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English Grammar & Writing

 

Stephanie Nelson, PhD

Professor of Communication
Department of Technology
College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology
California State University, Los Angeles (CSLA)
Los Angeles, California, USA 

Education

Ph.D., Communication 1994
University of Southern California
USC Annenberg School of Communication

M.A., Professional Writing 1998
USC, Los Angeles, Ca

B.F.A. World Music 1976
California Institute of the Arts
Valencia, CA


Introduction

I have been teaching at CSULA since 1995 and became a full-time faculty member in 1999. Prior to that, I worked at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory for 15 years as a writer and facilitator and have spent the last 5 years consulting to high-tech companies who do business via the Internet. My expertise is in strategic planning, proposal writing, online documentation, and graphic user interface design. I also facilitate organizational change initiatives, including re-engineering of business processes with a focus on ecommerce and Web-based database design. I have also taught part-time for the University of Redlands.

Teaching Interests
I have taught a number of writing courses ranging from Beginning and Advanced Composition to Expository Writing to Technical Writing. I have taught a graduate seminar in Organizational Communication. I also teach Introduction to Higher Education and am writing a textbook for that course. Additionally, I teach a general education course called Impact of Technology on Individuals and Society, which is a life-long learning and critical-thinking class. and I teach Cisco computer networking. My teaching interests cover the full range of professional and personal development activities, including training, life-long learning, and personal well-being. I am a strong believer in team-based, active learning, and I run my classes in groups. I use a "case study" approach to learning, with much of my material gleaned from my own professional practice.

Research Interests
My research interests are eclectic: I am interested in how people communicate in organizations, in the nuances of discourse itself (how things are said), in the rhetoric of technical communication, and in how people use music to communicate. I am also interested in innovation in teaching and learning. I have authored a number of papers relating to music as communication, including a study of the music put aboard the Voyager spacecraft for communication with extraterrestrials. I am an expert on world music and have been to West Africa and have written about women's musical groups there.

Modules:
1. Grammar Module
2. Types of Writing
3. Introduction to Technical Writing


English as a Second Language

 

Eric N. Roth, M.A.

Lecturer
Department American Language Institute
Engineering Writing Program
University of Southern California (USC)
Los Angeles, California, USA 

Eric H. Roth teaches undergraduate engineering students and international graduate students the pleasures of writing and public speaking in English at the University of Southern California. He has taught numerous ESL courses at Santa Monica College, UCLA Extension, and Cal State, Long Beach’s American Language Institute, and Santa Monica-Malibu Adult Education Center. Roth, a former journalist and Congressional aide, also directed the CES Adult Education Center from 1996-1999, assisting over 1,000 immigrants and refugees become naturalized U.S. citizens. Roth received his MA in Media Studies in 1988 from The New School University. He belongs to TESOL, CATESOL (California Association of Teachers of Speakers of Other Languages) and ICA (International Communication Association). He majored in Philosophy as an undergraduate at Wabash College. Roth has led many workshops on teaching techniques, including the 2007 Southern California Regional CATESOL conference.

He co-authored an ESL textbook, Compelling Conversations: Questions and Quotations on Timeless Topics (Chimayo Press) in 2007. Roth also advises the USC Conversation Partners Program. His research interests include discourse analysis, persuasion methods, documentary films, and effective error correction in second language writers. An avid traveler, he looks forward to continually discovering new places to visit and expanding his collection of vintage postcards.

Eric H. Roth holds an M.A. in Media Studies from New School University (1988)and a B.A. in Philosophy from Wabash College (1984).

Modules:
1. Conversation: Compelling Conversations (Book Conversion)
2. Writing: Paraphrasing
3. Writing: Summarizing
4. Writing: Critiquing
5. Writing problem-solution text


French Grammar & Literature

 

Brian Kennelly, PhD

Chair & Associate Professor of French
Modern Languages and Literatures
California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly)
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
San Luis Obispo, California, USA 

Education

PhD, New York University, (French 1996)
École normale supérieure (1993-4)

M.A., University of Virginia (French, 1989)
B.A., UC Davis (French, 1986)


Professor Kennelly serves on the MLA Delegate Assembly Organizing Committee (2008 -2011), is an MLA Bibliography Fellow (2008-11), was a Table Leader at the 2008 Advanced Placement reading in French, was an Assistant Examiner for the 2008 International Baccalaureat (French B), and currently serves on the Advanced Placement French Language Curriculum Development & Assessment Committee.

