Paul Blakelock

Paul Blakelock holds an undergraduate degree in Economics from Lamar University and a doctorate in Political Science from the University of Houston. His areas of specialization and interest include public opinion and political trust, political theory, and international relations.
PhD, University of Houston

Mike Clark

Mike Clark
MD, University of Texas at Houston

Steve Davis

Steve Davis specializes in 20th century U.S. political history, history of Texas, and history of American popular music (i.e. rock and roll) since 1945.
MA, University of Houston

Vida Davoudi

Vida Davoudi
PhD, Southern Illinois

Mary Johnson

Mary Johnson moved to the U.S. from The Netherlands in 1986 and lived in Louisiana prior to moving to Houston in 1990. In 1998, she graduated Summa Cum Laude from University of Houston with a Bachelor in Psychology. She graduated in 2000 with a Master's of Science in Occupational Technology, specializing in Training and Development. She is currently the Chair of the Computer Information Technology Department at Lone Star College-Kingwood and teaches spreadsheets, databases and Intro to Computers.
MA, University of Houston

Peggy Lambert

Peggy Lambert, a professor of history, has special interests in Jacksonian America, American women’s history, and the Holocaust. She also is the advisor of Alpha Lambda Xi, Lone Star College-Kingwood’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa.
MA, University of Houston 

Joseph Minton

Joseph Minton has interests in American literature in general, and twentieth century southern American fiction and drama in particular.
MA, University of Richmond

Betsy Morgan

Betsy Morgan has interests in animal behavior, specifically endangered species, genetics, and evolutionary history. She specialized in wildlife fisheries sciences during graduate work at Texas A&M.
MEd, Texas A&M

David Putz

David Putz has published in the area of the behavior of the American electorate. His research interests are voting behavior and partisan alignment.
PhD, University of Houston

Raúl Reyes

Raúl R. Reyes,  a proud native son of the El Paso-Juárez border, earned his baccalaureate and graduate degree in history at the University of Texas at El Paso. Aside graduating summa cum laude from UTEP (minored in secondary education), he’s also a proud product of the community college system earning an Associate of Arts degree from El Paso CC. While he briefly taught at his alma mater, Prof. Reyes earned the Outstanding Adjunct Faculty Achievement Award in 1999 from El Paso Community College. He considers himself a student of history with specialization in ethnic, border, Chicano studies. As a full-time professor, LSC-Kingwood recognized him as Professor of the Year in 2005. In 2007, Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, recognized him as distinguished educator. He teaches both US survey courses, Texas and Mexican American History. He’s delivered public lectures on the Latino historical experience and race relations.
MA, UT-El Paso

Joan Samuelson

Joan Samuelson specializes in Composition, Medieval and Renaissance literature, the nineteenth-century British Novel, Film and Literature, and the literature of the Holocaust.
PhD, Ohio State University

Jim Skelton

Jim Skelton has been a newspaper reporter, a technical writer, and a full-time freelance writer. His dissertation was on absurd humor novels of the 1960s. Jim also has a special interest in the fiction of Ernest Hemingway. He specializes in composition and rhetoric.
EdD, Texas A&M at Commerce

Stacy Walker

Stacy Walker served as Program Manager for the 13 county Region 6 Prevention Resource Center where she managed a chemical dependency prevention program before joining the Kingwood faculty in 2002. Included in her fields of experience are chemical dependency, child development, school violence prevention, and mental retardation.
MA, University of Houston, Clear Lake