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University of California, Santa Barbara (Communications Studi)
University of California, Riverside (PhD)
I am a dedicated professional with nearly thirty years of experience teaching English composition, literature, theater, and film. I have taught in large urban universities, community colleges, liberal arts colleges, and religious institutions, and have amassed a large number of scholarly publications and conference presentations.
Throughout my years of teaching, I have consistently maintained that the learning experience must be based on the fundamental intellectual honesty of specific support and precision of language to encourage the essential curiosity and pursuit of informed assessment that can lead students, in time-honored fashion, “from wonder to wisdom.”
In my many years of teaching English, I have witnessed many changes in student needs with regard to both composition and the fundamental issues of mechanics, grammar and syntax, and am eager to prepare today's students for the demands of an increasingly challenging professional world .
I am available at all times to engage with students, whether for brief consultation or fully-scheduled sessions, and I encourage them to stay in frequent contact throughout our working relationship. I am a dedicated professional with nearly thirty years of experience teaching English composition, literature, theater, and film. I have taught in large urban universities,
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