Professor Kennelly continues to serve as a field biographer for the Modern Language Association International Bibliography and to publish on authors who write or have written in a variety of genres. He remains committed to integrating concepts across different disciplines. Because it is important to reflect with colleagues on what takes place in the classroom, he has considered in print how interdisciplinarity in French Studies, on the one hand, and the reading process, on the other, might be showcased in a meaningful and pedagogically-sound way. Hence his published work on the teaching of contemporary Francophone political, sociological, scientific, and linguistic issues as well as a recent article on reading differently and rereading for difference in the hermetic poetry of Arthur Rimbaud. Likewise, he has pursued questions of identity, whether those rooted in sexuality, those represented in personal advertisements, online, and in fiction, or those extending beyond—if not broaching—national or regional contexts. What are the personal stakes involved in making literature face up to the truth of its metaphors of seduction? How does author Renaud Camus recontextualize, actualize, and literalize the literary in the political? What does the rewriting of a novel by Tony Duvert focusing on the mobile nature of homosexual identity reveal about the extent of the simultaneously sexual and textual quest it rehearses? And how does the Afrikaner-Parisian Breyten Breytenbach nuance, extend, and complicate in his writings the ongoing debate in South Africa and beyond over Afrikaner cultural identity? In addition to Edifice Rex (bits and pieces) and Fashioning the Curve (a novel), Kennelly is at work on Texts that Kill, his second 'academic' book.

Modules:
1. Past Tenses: Comparison
2. The Subjunctive Mode
3. French Literature Module

French Conversation & Travel

 

Myriam-Rose Kohn, PhD

Professor of French
Department of
California State University, Northridge (CSUN)
Northridge, California, USA 

With the ability to work with any professional in the world who has Internet and telephone access—and speak to you in English, French, Dutch, German, or Italian—Myriam-Rose is passionate about providing you with a personalized combination of exactly what you need to be successful in your international career. Having faced challenges and major transitions herself, she is supportive while also straightforward. Myriam-Rose has found joy in a rewarding career that fits her unique interests and talents, and that's exactly what she wants for her clients.

 

Born in Belgium, the multilingual crossroads of Western Europe, Myriam-Rose immigrated to the United States at age 17. Four short years later, she graduated Cum Laude with a double major in French and German-all while working 52 hours a week. She went on to earn a Master of Arts degree in French and raised her two sons after whom she later named JEDA Enterprises.

Located in Southern California, Myriam-Rose launched JEDA Enterprises in 1986 to offer career and translation services. She has also taught business writing in corporations and is a professor at California State University, Northridge. Myriam-Rose's vibrant background even includes an assignment with the FBI on an international fraud case.

A consummate professional who is devoted to honing her craft, Myriam-Rose quickly developed a reputation in the careers industry as the expert in international résumés. Myriam-Rose wrote Creating a Résumé for Foreign Markets and contributed to Five Tips for Writing CVs For Overseas Employers for Wall Street Journal's CareerJournal.com. Her work is also featured in more than 25 résumé and cover letter books. She has spoken at numerous industry conferences and is on the National Certification Board of the Professional Association of Résumé Writers & Career Coaches. She is also a member of the National Résumé Writers Association, Career Masters Institute, and the Career Planning and Adult Development Network. Translation-related professional affiliations include the American Translators Association and the Southern California Translators and Interpreters Association (Executive Board Member).

Modules:
1. Conversation Module: Airport
2. Conversation Module: Coffee Shop
3. Travel Module: Preparation
4. Travel Module: Paris
5. Tips for Writing CVs for Oversees Employers


Spanish Grammar & Literature

 

Gloria Arjona, PhD

Lecturer of Spanish
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
University of Southern California (USC)
Los Angeles, California, USA

Dr. Gloria Arjona received her PhD in Spanish from the University of Southern California. She did her dissertation on La Malinche, a historical character from the Mexican Conquest. Besides a long-term career in education, Dr. Arjona has dedicated to the translation of Spanish literary texts into English. Among the authors she has published are Rosario Castellanos, Benito Pérez Galdós, Cristina Peri Rossi, and Francisco Rojas González.

