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Agriculture
Dr. Byron Housewright
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: bhousewright@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X784
Student Evaluations
Department: Agriculture & Administration
Office: AGS 08
Office Hours:
M: 1-4PM
T&TH: 9-11AM & 1-4PM
COURSE SCHEDULE:
M/W AGRI 1419: 9:55-11:20AM; W AGRI 1419 Lab: 12:45-2:40PM
T/TH AGRI 2321: 11:20AM - 12:35PM
"Welcome to the Department of Agricultural Sciences at FPC.  We strive to offer our students unique hands-on learning experiences with an emphasis in the newest technology.  We are committed to our students and their learning and have developed programs to ready our students for their future.  Not only can you obtain an AS in agriculture but also we developed a Professional Swine Manager certification with the National Pork Board so students can get into the work force quickly. Embryo transfer, In-vitro Fertilization and Artificial Insemination are the latest areas of concentration and teaching in the department.  We offer AI certifications with GENEX in conjunction with a college course and also classes open to the public.  The starting of “Plainsmen Cattle Service” marks a huge leap forward in training our students.    The newest facility, the Livestock Genetics Center, is the home of Plainsmen Cattle Service where we will be teaching all of these management tools and allowing public producers to bring cattle for AI and embryo services."
Lane Hale
Instructor of Agricultural Sciences, Livestock Judging Coach
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume 
Email: lhale@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X 758
Student Evaluations
Department: Agriculture
Office: Ag Department
Office Hours:
M/W 10 - 11:20AM

Course(s):
AGAH 1341 - Sheep and Goat Production

"I'm excited about the possibility of you becoming part of the FPC Agriculture Department!  We are proud to call ourselves an amazing small community of people dedicated to your success, education, and each other. As the Livestock Judging Coach and Ag Instructor, it is my responsibility to provide you with a top-notch education and hands on experience you won’t find anywhere else! I will also do my very best to provide students with the most “real world” curriculum as possible as well as provide academic support for all students enrolled."
Rebecca Noggler
Adjunct Faculty
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume 
Email:
Phone:
Student Evaluations
Department: Agriculture
Office:
Office Hours:

Course(s):

 
Alan Parker
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume 
Email: aparker@fpctx.edu
Phone: (806) 457-4200 X 169
Student Evaluations
Department: Agriculture
Office: 
Office Hours:

Course(s):

 
Cosmetology
Jodie Gandy
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: jgandy@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X 755
Student Evaluations
Department: Cosmetology
Office: A&I Building
Office Hours:
M-F 8AM - 5PM

Course(s):
"I welcome you to come and enjoy the fun exciting career of cosmetology. I enjoy teaching in an atmosphere that is fun and enjoyable. I get to teach about hair, nails, and skin. I love working hands-on with students and reinforce it with the theory behind what we do. If you love the beauty industry, come take a look and see what we are all about."
Misty Light
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: mlight@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 934-9494
Student Evaluations
Department: Cosmetology
Office: Dumas Cosmetology Campus
Office Hours:
M-F 8:30AM - 5PM

Course(s):
"I believe that, in order to be successful in business there needs to be an unshakeable foundation on which to grow. Here at Frank Phillips College, this is the experience that we strive to instill in our students."
Mayela Martinez
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: mpmartinez@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 360-3688
Student Evaluations
Department: Cosmetology
Office: Hereford Cosmetology Campus
Office Hours:
M-F 8:00AM - 5PM

