Catalina Amaral, M.D. has been teaching Anatomy and Physiology for Texas Southmost College since August of 2014. She is board eligible in the state of Texas and has worked with several local doctors, Brownsville Medical Center, Valley Regional Medical Center, and Brownsville Doctors Hospital. During her twelve years of teaching experience, she has taught biology, special education, English as a Second Language, and bilingual education from K-12. She holds a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on Biology and has written curricula for both IDEA public schools and BISD life science classes. Her community service involves judging science fair projects for local schools and the Regional Science Fair.
Dr. Catalina Amaral
Martha Casquette has taught General Physics, University Physics, Conceptual Physics, Physical Science, College Algebra, and High School Algebra. She worked for several years for the Center for Gravitational Wave Astronomy (CGWA) as Student Coordinator and with the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College (UTB/TSC) as Faculty Associate. She was also a Physics Lecturer at the University of Texas-Pan American for one year. She joined Texas Southmost College in the fall of 2014 as a physics instructor. Ms. Casquette was also the co-creator and coordinator of the Physics Circus, an interactive program designed to show the wonders of physics to the public. She was a member of the National Society of Black Physicists and is a member of the National Society of Hispanic Physicists.
Felicia Farquhar received her undergraduate degree (cum laude) from the University of Texas at Brownsville in 2006 and then earned her Master of Science degree in Biology from the University of Texas at Brownsville in 2008. Within the discipline, her primary area of research includes marine biology and marine ecology. She was also involved in undergraduate research work dealing with several biomedical sciences, such as neurology and infectious diseases. She currently teaches general biology lectures and laboratories for both science and non-science majors.
Celia Flores-Feist, Ed.D. began her career in 1984 at Texas Southmost College (TSC) and continued as a tenured Associate Professor at the University of Texas Brownsville and Texas Southmost College (UTB/TSC). Dr. Flores-Feist returned to TSC in the fall of 2013. She has taught both lower and upper division and graduate chemistry courses. Prior to her career in academia, she was employed as an analytical chemist testing plants, soils, and water for the agricultural industry. Dr. Flores-Feist has been associated with the American Chemical Society as a student affiliate officer, professional member, and faculty advisor. She was also instrumental in starting the student affiliate chapter at UTB/TSC. She has held the position of Treasurer for three years and Secretary for two years for the South Texas Section.
Dr. Celia Flores-Feist
Alberto J. Herrera, Ed.D. has earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in Science, Engineering, Biology, and Educational Leadership in Post-Secondary Education from the University of Texas at Austin, Texas A&M University at Kingsville, and the University of Houston. He has been a lifelong licensed electrical, control systems, and bio-engineer in the state of Texas (retired). He has taught various biology courses at Texas Southmost College, including Microbiology for Science Majors, Microbiology for Science Majors Laboratory, Biology for Science Majors Laboratory I, Biology for Non-Science Majors I and II and their respective laboratories. Dr. Herrera has a strong background in fresh water and marine phycology, microbiology, and their associated pathologies. He currently teaches Microbiology for Science Majors lectures and laboratories.
Dr. Alberto J. Herrera
Carlos D. Partida earned his Master of Science degree in Biology from the University of Texas at Brownsville in May of 2012. He has been teaching general biology courses for both science and non-science majors since August of 2013. He is also a full-time Instructional Assistant for the Sciences, which involves preparing instructional materials for laboratory courses, since January of 2014. He has worked as a research assistant for his master’s thesis from 2009 to 2011, focusing on mesial temporal lobe epilepsy. He co-authored a scientific article, which was published in 2012.
Carlos D. Partida
Ruben E. Reyes earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Texas at Brownsville/Texas Southmost College (UTB/TSC) in 2002. He then acquired his Master of Science in Medical Science from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in 2010. He has taught courses at UTB/TSC before transitioning to the resurging Texas Southmost College in the fall of 2013. He has taught Biology for Non-Science Majors lectures and laboratories. However, his teaching repertoire mainly consists of Anatomy and Physiology lecture and laboratory courses. Aside from teaching, Mr. Reyes has also been a science fair judge at the Episcopal Day School Science Fair as well as at the Brownsville Independent School District Regional Science Fair.
Ruben E. Reyes
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