Dr. Arjona is also a singer amateur. She currently participates in two bands: Tukuypaj a Quechua term that means “for everyone,” and which is a band that aims to divulge South America styles seldom known in the United States, and “Along for the Ride”, which interprets jazz and bossa nova standards as well as original music.

Education:
M.A., University of Southern California
Ph.D., University of Southern California

Modules:
1. Vocabulary: Sports
2. Grammar: Future Tense
3. Culture: Food
4. Literature: Octavio Paz

Italian Grammar & Literature

 

Paola Lorenzi, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Italian
International Studies and Languages Division
Pepperdine University
Malibu, California, USA 

Education

Doctorate, Foreign Languages and Literature, University of Florence, Florence, Italy, 1981

Post graduate studies, Art Center College of Design, CA

Courses Taught:

  • Beginning Italian
  • Intermediate Italian
  • Advanced Italian
  • Italian Conversation
  • Italian Cinema
  • Italian Culture and Civilization
  • Contemporary Italian Literature
  • Directed Studies: Various Topics

KEY AWARDS/AFFILIATIONS:

  • Who's Who Among College and University Professors, 2004
  • Special recognition for teaching and promoting the Italian language in the United States by the Italian Consul General and Italian Cultural Institute, 2001.
  • MLA
  • ACFL
  • AAIS
  • AATI

SELECTED WORKS:

  • "Commercial Terminology for the Oil & Gas Industry," a bilingual vocabulary for the petroleum executives. (Houston: Agip Petroleum Company, Inc. 1987)
  • Translation of the short story, "The Rose of Yesterday" by Alessandro Carrera, Review of Contemporary Fiction (Fall 1992)
  • Translation of the poem, "The Prodigal Son," by Alessandro Carrera, Houston Poetry Fest 1988 Anthology (Houston: Southwest Literary Arts Council, 1988)

Modules:
1. Chronology of Major Historical Events from Foundation of Rome to Italian Republic
2. Italian Art History Module
3. Geography of Italy Module
4. Grammar Module


Russian

 

Ganna Kudyma, PhD

Lecturer of Russian and Ukrainian
Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Los Angeles, California, USA

Ph.D. "Aureole aspects of lexical semantic in synonymic paradigms" 1991 People's Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russia

MA in Russian as a second language 1983
Kiev State University, Kiev, Ukraine

Courses taught at UCLA: Elementary Russian Intermediate Russian, Russian for Native and near Native Speakers, Business Russian, Introductory Ukrainia, Advanced Tutorial Instruction in Ukrainian

Textbook: Olga Kagan, Frank Miller, Ganna Kudyma. Second Edition, V PUTI: Russian Grammar in Context. Prentice Hall, 2005.

Modules:
1. Grammar Cases ("overview: 6 cases")
2. Nouns
3. Pronouns

 


Chinese

 

Michelle Fu, PhD

Lecturer of Chinese
Department of East Asian Languages & Cultures
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Los Angeles, California

 

Modules:
1. Verbs
2. Nouns
3. Pronouns

Japanese

 

Miyo Uchida, M.A.

Lecturer of Japanese
Department of East Asian Languages & Cultures
University of California, Davis
Davis, California, USA 

Education

M.A. in Japanese Linguistics, University of British Columbia in Canada

Research Interests
Japanese syntax
Japanese popular culture


Current Projects
Creating teaching visual materials such as movies to facilitate teaching of each grammatical point and to introduce cultural aspects

Honors and Awards
William L. Holland Scholarship, University of Graduate Fellowship

Courses Taught

  • First, second and third level of Japanese
  • Freshman Seminar "Japanese vs. US Through Media"
  • Japanese Popular Culture in Tradition (summer abroad program)

Modules:
1. Tasks
2. Structures
3. Culture

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FINE ARTS

Lighting

 

Dan Weingarten, MFA

Assistant Professor in Production Management & Lighting Design
Department Communication & Fine Art
Loyola Marymount University (LMU)
Los Angeles, California, USA

Dan Weingarten is an Assistant Professor in Production Management and Lighting Design. He has an MFA in Design from the California Institute of the Arts. Dan Weingarten has designed lighting in over 40 states and on 3 continents, and with over 350 credits to his name, has created lighting for a wide range of productions including concert dance, dinner theater, awards shows, trade shows and award winning straight plays. He designed Nijinsky Speaks at the Harold Clurman Theater in New York, and was the lighting director for both the 2005 Ovation Awards, the 1998 American Choreography Awards and the 1999 LA Weekly Awards.