Course(s):
"The educational philosophy and purpose of Frank Phillips College is to offer training and education to students in a manner that will enable them to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to be qualified beauty or spa professionals.  We will assist the students to develop their creativity and by example, encourage them to strive for excellence.  We believe that any person wiling to apply him or herself to the study of Cosmetology or Nail specialty can benefit from the training offered.  The objective is to prepare the students to the qualified to enter into any professional established and work.  The School Administration and faculty will meet regularly for periodic reviews of the educational philosophy, purpose and objectives of the school."
Humanities
Jamie Campbell
Assistant Professor of English
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: jcampbell@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X251
Student Evaluations
Department: English
Office: CLC 12A
Office Hours: M/W 11:30AM - 1PM
COURSE SCHEDULE:
M/W
ENGL 1301 - Composition I
ENGL 1301 - Composition II
I support teaching independent, self-creative, and self-expressive writing.  Because composition is a purposeful expression with carefully chosen words, clauses, and punctuations, it can be an overwhelming task initially.   While students may struggle with making and developing a statement, what our students have to say is an important reflection of who they are.  My students are encouraged to access their inner thoughts and feelings, take ownership of their point of view, and pay attention to their own guiding ideas.  Within the classroom, genuine discussions and interaction are encouraged, giving students the opportunity to be recognized and appreciated.  When students are fully engaged in the classroom, greater learner buy-in, morale, comprehension, and retention occurs.  I also believe ongoing instructor feedback, personalized for each student, is of primary importance.  My job is to build relationships, to facilitate a solid understanding of writing and proper usage of the English language, and to ensure successful application of the concepts of writing and composition.  Anatole France said, “Nine-tenths of education is encouragement,” and I could not agree more.
Dr. Shannon Carroll
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: scarroll@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X732
Student Evaluations
Department: English
Office: Office of Educational Service, Classroom Learning Center
Office Hours: M-F By Appointment
COURSES:
ENGL 1301 - Composition I
ENGL 2342 - Forms of Literature I

Icarus is a boy in mythology who decided that, in order to escape an island, he would build himself a pair of wings and fly away. He built those wings out of wax, and sadly, he flew a little too close to the sun, and the wings melted. Most people think he is a silly, even stupid, young boy, but I don’t. I’m enchanted with the world he saw below. Imagine letting go of everything, soaring to the sky, and looking down with a new perspective. That is literature.

Nabokov says, “Literature was born not the day when a boy crying wolf, wolf came running out of the Neanderthal valley with a big gray wolf at his heels: literature was born on the day when a boy came crying wolf, wolf and there was no wolf. . . . Between the wolf in the tall grass and the wolf in the tall story, there is a shimmering go-between. That go-between, that prism, is the art of literature.”

Pearl Jam has a song lyric about a man who “was okay with wondering about wandering,” and Tolkien says that “not all who wander are lost.” Eddie Vedder also says, “If I knew where it was, I would take you there; there’s much more than this. Oh, see the world.”

Take my hand, and let’s fly high, wandering through the shimmering go-between and discovering most of all, who we are. I promise, I will not let you fall.

Derrick Cummings
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: dcummings@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X632
Student Evaluations
Department: English, ARC
Office: ARC 04
Office Hours: 
M-TH 8AM - 5PM
F 8AM - 4PM
Course Schedule:
Co-Requisite Reading/Writing
ENGL1301 - Introduction to the Teaching Profession
"Through teaching Composition and Literature, I hope my students will develop essential reading and writing skills that will serve them well in their future endeavors.  Through that learning process, I also hope to show them the intangible value that comes with the serious study of Literature and the Arts, namely how the stories we tell one another can transform who we are and, by doing so, transform our world."
Rocky Ford
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: rford@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X
Student Evaluations
Department: English
Office:
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Course Schedule:
 
Dawn George
Associate Professor of English
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: dgeorge@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X 726
Student Evaluations

Department: English
Office: CLC 13C
Office Hours:
M/W 8:30 - 9:45AM, 2:30 - 4:40PM

Course(s):
ENGL 1301 Comp I
ENGL 1302 Comp II
ENGL 2311 Tech Writing
ENGL 2333 World Lit II

"My philosophy is simply stated in the acronym HOW: Honesty, Openness, and Willingness. I promise to bring these qualities to my classroom and my students and hope my students will offer them back to me. I also promise to approach each of my students as the unique individuals that they are and to take those characteristics to heart when I interact with the students. I want each of my students to excel at the craft of writing and will provide honest feedback, an openness to their strengths and weaknesses, and a willingness to meet the students where they are."
Catherine Hodges
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: chodges@fpctx.edu
Phone:
Student Evaluations

Department: English
Office:
Office Hours:

Course Schedule:

 
Dr. Nelda L. Isaacs
Adjunct Instructor
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: nisaacs@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 244-7669
Student Evaluations

