Work Address: Del Mar College, 101 Baldwin Blvd, Corpus Christi, TX 78404
Office Telephone Number: 361-698-1570
College Email Address: email@example.com
Currently working on a doctorate in Education Leadership, Texas A&M University
Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas
M.S. Math Curriculum, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas, 2006 (4.0 GPA and Chancellor’s List)
B.A. Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, 1989
A.S. Trident Technical College, North Charleston, South Carolina, 1986 (made Dean’s list 7 times)
Military training includes: Naval Officer Training, Naval Supply Corp School, 105 mm Howitzers training, both Army and Navy Boot Camps, Morse Code training, repair and operation of the following submarine communication equipment: satellite communication equipment, various cryptographic equipment, numerous transmitters, receivers, antenna systems and teletype equipment 1977 - 1994
Courses tutored: Arithmetic and Geometry, Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus,
Differential Equations, Statistics, and Math Education courses.
Adjunct Instructor, 2000 – 2008, Del Mar College
Courses taught: Arithmetic and Geometry, Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, and College Algebra
Professional, Technical, and Work-related Experience and Skills
Retired Navy (enlisted submarine radioman and supply officer), 1977 – 1994
As an enlisted submarine radioman, I operated and repaired transmitters, receivers, antenna systems, cryptographic equipment and teletypes. I was very instrumental in our submarine being the top submarine in the Atlantic Fleet. At one point, I even single-handedly ran our Radio room during heavy seas for 91 hours (almost four days) straight while my Senior Chief was laid up in bed sea sick. I did all this while our Division was being evaluated by our Squadron. I was also able to intercept two important messages: one allowed our submarine to intercept an aircraft carrier to simulate torpedoing it and the other allowed our submarine to know in advance the time we were to launch a missile. In addition, I was instrumental in our Division receiving the Green “C” for being the number one Communication Division in our Squadron. As a result, my Commanding Officer asked me what I wanted as a reward. I requested and received the following three things: the duty station I wanted, a specific school I needed to complete an NEC which allowed me to receive a higher reenlistment bonus and a special program, the Enlisted Education Advancement Program which allowed me to go to school full time to obtain my Associated Degree.
As an officer in the United States Navy, I was the Supply Officer / Food Service Officer on the USS Pargo SSN650. I was also the Assistant Supply Officer, Food Service Officer and Disbursing Officer for Naval Construction Battalion Seventy Four (NMCB 74) also known as the Fighting Seabees.
2014 -2015 Teacher of the Year Award, Del Mar College
2014 – 2015 Excellence in Teaching Award from the National Society of Leadership and Success
NISOD Scholarship 2010
Chancellor’s List, 2006
Navy Achievement Medal, 1984
Sailor of the Patrol: USS Tecumseh SSBN 628 blue crew, 1984
Other Military Awards: Meritorious Unit Commendation, 4 Navy “E” Awards, 3 Good Conduct Awards, Sea Service Deployment Award, M16A1 Rifle and .45 Caliber Pistol Sharpshooter Ribbons, Letter of Commendation, and Numerous Letters of Appreciation