We have a

Faculty

for reshaping futures.

 

Dr. Megan Grimsley
10+ years in kinesiology research/promotion.
Teaches kinesiology, health and nutrition.

Brian K. Sanders
Former corporate IT specialist, trainer.
Teaches computer science.

Anetia L. Ports
Specialist in English, rhetoric and composition.
Teaches English.

Dr. Dan Dimitriu
Former mechanical engineer and industrial executive.
Teaches engineering.

Rolando Sánchez
Former commodities broker.
Teaches economics.

Hal G. Buntley
Former Army medic/nursing instructor.
Teaches medical assisting.

Alexis Lowe
Mayor’s Fitness Council member.
Teaches kinesiology and health.

Veronica Rosas-Tatum
20 years as corporate legal, HR and leadership trainer.
Teaches business management.

Dr. Jo Dee Duncan
Former pharmaceutical researcher.
Teaches chemistry.

Carmen Reyes-Johnson
Historian and former publishing professional.
Teaches U.S. and Texas history.

Marshall B. Lloyd
Attorney and former police officer.
Teaches criminal justice courses.

Kirk Williams
Former agricultural product developer.
Teaches horticulture and agriculture.

Wanda-Lee Smith
University instructor, official elector (Electoral College).
Teaches government and political science.

Karl Frey
Professional illustrator/artist.
Teaches digital art, photography, art history.

Ann Bolton-Brownlee
Former researcher and editor.
Teaches English, research and style courses.

Patrick Lee
Mathematician, former Eagle Scout, tradesman.
Teaches mathematics.

Barbara Mayo
Former corporate communication consultant.
Teaches communications and speech classes.

Ben Moseley
Published historian, former academic advisor.
Teaches U.S. and Texas history.

Patsy Stelter
Former corporate marketing director.
Teaches Developmental English and composition.

Dr. Katharine (Katchie) Cartwright
Jazz musician and ethnomusicologist.
Teaches music, directs ensembles.

Edith Orozco
Former network administrator.
Teaches information technology.

Gary Fox
Former Fire Captain.
Teaches fire science.

Nathan Oelke
Former business owner, operations manager.
Teaches economics.

Dr. Dorothy Haecker
Civil rights activist, feminist, professor.
Teaches philosophy and world religions.

Dr. Rafael Castillo
Published author, former editor.
Teaches humanities and literature.

Zakia Ibaroudene
Math/physics/chemistry specialist.
Teaches mathematics.

Claudia Pilar
Professional nurse.
Teaches anatomy, pharmacology, nursing.

Jill Zimmerman
Professional librarian.
Teaches information literacy.

Efrain Guevara
Learning styles specialist.
Teaches developmental and college mathematics.

Viviane Marioneaux
15 years as graphic and interactive designer.
Teaches web design, digital media.

Jason Malcolm
Former business writer and poet.
Teaches composition and literature.

Haydar (Tom) Sahin
Former corporate network designer.
Teaches IT specialty curricula.

Dr. Fonzie Quance-Fitch
Veterinarian (Army and private practice).
Teaches veterinary technology.

Vincent Hardy
Former actor (NYC/national touring).
Teaches theatre.

Suzi Bravo
Former translator and tutor.
Teaches English.

Peter Myers
Teacher/former Peace Corps worker.
Teaches world civilization and U.S. history.

Dr. Linda Cuéllar
Former documentary producer and broadcast journalist.
Teaches mass communication.

Cheyenne Adams
Former Peace Corps language specialist.
Teaches English.

Paula Rodriguez
Actor/director.
Teaches acting, theatre, stage makeup.

Mark Hogensen
Artist, gallery owner.
Teaches painting, drawing, art appreciation.

Gerald Busald
30+ years developing statistical studies.
Teaches statistics, college algebra, pre-calculus.

Dr. Brian Stout
Neuropharmacologist and published researcher.
Teaches biology.

Diane C. Hester
Former student and grant program director.
Teaches Student Development.

Jill DeHoog
RN/Nurse specialist.
Teaches vocational nursing.

Dr. Clint Dunagan
Former preacher/counselor.
Teaches ethics, philosophy, world religions.

Robert A. Fransman
Computer specialist.
Teaches Linux and IT.

Dr. Yolanda Reyna
Psychologist (agencies and private practice).
Teaches college learning and success strategies.

Kimbel May
Professional librarian.
Teaches information literacy and research skills.

Reuben Kaller
Professional library researcher.
Teaches information literacy and research.

Solomon K. Nfor
Longtime biology professor.
Teaches anatomy & physiology and nutrition.

Ron Wojnar
20+ years video editor and producer.
Teaches digital, film & video editing.

Marianne Odom
Former journalist.
Teaches and Chairs Media Communications Dept.

Dr. Fernando Martinez
Former healthcare administrator.
Teaches community health topics.

Javier R. Aguirre
Historian, former Marine and firefighter.
Teaches history and humanities.

Vinnie Bradford
Former fencer (1984 Olympics) and coach.
Teaches kinesiology.

John Haral
Certified FAA technician.
Teaches aircraft maintenance technology.

Laura Houston
Former molecular biology researcher.
Teaches biology and genetics.