Department: English
Office: 1055
Office Hours:
T/TH 2:30-5:00PM

Course(s):
ENGL 1301 - Composition I

"This course is designed to teach the different methods of writing that you will most likely encounter in your college career. The course will emphasize basic grammar usage and the structure and formatting of formal college papers. The course will also focus on developing critical thinking skills in both the required reading materials and the writing assignments. The instructor will use the English department’s assigned textbook(s) as well as current topics and essays to enhance the writing process."
Dr. Renee Laney
Professor of Speech Communication, Chair of the Humanities Division
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: rlaney@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X754
Student Evaluations

Department: Speech Communication
Office: CLC 13A
Office Hours:
M/W:10-11am;1:30-3:30pm
T/Th: 2:30-4:30pm
F: By appointment

Course(s):
SPCH 1311
SPCH 1318

"My teaching philosophy revolves around helping students build communication and academic competence, and therefore pushing them to transcend themselves.  I strive to facilitate students’ learning by providing them with the tools they need for success both in their personal lives and in the workplace.  In addition, by using real world examples student gain the opportunity to apply communication content into their everyday lives.  Through self-reflection students can discover who they are and who they have the potential to become.  Many classroom activities are necessary so that students can practice their communication skills, overcome anxieties and doubts and therefore gain a clear view of who they want to become.  It is my philosophy to help the students prepare and begin or continue on a path of personal growth, personal success, and life-long learning."
Robyn Line
Assistant Professor of English
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: rline@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X729
Student Evaluations

Department: English
Office: CLC 27A
Office Hours:
T/Th: 1:00 - 2:30pm

Course(s):
ENGL 2311 - Technical & Business Writing

"Saying I teach English is an over-simplified answer to the question of “what do you do”. I teach English, but that means that I teach students responsibility by enforcing due dates and requiring them to explain their work. I teach them rhetoric and how what a speaker says is sometimes not as important as how it is said and what conveys their underlying meaning. I teach literature so students can experience the world through another point of view. I teach grammar and punctuation so my students can effectively communicate and find their voice. I hope most of all I teach students to believe in themselves as much as I believe in them. Most students are capable of learning, we just have to figure out the right way to teach them.  Gone are the days of pure lecture, we have to meet students where they are and help them along their learning journey. It is my pleasure to accompany students on their quest for knowledge."
Rachel Martin
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: rline@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X729
Student Evaluations

Department: English
Office: CLC 27A
Office Hours:
T/Th: 1:00 - 2:30pm

Course(s):
ENGL 2311 - Technical & Business Writing

"Saying I teach English is an over-simplified answer to the question of “what do you do”. I teach English, but that means that I teach students responsibility by enforcing due dates and requiring them to explain their work. I teach them rhetoric and how what a speaker says is sometimes not as important as how it is said and what conveys their underlying meaning. I teach literature so students can experience the world through another point of view. I teach grammar and punctuation so my students can effectively communicate and find their voice. I hope most of all I teach students to believe in themselves as much as I believe in them. Most students are capable of learning, we just have to figure out the right way to teach them.  Gone are the days of pure lecture, we have to meet students where they are and help them along their learning journey. It is my pleasure to accompany students on their quest for knowledge."
Melissa Miers
Adjunct Professor

CV/Resume
Email: mdmiers@fpctx.edu
Phone:
Student Evaluations

Department: English
Office:
Office Hours:
Course(s):

"Welcome to Fine Arts Appreciation! In this class, you will learn about more than just art—you will learn about music, dance, theater, and visual art. You will listen to music, watch dance and theater performances, read scenes from plays, and make artwork. Assignments will include journal writing, essays, quizzes, group projects, and in-class art making. You will learn about the lives of artists, composers, playwrights, and dancers as well as their works. Studying the Fine Arts is helpful because it enriches our lives, teaches us about our cultures and other cultures, and helps us to get in touch with our innermost emotions. Without Fine Arts, the world would be a bland place where people might not understand themselves or others. My goal is to encourage students to become aware of and learn to appreciate the Fine Arts not just in this class but in their daily lives as well."
CTE
Allen Jobe
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: ajobe@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X
Student Evaluations
Department: Instrumentation & Electrical
Office:
Office Hours:
Course Schedule:
 
