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John Carroll University (History)
John Carroll University (Master's)
Case Western Reserve University (Master's)
I have taught and tutored students both at Cuyahoga Community College and John Carroll University for more than 28 years. I have taught Western Civilization, World History, American History, American National Government, Humanities, and Liberal Arts Seminars. I have a Master's Degree in History, undergraduate majors in both History and Political Science, and an undergraduate minor in Philosophy. In addition I have a Master's degree in Library and Information Science. Have also completed nine credit hours of graduate work in English Literature.
As an adjunct professor of History of and Political Science at Cuyahoga Community College I have received positive reviews from my students. They regard me as concerned about them and passionate about the subject matte. I have also tutored many of my students outside of class.
I have a love and appreciation for literature. Also have long experience with english vocabulary and writing in my capacity as a college professor.
Great commitment and love of History, an understanding of both social History as well as political History. I understand the need to relate History to the current circumstances political and sociological circumstances of the modern world.
I am available both days and evenings, and can be reached by phone or email. I have taught and tutored students both at Cuyahoga Community College and John Carroll University for more than 28 years. I have taught Western Civilization, World History, American History, American National
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