Kenneth Smith

Bachelor of Science degree (Major: Biology, Minor: Chemistry) from Angelo State University, San Angelo, Texas. Two Master of Science degrees (Fish and Wildlife Management, Zoology (Major: Genetics, Minor: Biochemistry and with an on emphasis Human Anatomy)) from Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana. Cadaver education as a graduate student and graduate teaching assistant in the Medical School anatomy department. Taught for five years at Florida Community College before working in Computer Based Training for 10 years. Taught at CCD and ACC. Courses taught include: Human Anatomy & Physiology, Microbiology, Introduction to Biology, Oral Embryology & Histology and Dental Anatomy. Eleven years of experience in Computer Based Education/Training and Interactive Video instruction. Retired from nursing home administration after 10 years.

Academic Interests:
Effective use of Computer Based Education/Training and electronic technology to enhance the students learning experience.

Personal Interests:
Genealogy, archiving of family photographs and music. Seeing more of Colorado.
He is married to a Geriatric/Adult Nurse Practitioner