Meet our Faculty
At UC Clermont, we pride ourselves in having dedicated, quality faculty who really care about our students. Many of our faculty have advanced degrees and real-world experience which translates into a group of people who are experienced in their respective fields, capable of sharing the informaiton they have attained throughout their education and careers, and interested in student success.
Professor , Clermont English
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Professor , Clermont Computer Programs
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My interests are in exploring the use of open source software in the academic environment, online teaching and learning, student learning and rentention in introductory computer programming courses. I teach a range of courses in programming, web development and databases. I am the coordinator of the CIS program at UC Clermont. I am also the faculty advisor for the student organization "IT Pros", on campus. I can be reached at email@example.com.
Library Director, Associate Librarian , UCL CECH Library
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In short, I’m a library leader with an interest in teaching and student-centered spaces. During my tenure as Library Director, I’ve worked on re-conceptualizing our library space and involving students and college stakeholders in the process. As a Reference and Instruction Librarian I’ve taught information literacy skills, specializing in online and hybrid learning environments. My publications and presentations are mainly centered around faculty collaboration and supporting e-learning.
Assoc Professor , Clermont Human/Social Svcs
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Professor , Clermont HIST/PS/PHIL
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Professor , Clermont Chemistry
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Asst Professor , Clermont Foreign Language
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David Gomez-Cambronero is a doctoral Graduate Student at the University of Cincinnati's Department of Romance Langauges and Literatures. His primary research fields include 19th, 20th and 21st century Spanish poetry and he is currently working on his doctoral thesis entitled In Search of Elysium: Spanish Poetry of Diferencia at the Dawn of the 20th century. His ancillary interests include Spanish Golden Age and 20th century Avant-Garde theatre as well as theories on social systems. He has taught all levels of basic Spanish, is currently teaching an Online Spanish section, and will be an assistant teacher for a 19th and 20th century Spanish Novel course. Additionaly, he has chaired the 2013 Romance Lanuage Conference and is currently the Editorial Assistant of the Cincinnati Romance Review journal (cromrev.com). He has a journal article under revision and is completing a personal book of poetry.
Asst Librarian , Clermont Library
Professor , Clermont Psychology
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