Ruth Ann Gambino
Former PR writer, ESL teacher.
Teaches English.

Sally First
12+ years as CPA.
Teaches accounting.

Lauri Metcalf
Certified Interpreter (Master Level).
Teaches American Sign Language & Interpreting.

Dr. Don Lucas
Published author, former researcher.
Teaches psychology.

Vincent Lockhart
Former coach and PE teacher.
Teaches kinesiology.

Dr. Denise Menchaca
Professional speaker and storyteller.
Teaches speech communication.

Troy Touchette
Former network administrator/programmer.
Teaches computer information systems.

Dr. Stella Lovato
10+ years in dental assistance field.
Teaches dental assisting.

Tori Beckman-Wilson
Historian and former journalist.
Teaches U.S. and Texas history.

Sabrina Hammel
Former corporate director, special needs rights advocate.
Teaches political science.

Will Thornton
Professional chef.
Teaches culinary arts.

Dr. Paul Wilson
A former city mayor.
Teaches U.S. and Texas government.

Dr. Melody Crenshaw
Geography specialist and former travel agent.
Teaches geography.

Markene Bennett
Former radio account executive.
Teaches Radio-Television-Broadcasting.

Dr. Ellen Marshall
Special education developer.
Teaches early childhood studies.

Dr. Jeanette Passty
Longtime university professor.
Teaches English and literature.

Larry Garcia
Experienced counselor.
Teaches Student Development and psychology.

Cynthia Cortez
Former arts administrator.
Teaches history and humanities.

Diane N. Lerma
Former college transfer coordinator.
Teaches developmental reading and writing.

Rosemary Lanza
Former occupational therapy clinician.
Teaches occupational therapy.

Dr. Prakash Nair
Toxicologist and medical researcher.
Teaches chemistry.

Anthony M. Coppin
Former professional surveyor.
Teaches mathematics.

Laura Miele
Former military and civilian PT assistant.
Teaches Physical Therapy Assistant curriculum.

Richard Farias
Former marketing and technical writer.
Teaches English.

Dr. Wesley Adams
Former constable, kinesiology specialist.
Teaches kinesiology.

Dr. Chris Magee
Professional musician.
Teaches music, directs jazz band.

Ronnie Brannon
30 years as logistician (Army and civilian).
Teaches logistics.

Dr. Stamatis W. Muratidis
Former Regulatory Affairs and FDA compliance specialist.
Teaches chemistry.

Dr. Carmen Nava-Fischer
Oceanographer and astro-biologist.
Teaches chemistry and earth sciences.

Susan Budge
Internationally-known artist.
Teaches ceramics.

Tiffany Cox
Former deputy county prosecutor.
Teaches criminal justice.

Cluster Byars
Speaker, teacher and published poet.
Teaches English.

Mellissa Marlowe
Actor, director.
Teaches drama.

Suzanne E. Stewart
Former world traveler and field researcher.
Teaches geography.

Rhonda Webb
Former nurse manager.
Teaches vocational nursing.

Dr. Denise Barkis Richter
Former media specialist.
Teaches communications.

Dr. Val Calvert
30+ years as corporate/marketing executive.
Teaches management.

Valerie Viera
Former clinical therapist.
Teaches psychology.

Mary Mena
Funeral director/embalmer.
Teaches mortuary science.

 
 
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What makes our faculty so special? Real knowledge, real world experience, and a real desire to share both. For intellectual understanding and the skills you need to pursue your own career, make their experience yours.

ALAMO COLLEGES: THE LARGEST INSTITUTION
OF HIGHER LEARNING IN SOUTH TEXAS.

 
62,377 Students enrolled in the fall 2011 semester.
8,980 Students in dual credit enrollment.
13,668 continuing education students enrolled.

WE LOOK LIKE BEXAR COUNTY.

Hispanic 55.4%, Anglo 32.2%, African American 6.6%, Asian 2.5%, Other 5.3%
43.7% Male, 56.3% Female
55% in Bexar County

55% of all higher education students in bexar county in 2011 were enrolled in alamo colleges institutions.

 
 
$165 Million in financial aid
63% Receive financial aid

Alamo Colleges provide more financial aid than any other community college in the state—
$165 million annually with 63% of our students receiving financial aid.

12 semester hours
$843

12 Semester hours cost
Including fees.

 

STUDENTS FLOURISH AT THE ALAMO COLLEGES.

 
Graduation Cap

3,998

Associate Degree
graduates in FY 2011

Certificate

1,511

Certificates
awarded in FY 2011

 
Nurse Cross

847

Nursing graduates
in FY 2011

Transfer rate chart

19.5%

Transfer rate in FY 2011

 
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WE ARE AN AWARD-WINNING INSTITUTION.

Designated as a 2010 Leader College by Achieving the Dream: Community Colleges Count.

Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association—
3 years in a row.

Received the prestigious 2012 Bellwether Award, recognizing outstanding and innovative programs in community college education, from the Community Colleges Futures Assembly.

 
 

AA+

WE HAVE GOOD CREDIT, TOO.

GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND RATINGS ARE: MOODY'S - Aaa, S&P - AA+.

 

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