Jason Emory
Director of Industrial Education
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: jemory@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X 776
Student Evaluations
Department: CTE
Office: CA&I 111A
Office Hours: By Appointment
Course(s):
Dual Credit I&E
CETT 1325 - Digital Fundamentals
 
Tim Fangman
Assistant Professor of I&E
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: tfangman@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X 817
Student Evaluations
Department: CTE
Office: CA&I 111B
Office Hours:
M 1 - 5PM
T-TH 11AM - 1PM
F 1 - 3PM (By appointment only)
Course(s):
INTC 1356 - Instrumentation Calibration
INTC 2336 - Distributed Control and Programmable Logic
INTC1391 - Special Topics in Instrumentation Technology
Welcome to your future!
Bobby Forrest
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email:
Phone:
Student Evaluations
Department: CTE
Office:
Office Hours:
Course Schedule:
 
Lann Harlan
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: lharlan@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X 801
Student Evaluations
Department: CTE
Office:
Office Hours:
Course Schedule:
 
John LaCour
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: jlacour@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X 721
Student Evaluations
Department: Instrumentation & Electrical
Office:
Office Hours:
Course Schedule:
 
Gregg Long
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email:
Phone:
Student Evaluations
Department: Instrumentation & Electrical
Office:
Office Hours:
Course Schedule:
 
Richard Maxwell
Adjunct Faculty
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: rmaxwell@fpctx.edu
Phone:
Student Evaluations
Department: CTE
Office: CA&I 111D
Office Hours: By Appointment
Course(s):
INTC 1305 - Intro to Electronic Instrumentation
 
Brendan McKinnis
Adjunct Faculty
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: bmckinnis@fpctx.edu
Phone: (806) 457-4200 X 871
Student Evaluations
Department: CTE
Office: CA&I 111D
Office Hours:
Course(s):

 
Licensed Vocational Nursing
Bethany Callaway MSN, RN
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: bcallaway@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X745
Student Evaluations
Department: Nursing
Office: Borger Nursing Department
Office Hours:
M-TH 8AM - 5PM
F 8AM - 4PM

COURSES:
PMTH0303 - Pre-Nursing Math
VNSG 1332 - Medical/Surgical Nursing II
"It has been said that nursing is both an art and a science. As a nurse educator I believe that it is my responsibility to help my students understand both aspects of the nursing profession. Through the use of multiple learning strategies I will help each student develop a solid foundation in the scientific theories that guide the nursing profession and help us to continue to improve patient care. The art of nursing is developed in each student as I guide them through effective communication techniques and help them to care for their patients in a way that is both compassionate and professional."
Kasi Hill RN
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: khill@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X195
Student Evaluations
Department: Nursing
Office: Allen Campus, Perryton TX
Office Hours:
M-TH 8AM - 5PM
F 8AM - 4PM

COURSE SCHEDULE:
Clinical Hours: Wednesday & Thursday 6:15am to 4:45pm
"I want to welcome you to Frank Phillips Nursing at Allen Campus in Perryton.  We strive to provide the skills and confidence to work independently within any nursing specialty you choose.  "
Peggy A. Quinn, RN
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: pquinn@fpctx.edu
Phone:
Student Evaluations
Department: Nursing
Office: 
Office Hours:

