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David Harmer
4620 N Western Ave
Atlanta, GA 30315
(123)-444-1234
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Summary
An excellent professional with a wide variety of academic and master’s degree subjects; knowledge in formed lesson plans, presentations of creative educational material to students, responding to students learning needs and evaluating students’ progress; performs a significant amount of research in the subject he teaches; keeps up with new developments in his field and consults for government agencies, businesses, nonprofit organizations; has experiences in doing his own research to expand knowledge in their field by performing experiments, collecting and analyzing data, or examining original documents, literature, and other source material

Professional Experience:

Assistant Professor of Education – Reading Program January 2007 – Present
Cameron University., Atlanta, GA
Responsibilities:

  • Conducted six or more courses per year at both main and regional campuses.
  • Handled student career counseling and assisted with the interviewing and acceptance of potential candidates.
  • Participated in college groups and collaborated with other program faculty in the accreditation process.
  • Contributed inputs to ongoing curriculum development in the reading programs and community literacy projects and professional organization involvement including attendance and presentations at conferences and engagement in research within the field of literacy.

Education, Professor in Residence: Teacher Education May 2004 – December 2006
Angelo State University, GA
Responsibilities:

  • Contributed to undergraduate and graduate programs in teaching methods by teaching four courses.
  • Participated in the field-based initiatives in schools and assisted in the development of departmental and specialization programs.
  • Participated in service activities and voluntary works both within and outside the university.
  • Developed and implemented extension programs to provide information, education, and technical assistance to both graduate and undergraduate participants.
  • Developed workshops (formal and informal), publications, and web information; evaluation of programs; and writing of grant proposals and project reports.
  • Led educators on outreach programs that focuses on basic training for new commissioners; and integrated the university training program with other research and outreach programs.

Associate Professor February 1999 – May 2004
Springfield College, Atlanta, GA
Responsibilities:

  • Conducted six or more courses per year at both main and regional campuses.
  • Handled student career counseling and assisted with the interviewing and acceptance of potential candidates.
  • Participated in college groups and collaborated with other program faculty in the accreditation process.
  • Contributed inputs to ongoing curriculum development in the reading programs and community literacy projects and professional organization involvement including attendance and presentations at conferences and engagement in research within the field of literacy.

Education, Professor in Residence: Teacher Education May 2004 – December 2006
Angelo State University, GA

Education
Masters Degree in Physics
University of Iowa, 1999
Bachelors Degree in Chemistry
Rockefeller University, 1994

Skills:

  • Excellent verbal & written communication and computer skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Strong interpersonal skills with both faculty and student
  • Effective nonverbal, media, and technological communication techniques
  • Clear understanding of strategic planning skills
  • Good organizational and leadership skills

Awards and Affiliations
National Council of English Professor, Member
Professor Garners National Education Award, Awardee

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