Welcome to TJC’s Faculty Focus, where we celebrate academic integrity, scholarship, and teaching excellence!
I am honored to work with great leaders who believe in empowering others to success, through their ability to teach. I trust that as you read the narratives on the selected faculty, you will be inspired, motivated, and touched by their commitment of service to others. Here is to the continuation of the TJC Legacy…
Juan E. Mejia
Monthly Faculty Focus Articles
Before Frank Kimlicko was a teacher, he was a professional musician. Before he was a professional musician, he was a budding guitarist taught by influential educators who helped him reach hi…
Surgical techs perform critical roles in the operating room, with responsibilities ranging from sterilizing surgical instruments to assisting with procedures and keeping supplies properly eq…
Music Department Chair Jeanie Oxler is in her 19th year at TJC, and enjoys every minute of teaching, whether inside or outside the classroom.
Ashleigh Lewis, TJC Learning Framework professor, is helping students open their eyes to new opportunities as they make the transition from high school to college.
Loretta Swan, TJC’s department chair for health administrative services, is a 20-year veteran of the health care industry, spending 16 of those years at Trinity Mother Frances Hospital…
After winning Professor of the Year – chosen by students – and TJC Endowed Chair for 2017 – chosen by his peers – speech professor Al Ippolito isn’t resting on…
This month we’re featuring TJC speech and debate professor M’Liss Hindman, a 41-year veteran of teaching.
She’s a Navy veteran, a mother, a foster parent, a ballet dancer, a former nurse at East Texas Medical Center, and a professor at TJC for the past 13 years.
Boucher, who now serves as Department Chair for Life Sciences and Veterinary Technology, recently added Dean to his title. He’ll be taking the helm for TJC North, the new name for TJC&…