Dr. Karen Acree — Director, CTX

Dr. Karen Acree
Department CTX
Office CTX - 1624A
Phone 505-566-3392
Email acreek@sanjuancollege.edu

Degrees Received

AA, Hospitality Management, Nicolet College
AA, Business Administration, University of New Mexico
BS, Business Information Systems, University of Phoenix
MBA, University of Phoenix
MA, Curriculum and Instruction, Learning Technologies, New Mexico State University
Ph.D, Curriculum and Instruction, Learning Technologies, New Mexico State University

Biography

I am originally from Wisconsin and have lived in New Mexico for 23 years, the last six in Farmington. When I lived inthe Albuquerrque area, I was a network administrator, director of information services for a defense contractor, college faculty, and founding director of two teaching and learning centers at the University of New Mexico.

I am now the Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at San Juan College. In addition, I teach COSC125, Business Microcomputer Applications. I love living in Farmington for all the activities that are available here.

Outside of the College, I like to read, follow the Green Bay Packers, cruise to anyplace warm and sunny, and spend time with my family, especially my two grandchildren.

 

Courses Taught

  • COSC-125 Business Microcomputer Applications

ctx full time faculty and staff

Dr. Karen Acree
Dr. Karen Acree

Director, CTX
acreek@sanjuancollege.edu
505-566-3392
Pam Hyder
Pam Hyder

Administrative Assistant III
hyderp@sanjuancollege.edu
505-566-3387

Dr. Karen Acree — Director, CTX

Dr. Karen Acree
Department CTX
Office CTX - 1624A
Phone 505-566-3392
Email acreek@sanjuancollege.edu

Degrees Received

AA, Hospitality Management, Nicolet College
AA, Business Administration, University of New Mexico
BS, Business Information Systems, University of Phoenix
MBA, University of Phoenix
MA, Curriculum and Instruction, Learning Technologies, New Mexico State University
Ph.D, Curriculum and Instruction, Learning Technologies, New Mexico State University

Biography

I am originally from Wisconsin and have lived in New Mexico for 23 years, the last six in Farmington. When I lived inthe Albuquerrque area, I was a network administrator, director of information services for a defense contractor, college faculty, and founding director of two teaching and learning centers at the University of New Mexico.

I am now the Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at San Juan College. In addition, I teach COSC125, Business Microcomputer Applications. I love living in Farmington for all the activities that are available here.

Outside of the College, I like to read, follow the Green Bay Packers, cruise to anyplace warm and sunny, and spend time with my family, especially my two grandchildren.

 

Courses Taught

  • COSC-125 Business Microcomputer Applications

CTX Adunct Faculty

Cynthia Rapp Sandhu
Cynthia Rapp Sandhu

Global Studies Mentor
sandhuc@sanjuancollege.edu
505-3525