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Regis University, Denver, Colorado (Psychology and Biolo)
University of Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut (Master's)
University of New Mexico (PhD)
My Ph.D. is in Psychology (Area of Specialization: Behavioral Neuroscience) from the University of New Mexico (UNM). I have Bachelors degrees in both psychology and biology, along with several graduate courses in biology. Currently, I am a retired Professor of Psychology from San Juan College (SJC) in Farmington, New Mexico and I was an Adjunct Faculty Member for New Mexico Highlands University in Farmington. I have taught a diverse population of students with regards to ethnicity, gender, learning disabilities, mental and physical challenges, as well as traditional and non-traditional students.
I have taught freshman to senior level college courses as well as graduate level courses. I have twenty years college teaching experience as well as, some private school teaching experience (La Mesa Christian School in Belen, grades 8th-12th grade science and boy’s P.E.), summer school teaching biology at Sandia High School and substitute teaching for the Menaul School and Albuquerque Public Schools and recently Albuquerque Institute for Mathematics and Science at UNM. I tutored my own students is my statistics course. My Ph.D. is in Psychology (Area of Specialization: Behavioral Neuroscience) from the University of New Mexico (UNM). I have Bachelors degrees in both psychology and biology, along with several graduate courses in biology.
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