Articles tagged with "professor"
Government Professor Explores American Democracy in National Polling Project
College of the Mainland government professor, Shinya Wakao, recently participated in the thought-provoking America in One Room national polling project. The project, which garnered national coverage with The New York Times and CNN, comprised a random sampling of more than 500 Americans representing diverse age, racial and political backgrounds who were brought together to discuss a range of social and political issues confronting the country in the upcoming 2020 presidential campaign.
Showing students the world
Like any great storyteller, English professor Bernie Smiley sets the stage.
Power lifter and professor: Esther Odamah
Working on a doctorate, teaching and volunteering are just a few of the things COM psychology professor Esther Odamah stays busy with. This year she’s also training in competitive powerlifting and shot put.
Donors help fund students’ psychology lessons in Europe
As a college student on a study abroad trip, College of the Mainland professor Doug Alvarez touched the Eiffel Tower in Paris, explored the Coliseum’s ruins in Rome and ran with the bulls in Spain.
Professor by day, firefighter by night
When R.E. Davis dismisses his last class of the day, he isn’t off the clock. He is now on call for the San Leon Volunteer Fire Department.
COM professor publishes music book
Two College of the Mainland professors have published works in their fields this year.
In election year, COM professor researches voting trends
In Shinya Wakao’s office three official documents hang from his walls – one degree emblazoned with the University of Texas seal and two in Japanese script.