They are highly experienced in their fields and many hold doctorate degrees, but they're also interesting individuals who bring their passion and excitement to the college.
AACC physics and physical science professor Jason Barbour has hundreds, if not thousands of “students” who have never set foot in his classroom. Once or twice per year for the last six years, families and children fill the AACC Kauffman Theater for Science Night. Barbour and biology professor Greg Schrader don tie-dye lab coats and colorful hats as they perform some lively experiments with liquid nitrogen, a bed of nails, balloons and more.Read More.
As a kid, Sean Urbantke liked model trains and the model landscapes that were built for them. That translated to increased interest in the set designs created as backdrops for television shows and movies. Later, when looking for a way to incorporate that interest into a career, he discovered theatrical design.Read More.
Caitlyn Jenner's transition, immigration, police as friend or foe... they're just some of the tough, and possibly uncomfortable, conversations tackled at " Meeting of the Minds," a discussion group hosted by the AACC Social Justice Collaborative this past semester.Read More.