Fall semester 2015 marks the completion of my fifth year at ALHOSN University as a professor in psychology and sociology. The journey has been quite a rewarding one. I have met wonderful students and colleagues and anticipate several more years of the same. In addition, I have joined the employee assistance program (EAP) Workplace Options as a provider of psychotherapy services.
This website is a convenient way for me to communicate with my students. It will contain the latest information my students need to know about the various classes I am teaching as well as what is required from each course. My current semester schedule will always be available online at current work schedule.
FAS 230, Introduction to Psychology, is a comprehensive survey class that introduces students to the major divisions of psychology.
FAS 310, Human Behavior in a Cross-Cultural Context, explores differences between major cultures across well-established taxonomies.
Ethics familiarizes students with major branches of ethical theory and the most prominent contemporary debates in applied ethics.
Beginning fall semester 2012, I will be distributing a statement of class policies and expectations for the purpose of advising all my students about what they can expect from me and what I plan on expecting from them.
Professors do not "give" grades to their students: Grades can only be assigned based on student performance. There is nothing magical or mysterious about earning an "A" in my class. Learn how you can do it.