COURSE SCHEDULE:
"I want to welcome you to Frank Phillips Nursing at Allen Campus in Perryton.  We strive to provide the skills and confidence to work independently within any nursing specialty you choose.  "
Math & Science
Professor David Brink
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: dbrink@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X
Student Evaluations
Department: Math & Science
Office: CLC 7
Office Hours: 
M-TH 4-5:30PM
*Other times by appointment*
COURSE SCHEDULE:
PHYS1401 - College Physics I
PHYS1402 - College Physics II
PHYS1403 - Stars & Galaxies
PHYS1404 - Solar System
PHYS1415 - Physical Science I
PHYS1417 - Physical Science II
PHYS2425 - University Physics I
PHYS2426 - University Physics II
It is my responsibility to help each student to recognize his or her own potential and then develop it. I want my students to work hard, but also have fun. When students recognize the power they have in using their minds, and use that power to communicate and to grow, then I have done my job. I have learned that a good teacher must know his stuff, exhibit a passion for his field and be prepared every day. A good teacher recognizes each student as an individual and creates a positive environment for learning, for asking questions and for growing and changing. Finally, a good teacher must be an interesting person who has fun. We must take our work seriously, but not ourselves.
Matthew D. Broxson
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: mbroxson@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X
Student Evaluations
Department: Biology
Office: CLC 2
Office Hours: 
M 1-5PM
T 3-5PM
W 1-5PM
COURSE SCHEDULE:
M/W PHYS 2425, PHYS 1401, PHYS 1415, PHYS 1404
T/TH PHYS 2425 Lab, PHYS 1401 Lab, PHYS 1415 Lab, PHYS 1404
It is my responsibility to help each student to recognize his or her own potential and then develop it. I want my students to work hard, but also have fun. When students recognize the power they have in using their minds, and use that power to communicate and to grow, then I have done my job. I have learned that a good teacher must know his stuff, exhibit a passion for his field and be prepared every day. A good teacher recognizes each student as an individual and creates a positive environment for learning, for asking questions and for growing and changing. Finally, a good teacher must be an interesting person who has fun. We must take our work seriously, but not ourselves.
Julee Cunningham
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: jcunningham@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X
Student Evaluations
Department: Math
Office:
Office Hours: 
COURSE SCHEDULE:
 
 Jaci Davis
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: jdavis@fpctx.edu
Phone:
Student Evaluations
Department: Math & Science
Office:
Office Hours: COURSE SCHEDULE:
 
Lisa R. Duncan
Assistant Professor of Biology
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: lduncan@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X246
Student Evaluations
Department: Biology
Office: CLC 5
Office Hours: 
M-T 2:30-6PM
W-TH 2:30-5PM
F by appointmentCOURSE(S):
BIOL 2401 - Anatomy & Physiology 1
BIOL 2401 - Anatomy & Physiology 1 (Dual-Credit)
BIOL 2402 - Anatomy & Physiology 2
BIOL 1322 - Nutrition and Diet Therapy
BIOL 1406 - General Biology for Science Majors (Dual Credit)
"As the instructor of several prerequisite courses for students who are seeking jobs in nursing and other allied health fields, I have the opportunity to help students conquer classes that are quite difficult. It is a challenge I happily embrace. Through a variety of activities, including collaborative, peer-to-peer teaching in the laboratory, students in my classes become active participants in their own learning. Discussions in my classes can become quite spirited, which is my favorite part of teaching, for not only do I get to pass along knowledge to my students, I also get to spark their wonder and curiosity about the human body."
Sandra Freriks
Adjunct Faculty Member
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: sandy.freriks@region16.net
Phone:(806) 878-2456
Student Evaluations
Department: Mathematics
Office: West Texas High School, Stinnett, TX
Office Hours: By Appointment
Course(s):
MATH 1314 College Algebra
MATH 1316 Trigonometry 
"I feel learning can best take place in a classroom that is interactive.  Sometimes the interaction is between me and the students and at other times between the students themselves.  Much of the mathematical material that I present in my class room is in a lecture format; however, I don’t feel that lecturing should be a one-way communication system, but rather a dialogue between instructor and student. Students must take part in the process of their own learning; they need to be thinking and talking about what they are thinking.  As I lecture I am constantly asking the students questions and tailoring my teaching to the needs of each class.  I do my best to foster an environment in my classroom where everyone feels comfortable to ask questions and venture a response to my questions. By showing my enthusiasm for the material, I hope my students will come to enjoy mathematics."
Glen Green
Adjunct Faculty Member
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: ggreen@region16.net
Phone:
Student Evaluations
Department: Math, Science, Agriculture, Business
Office: N/A
Office Hours: N/A
COURSE(S):
AGRI 2317
BUSI 1301
CHEM 1405
CHEM 1412
ECON 2301

"Teaching is an honor and a privilege.  We have the opportunity to introduce students to topics and concepts that may be new to them or to expand upon topics they are familiar with.  Taking those topics from classroom into the students’ real world is a fascinating and wonderful journey.