Mr. Weingarten has worked with hundreds of notable choreographers, and has served as Principal Lighting Designer for the Channel Islands Ballet, The West Side Ballet, Tapsounds Underground, the Edge Performing Arts Center, LA Danceforce, Encore Performing Arts Showcase and the Los Angeles Dance Invitational. He also served as lighting designer for the highly acclaimed company Circle X, where he designed the productions Great Men of Science, Numbers 21 & 22, The Rover, Show and Tell, Louis Slotin Sonata, Fathers and Sons, and In Flagrente Gothicto.

His work has been honored with the Garland Award, Drama-Logue Awards, and LA Weekly Award and Ovation nominations. Mr. Weingarten was the Consulting Lighting Designer during the construction of the Boston Court Theater in Passadena, and designed both its "Opening Gala" and its inaugural production Romeo and Juliet, Antebellum New Orleans, 1836.

As a Stage Manager, Dan Weingarten has worked on concert work, including several seasons with The New West Symphony and Andrea Bocelli's West Coast tour, has helped to create over a dozen theme park attractions for Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Japan. Mr. Weingarten has worked on Industrials all over the world, for clients as varied as Shaklee, Herbalife, Line 6, Enterprise, Verizon, Etc... and dozens of plays, musicals, dance works, and performance art pieces.

Dan is honored to be a member of the faculty at Loyola Marymount University, where aside from designing lights for the theater and dance productions, he teaches courses in Lighting, Introduction to Design for the Theater, Computer Drafting, and Stage Management.

Modules:
1. Reading Script with the Idea of Design
2. Developing Lighting Design Ideas into a Show
3. Communicating Lighting Ideas through Technical Drawing

Architecture

     
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Foundation Studies

 

Richard Keyes

Art Center College of Design
Pasadena, California, USA

Richard Keyes graduated from Art Center College of Design with a graphic design degree in 1987. After working in Palo Alto, California, designing corporate I.D. and annual reports, he returned to Southern California to work in a variety of studios before choosing a freelance career.

As an independent designer he has worked for clients as diverse as Warner Brother Records, Guess Jeans, the Los Angeles Housing Department, and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. As a color consultant, his clients include Empire Berol, BIC, and Avery Dennison.

His teaching career started in 1988, teaching graphic design classes at Cal State L.A. Since then he has also taught at Valley Community College, UCLA Extension and has been teaching at Art Center College of Design since 1990, speciallizing in color theory, graphic design and narrative structure. He has apperared on National Public Radio, published a DVD from Gnomen Workshop"Color Theory: The Mechanics of Color", and teaches a workshop at Disney Studios.

Modules:
1. Eye and Brain: How color stimuli are processed.
2. Color as a Narrative Tool.
3. Simultaneous Contrast.

 


Photography

     
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Electronic Media

     
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PERFORMING ARTS

Theater and Dance

 

Peggy Shannon, MFA

Associate Vice Provost
University Outreach and Engagement
University Outreach and International Programs
Office of the Chancellor and Provost
University of California, Davis
Davis, California, USA


Professor of Theater and Dance
Department of Theater

University of California, Davis
Davis, California, USA

Artistic Director
Sacramento Theatre Company
Sacramento, California, USA


Education

B.A., UC Riverside
M.F.A., University of Washington


Shannon earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from UC Riverside and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Washington.






Associate Vice Provost of University Outreach & International Programs
Peggy Shannon is the associate vice provost for university outreach and engagement at the university. She works closely with campus units to stimulate new educational programs and research initiatives that advance educational outreach and continuing education. Shannon joins the Office of University Outreach and International Programs, which rely on her extensive experience in fostering collaborations with educational, government, not-for-profit and business organizations both nationally and internationally.

