Advice for College Students: The time is now to invest in yourself for a better tomorrow. So pace yourself, make sure to ask for help, and remember to enjoy the journey.
Education: A.A. & A.S. from Lone Star College, B.S. in Psychology with Communications Minor from University of Houston-Downtown, M.S. in Educational Administration with a specialization in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education from Texas A&M University.
CLASS Academic Advisor II
Advice for College Students: Take chances! Yes, it will be scary, it will be difficult and yes, it will be worth it. Challenge yourself so you may not grow stagnant.
Education/Credentials: B.S. in Biological and Physical Sciences, University of Houston-Downtown.
CLASS Outreach Coordinator I
Advice to College Students: The only way to grow and overcome your insecurities is to go out and do whatever it is that makes you uncomfortable. Failure isn’t the end, it’s a teachable moment. Keep moving forward and always aspire to learn and grow!
Education/Credentials: B.A. in Anthropology with a Minor in Education from the University of Texas at Austin.
CLASS Staff Assistant II
Education/Credentials: B.A. in Spanish with Minors in English and Hispanic Studies from Texas A&M University.
CLASS Professional Development Coordinator
René G. Arnold
Education/Credentials: Executive MBA from Prairie View A&M University in 2015 with a career background in Human Resources, Corporate recruitment, and training; non-profit management. Recently experienced an exciting academic year as an Adjunct Faculty teaching Education 1300 - FYE. Love my students!
Advice for College Students: DON'T GIVE UP! “Giving up on your goal because of one setback is like slashing your other three tires because you got one flat.” -unknown. This much heavily quoted statement by an unknown author sums it all up. Remember - You are not alone, ask for help - you can do it!
CLASS Online Faculty Fellow
Advice for College Students: Connect with your professors; we do want you to be successful and achieve your goals, but we can only do that if we know who you are.
CLASS EDUC 1300 Faculty Fellow
Advice to College Students: Ask! Ask for help and ask questions. Take advantage of all the resources available.
Education/Credentials: I started teaching EDUC 1300 at Lone Star College-Tomball in the fall of 2014. Before that, I taught bilingual 3rd grade for 6 years. I received a Masters of Education from Sam Houston State University in 2012.