I enjoy taking challenging concepts, breaking them down and then explaining them to students in terms with which they are familiar."

Dr. Brent Harper
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: bharper@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 434-0050
Student Evaluations
Department: Biology
Office:
Office Hours:
COURSE(S):
BIOL 2401 - Anatomy & Physiology I
"Welcome to my little corner of the web. I am a practicing chiropractor and teach Anatomy and Physiology courses here. I have been a chiropractor since 2007 and began teaching in 2008 in a medical assisting program in North Richland Hills, TX. I started here at FPC in the Fall of 2016. I enjoy teaching because it gives me the chance to expand my future impact on generations of healthcare workers and patients. I always want my students to enjoy the experience as much as I do, so I never discourage students from asking questions during the lecture."
Allan Herbert
Adjunct Faculty
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: aherbert@perrytonisd.com
Phone:(806) 435-3633
Student Evaluations

Department: Mathematics
Office: Perryton High School
Office Hours: M-F 7:15 - 7:55AM

Course(s):

"My philosophy on teaching math is that it doesn't have to be a mystery.  I try to teach math in a way that is understandable and easy to remember.  With an open mind and a willingness to work, I feel that anyone can be successful in math."
Deborah Herbert
Adjunct Faculty
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email:
Phone:
Student Evaluations

Department: Mathematics
Office:
Office Hours:

Course(s):

 
Thomas Hodge
Adjunct Faculty
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: thomas.hodge@borgerisd.net
Phone: N/A
Student Evaluations
Department: Mathematics
Office: CLC 21
Office Hours: M-F 11:02 - 11:38AM & 3:08 - 5:00PM
COURSE(S):
"My goal as a teacher is to prepare all students for the next level whether it is a four year university or the workforce."
Myung Sook Kim
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: mskim@fpctx.edu
Phone:
Student Evaluations

Department: Preparatory Mathematics
Office:
Office Hours:

Course(s):
MATH 0302 - Elementary Algebra & Geometry

"As a developmental math instructor, I will help my students to build math knowledge and skills needed to successfully achieve their academic and career goals. I care genuinely about each and every student, and I strive to help each student to be prepared to succeed in their college –level math classes.

I will guide and encourage students to be engaged in learning and gain confidence in their math skills.  I will establish trusting relationships with the students and respect each of them along with their individual backgrounds. I will provide a positive classroom environment in which students feel comfortable being in class.     

I try to understand the challenges, fears, and frustrations of my student, whether or not they come from a different country, culture or family structure.  I can identify with what it feels like to be different.  I know what it takes to overcome obstacles and succeed.  In addition, I can be an example to help them believe that they too can succeed in reaching their goals."

Phyllis McDaniel

CV/Resume
Email: pmcdaniel@fpctx.edu
Phone:
Student Evaluations

Department: Mathematics
Office:
Office Hours:

Course(s):

 
Social Science
Selden Hale
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email:
Phone:(806) 397-0159
Student Evaluations
Department: History
Office: Sanford Fritch High School
Office Hours: M - F 1:08pm - 1:56pm

Course(s):

History has many lessons for us, not only in the context of the greater world, but in the context of our own stories. We can look to the past, and see the some of the amazing stories that inspire us, motivate us, and drive us to learn and improve ourselves.

Learning, striving and exploring is critical for our education, our growth and our improvement as people. History allows us to take advice from wise people, to see their struggles and their triumphs, and to explore the past of those who have not seen the light just yet.

Everyone in the historical world is a potential treasure waiting to be found, a puzzle waiting to be understood. Who better to learn courage from then Amelia Earhart ? Who better to get leadership lessons from then President John F. Kennedy ? Everyone has an amazing history, waiting to be unlocked.

Reading, writing, analyzing and critical thinking strengthen our skills and abilities to learn, and more importantly they make us more capable and more adaptable. I challenge my students to learn and explore, because history has so many great lessons to be found!