In the area of educational outreach, she has created an international theatre program in Greece, in its sixth year and offered through the Summer Sessions Abroad; a professional internship between the Department of Theatre and Dance and the Sacramento Theatre Company; and a Young Professionals Company called STC-2 that "fast-tracks" talented youth from the Sacramento region into the UC Davis theatre and dance department after a year or more of intensive professional training at the Sacramento Theatre Company.

Professor of Theatre and Dance
Also a professor of theatre and dance at UC Davis for the past five years, Shannon has taught upper-division and graduate-level classes, mentored students, and created an internship for undergraduate and graduate students with STC.

Artistic Director of Sacramento Theatre Company
Shannon is also the artistic director of the Sacramento Theatre Company, a position she has held for the past seven years.

Professional Theatre World
In the professional theatre world, Shannon has directed more than 100 productions at theatres throughout the United States as well as participated in program partnerships with National Public Radio and Los Angeles Theatre Works. She also has been involved in numerous artist-in-residence productions and provided academic consulting and program reviews to several universities.

Modules:
1.Theatre Directing
2. Voice & Movement for Actors
3. International Curriculum Development

 

Theresa Larkin, PhD

Professor of Theatre
Department of Theatre Arts and Dance
College of Arts and Letters
California State University, Los Angeles (CSLA)
Los Angeles, California, USA  

Education

Ph.D., (ABD) Cultural Studies, 2009
(Grassroots Activism/Cultural Documentary)
Claremont Graduate University
Claremont, CA

MFA Drama, 1983
(Shakespearean Performance)
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA

B.A. Drama/Dance, 1977
Loyola Marymount University
Los Angeles, CA

Theresa Larkin is currently a tenured full professor (Acting/Directing/Arts Management) in the Department of Theatre Arts and Dance. She is a professional actress, theatre director, videographer, producer, video editor, conference planner, arts administrator, non-profit consultant, and founder/co-founder of numerous non-profit and profit companies, most notably: The Artists' Collective, Theatre for the 21st Century, Latino Classical Repertory (East Los Angeles Theatre Company), and Palar Consulting / Appraisal Corporation.

 


Theresa has consistently been working in some capacity in the performing arts for over thirty years.

As a conference planner she has worked on a national level for many years (Association For Theatre in Higher Education, American Theatre College Festival, CTO/ATA/LA, etc.) and recently was a core conference planner for the international conference centered on Augusto Boal's Theatre of the Oppressed with colleagues from the Center for Theatre of the Oppressed / Applied Theatre Arts / Los Angeles (CTO/ATA/LA), that was held at The Renaissance Hotel in June, 2005. Currently, she serves as Historian/Documentarian for CTO/ATA/LA.

Her academic degrees include a BA in Drama/Dance from Loyola Marymount University; MFA in Shakespearean Performance from U C Irvine; and a Ph.D. (ABD) in Cultural Studies/Cultural Documentary from Claremont Graduate University. She also trained at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (Intensive Tutorials), London Contemporary Arts, Shakespeare and Company, and Avid Editing, and numerous other training environments in the arts.

Previously, Theresa spent three years as a tenure-track professor in the MFA program (Acting/Directing/Voice) at San Jose State University; two years as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in the MFA program (Acting/Voice); and three years as an MFA Lecturer at University of California, Irvine in the undergraduate program (Acting).

Professor Larkin has also taught at National University, American InterContinental University, Springfield College, and guest lectured at numerous campuses around the world, including Santa Clara University, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Oberlin College, and Chulalongkorn University (Thailand).

Modules:
1. Classical Acting: Shakespearean (text analysis)
2. Principles of Directing
3. Emotions in Theatre and Film

Music

 

John Hajda, PhD

Assistant Professor
Music and multimedia perception and cognition,
Psychoacoustics
Department of Music
University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB)
Santa Barbara, California, USA

Director of Undergraduate Studies/Faculty Undergraduate Advisor

Education

Ph.D., Music, UCLA
M.A., Music, UCLA
B.S./B.A., Mechanical Engineering/Music, Stanford University

John M. Hajda is Assistant Professor in Music at UCSB. He is co-convener of the Music as Media Research Focus Group through the UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center and is an Affiliate with the UCSB Cognitive Science Emphasis Program. Dr. Hajda is also treasurer and board member of the UCSB Center for the Study of Interdisciplinary Music (CISM).

