You’ll want to “zoom” in on this week’s Teacher Feature as we focus on Professor Tony Pinto of the Visual and Performing Arts Department. From Introductory to Photography to Digital Manipulation class, see how Professor Pinto captures art through photography.Continue reading “Teacher Feature: Tony Pinto”
This week’s teacher feature is professor and department chair, Tobi West (CISSp, GCFE, CCFE) of the Computer Information Systems (CIS) and Computer Services Technology (CST). From hosting camps and workshops for teen girls in cybersecurity and technology called CyberTech Girls to spearheading Coastline College apprenticeship program, watch Professor West share her expertise with ITProTV for a special interview (above).
As the chair and professor for the department, Professor West has spent a great deal innovating offerings to provide the best for students, which was featured in last week’s Teacher Feature: Innovative Instructors. With this approach, the department has been recognized as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE) by the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security.
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” It is just amazing to see all the other colleges and universities across the nation are now copying Coastline [Community] College, right? They are the leaders and the innovators in this space. And what you are doing now is absolutely incredible.”Laura Oatman, District Director, U.S Congressional Representative Harley Rouda (CA-48)
Branch out and learn about this week’s Teacher Feature: Barry Nerhus. He shares why science rules, but Biological Sciences can really grow on you.Continue reading “Blog: Teacher Feature, Barry Nerhus, Instructor, Biological Sciences and Allied Health Department”
Express yourself! Meet this week’s Teacher Feature: Natasha Shoro. She shares with Coastline the essence behind her teachings and dedication to her art.Continue reading “Blog: Teacher Feature: Natasha Shoro, Adjunct Professor, Visual and Performing Arts Department”
This week’s Teacher Feature, Laurie Runk, reminds us that nutrition starts in the kitchen and continues through their daily activities. Learn how she simultaneously exercises her passion for teaching and inspires Coastline students to achieve overall wellness.Continue reading “Blog: Teacher Feature: Laurie Runk, Professor & Department Chair, Health Sciences”
This week’s Teacher Feature, Katie Stubblefield, paints us a vivid picture on why her artwork has been all the buzz in the news lately. As a part-time professor and full-time artist, learn how her art impacts the lives of Coastline Special Programs and Services’ students and beyond.Continue reading “Blog: Teacher Feature, Katie Stubblefield, Professor, Special Programs and Services”
This week’s Teacher Feature goes above and beyond for Coastline students. From real-world hands-on experience to encouraging students in asking ‘why’, learn how Dr. Do’s teaching practices doesn’t go in vein in helping future healthcare professionals.Continue reading “Blog: Teacher Feature: Tu Do, Biological Sciences and Allied Health Professor”
This week is National Teacher’s Appreciation Week. Please join me in celebrating and appreciating our faculty colleagues today and for the rest of the week.Continue reading “Blog: Teacher Feature: Happy Teacher Appreciation Day!”
This week’s Teacher Feature highlights the remarkable Dr. Deborah C. Henry M.D., a Coastline College professor, Department Chair, and a board-certified neurological surgeon. Learn more about her teaching style, which has inspired students to go into various medical fields for over a decade.Continue reading “Blog: Teacher Feature, Deborah C. Henry, M.D., Professor and Chair, Biological Sciences and Allied Health Department”