Professor Lance Breshears
Italian Trulli
CV/Resume
Email: lbreshears@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X 771
Student Evaluations
Department: American History/Federal & Texas Goverment
Office: LIB #10
Office Hours: F: 8Am -12PM

Course(s):
GOVT 2306
HIST 1302
GOVT 2305

Hello! My name is Professor Lance Breshears. I am one of the full-time dual credit traveling professors. I travel across the beautiful Texas Panhandle every Monday through Thursday where I teach for dual credit the first and second half of American History (HIST. 1301/HIST. 1302) at four different high schools. I also teach dual credit Federal Government 2305 for 16 different high schools both during the fall and spring semesters, which includes a zero hour Federal Government class on the Borger Campus. I also teach a zero hour Texas Government 2306 class for three different high schools as well. In addition to all the dual credit high schools I teach at, I also teach college classes at both FPC branches in Perryton and Dalhart.
I have been teaching the dual credit history and government classes now for 8 years and I truly love what I do! I love the traveling all over the Texas Panhandle and getting to meet and interaction with my all my high school students and facilitators each and every semester!
Dr. Jud Hicks
Italian Trulli
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Email: jhicks@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X717
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Department: Economics
Office: Presidents Office
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Lydia Howell
Assistant Professor
Italian Trulli
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Email: lrinehart@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4273
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Department: Government
Office: CLC 27C
Office Hours:
M/W 8:30 - 9:30AM, 12:00 - 3:00PM
T/F By appointment
TH 1:30 - 3:30PM

Course(s):
GVNT 2305 - Federal Government
GVNT 2306 - Texas Government

"Don’t be scared! While some people find government and politics boring, you will not find that here! In government classes at Frank Phillips College, we give you opportunities to see government in action. From viewing parties of elections, to guest speakers, to field trips to various sites, you’ll experience a newfound understanding of how the government works, and what are your rights. Gone are the days of simply sitting quietly in class while an instructor talks, I encourage you to voice your opinion, participate in activities, and spark your creativity with projects. We tease out how the structure of government functions and how to apply the law. Hopefully you will leave wanting to run for office! However, if not, I’ll settle for helping everyone understand the basic functions of government. Let the political games begin. I offer office hours during the day to discuss any questions you have, and I take appointments for times outside of the standard hours. No one is born knowing everything, so always ask questions. I look forward to seeing you soon!"
Amber Jones
Dean of Allen Campus
Italian Trulli
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Email: ajones@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X607
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John Jordan
Italian Trulli
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Email: jjordan@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X808
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Meredith Little
Italian Trulli
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Department: History & Government
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Mike McCoy
Italian Trulli
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Email: mmccoy@fpctx.edu
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Department: Economics
Office: Online Full Time
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Online ECON 2301 - Macroeconomics
Online Dual-Credit ECON 2301 - Macroeconomics
Online ECON2302 - Microeconomics

"Students, welcome to economics! My goal is to expose you to the economic way of thinking. Studies have shown that using the economic way of thinking makes it more likely for you to be successful in whatever endeavors you choose to pursue in the future, both work related and in your personal life.

Many successful people have a background in economics. Three of the last six U.S. Presidents studied economics. In addition, people as diverse as the founder of Walmart, Sam Walton, Bill Belichick, coach of the New England Patriots, Cate Blanchett, Emmy award winning actress, and Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones rock group studied economics in college.

I cannot guarantee that studying economics will make you smarter. However, come join me in discovering the economic way of thinking and it might improve your chances of being successful in life."

Marcus Miers
Associate Professor

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Email: mmiers@fpctx.edu
Phone: (806) 457-4200 X 248
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Department: Social Sciences
Office: CLC 12B
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M/W 8:05 - 10:10am, after 2:30pm by appointment
T/TH 8:05 - 10:10am

Course(s):
History 1301 - United States History
INRW 0322 - Integrated Reading and Writing

"Welcome to United States History 1301! I teach this class face-to-face to two classes from Borger HS and to a night class for high-school graduates in Borger that is linked live by audio and video to our Campuses in Dalhart and in Perryton. I also visit my dual-credit classes in Texline, Hartley, Stinnett, Perryton, and Follett around once every two weeks. Studying history fascinates me because it helps me to understand events that happened in the past that shape the current world, and I hope that we can learn from both the mistakes and the successes of the past. Of course, we cannot travel to the past, so I use primary sources to bring descriptions of past events into my classes, and I use modern articles about those events to help students learn about different perspectives on and interpretations of those events. My students write about those primary sources and modern articles and also write hybrid papers involving both primary and secondary sources. History 1301 begins with the peopling of the Americas, so we start with events from 17,000 to 12,500 years ago and work our way up to the end of the Civil War and the Thirteenth Amendment in 1865. I want students to improve their skills at analyzing these various sources and to improve their critical thinking skills. I will also make recommendations on your research papers to help you write better in Formal English."
Jan Moore
Professor