First-author publications include "Methodological issues in timbre research" in Perception and Cognition of Music (Deliege & Sloboda, Eds., Psychology Press, 1997) and "The effect of dynamic acoustical features on musical timbre" in Sound of Music: Analysis, Synthesis, and Perception of Musical Sounds (Beauchamp, Ed., Springer-Verlag, 2006).

Interests include: empirical musicology; music perception and cognition, especially film music cognition; psychoacoustics, especially musical timbre; systematic musicology. Dr. Hajda completed his doctoral dissertation, "The Effect of Time-Variant Acoustical Properties on Orchestral Instrument Timbres," at UCLA under the direction of Professors Roger Kendall, Edward Carterette, Tim Rice and Ali Jihad Racy. He has presented his research at numerous national and international conferences, including an invited paper at the 16th International Congress on Acoustics and 135th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Most recently, Dr. Hajda convened and chaired a panel on "Music and Media" at the 9th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, where he also presented a paper on his most recent work on the salience of musical and visual components in the perception of opening credits for feature films.

Courses Taught: Music Theory, Musical Acoustics, Sound Color, Film Music Cognition, Psychology of Music Performance, Advanced Tonal Analysis, Systematic Musicology, Introduction to Musical Acoustics, Semiotics of Music, Psychoacoutstics and Music Cognition, American Popular Music.

Modules:
1. Elements of Music: Pitch
2. Elements of Music: Time
3. Elements of Music: Timbre

Film Production, Broadcasting and New Media

 

Susan Salas, M.A., M.F.A

Associate Professor of Telecommunications
Director of Broadcasting
Department of Communication
Pepperdine University
Malibu, California, USA 

Education

B.A., Theater, Illinois Wesleyan University, 1972
M.A., Telecommunications, University of Iowa, 1973
M.F.A., Film Production, American Film Institute, 1997

Starting her entertainment career as a producer, Susan produced over one hundred national and regional commercials for a major Chicago advertising agency and Los Angeles production studio.  Following production she moved across the lens to have a successful acting career, guest starring in many popular television series, and appearing in over two hundred national and regional television commercials.

Over the last 13 years, Susan has built the broadcasting department at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California where she has received numerous prestigious teaching awards. She now serves as an Associate Professor and Director of Broadcasting. Susan has her MA in Film and Television Production from the University of Iowa and an MFA in Film Producing from the American Film Institute. She is a current member of SAG and AFTRA.

Modules:

Narrative Short Class
1. Script Breakdown
2. Scheduling of Film
3. Set ups and Shot Lists


CULINARY ARTS

Branch

     
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PHYSICAL ARTS / PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Yoga

 

Sunny Jung, Ed.D.

Yoga Instructor and
Senior Lecturer
Korean Language, Literature & Thoughts
Humanities and Social Sciences Dept.
University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB)
Santa Barbara, California, USA

Education

Ed.D., US International University
M.Ed., Ewha Woman’s University
B.S., Kongju National Teacher's College

Sunny Jung works on Korean Zen poetry, classical poetic views & indigenous thoughts in modern poetry, multicultural education and teaching pedagogy . She taught in the U.S. and Korea including the University of Southern California , the University of California at San Diego and Irvine, the U.S. International University Osaka, and Defense Language Institute. She is a published poet ( The Gate of Zen, ‘1981 ), a translator ( Abiding Places Korea South & North by Ko Un, 2006), a yoga & meditation instructor and a recipient of national awards for teaching and writing.

Modules:
1. History of Yoga
2. The 8 Limbs of Yoga
3. Postures & Branches

Martial Arts

     
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Volleyball

     
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Scuba Diving

     
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Tennis

     
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Badminton, Racquetball

     
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Resistance Training

     
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Aquatics

     
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Football

     
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Ice Skating

     
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Bodybuilding

     
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Basketball

     
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