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Email: jmoore@fpctx.edu
Phone: (806) 457-4200 X 737
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Department: Humanities and Social Sciences
Office: CLC 32
Office Hours:
M/W 8:45 - 9:45am, 2:30 - 4pm
T 2:30 - 3:30pm, 5 - 5:30pm
TH 2:30 - 5:30pm
F By Appointment

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PSYC 2301 - General Psychology
SOCI 1301 - Introduction to Sociology
FYIS - First Year Institute Seminar
PSYC2319 - Social Psychology

"Welcome to my class!  I seek to create a classroom environment in which students are valued, in which learning is interesting and fun, and in which the benefits of knowledge are acknowledged and revered.  The courses I teach have lifelong application for all students, no matter their fields of interest or majors. Both Psychology and Sociology enable students to more fully understand the world in which they live.  Whatever your educational goals, learning about these disciplines enhances your eventual success.  My office door is open; come visit with me!"
Welding
Tyler Classen
Italian Trulli
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Email: @fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X
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Department: Welding
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Tonny Hamby
Adjunct Faculty
Italian Trulli
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Email: thamby@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X
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Department: Welding
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Johnny Davis
Italian Trulli
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Email: jdavis@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X782
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Department: Welding
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Todd Devers
Italian Trulli
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Email: tdevers@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X792
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Department: Welding
Office: Warren Chisum Welding Center (WCWC) Office #3
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M-TH 11:30AM - 12:30PM & 3:30-4:30PM or other by appt.
F By appt.

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WLDG 1202L/LC96
WLDG 1204L/LC85
WLDG 1204L/LC96
WLDG 1305L/LC85
WLDG 1337L/L01
WLDG 1391L/L01
WLDG 1428L/LC85
WLDG 2488L/ship01
WLDG 2506L/L01

"Welding is one of the highest paying careers in the United States today. There is an estimated shortage of 50,000 welders in the USAA right now and an additional 60,000 that will be added by 2024 with skilled craftsman of the baby boomer generation retiring. The average pay for a welder in Texas is $42,000 per year. But why be average. On any of coastal states the shortage is so great that a skilled TIG pipe welder will garner a $200,000 salary and it doesn’t matter what your experience level may be, just your skill level. At Frank Phillips College Welling Program an advanced certificate can be achieved in as little as 5 semesters or 2 years. Our program is self-paced so you move through it at your own pace. We teach all types of welding from the basic oxy-acetylene to the TIG welding of stainless steel and aluminum. It will give you the skills necessary to compete for those $200K jobs! The success of our students is the proof of the success of our program!"
Andrew Lackey
Italian Trulli
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Email: alackey@fpctx.edu
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Richard Mercer
Italian Trulli
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Jerry Newsom
Italian Trulli
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FYIS / Learning Frameworks
Noah Cano
Italian Trulli
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Email: ncano@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X168
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Department: FYIS
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Christy Dovel
Italian Trulli
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Email: cdovel@fpctx.edu
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Ann Green
Italian Trulli
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Email: @fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X
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Deborah Johnson
Italian Trulli
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Email: djohnson@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X 853
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Department: Learning Frameworks
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Elizabeth McCauley
Italian Trulli
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Email: emccauley@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X 777
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Department: FYIS
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Electives
Chris Hackett
Instructor and Mens Basketball Coach
Italian Trulli
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Email: chackett@fpctx.edu
Phone:(806) 457-4200 X818
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Christy Dovel
Italian Trulli
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Julie Kerr
Adjunct Faculty
Italian Trulli
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Department: Elective - Graphic Design
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Kaylee Moyer
Rodeo Coach

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Email: kmoyer@fpctx.edu
Phone: (806) 457-4200 X 783
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