Natalie Kimbrough, Ph.D.
"I could not remain silent ..."
Welcome and hello everyone!
Thank you for visiting small faculty site here at CCBC. I am glad you are looking around our site and particularly around in the History Department. I hope you will find something that will catch your attention so that we can meet in person.
I have had the privilege of teaching at the university and college level for over 10 years now and am especially happy to be a faculty member here at CCBC. Just with the beginning of the spring semester 2008 I accepted the position as Director for the Center of Teaching and Learning for CCBC. I returned to full-time teaching in the spring 2010 as that is where my passion resides and I had completed all I could achieve in the Center.
I have relocated to the beautiful Dundalk campus and have begun my work there!
|Let me briefly tell you what you can find on this site and why I thought it is a good idea to have a short web page "out there."|
|In case you'd like to know a little bit more about me, you can feel free to go to the "Who am I" site, where I share some of my professional information as well as some information on my teaching and philosophy in life. You can also find information there on how to get in touch with me.|
|Mostly, I would like you to be able to get some information on the classes my colleages and I teach here at CCBC. Specifically, you can find some more details on the classes that I have taught when you select the "My classes" button on the left. You will find some basic information, some samply syllabi with some of the assignments in my classes.|
|Then there is the "News" button ... whenever something happens that I feel might be of interested I will post something there (newspaper links, movies, publications, etc.) .... there may not be anything now but feel free to check.|
|"Resources" is just that ... any links that I consider important for the study and passion of History will show up here at some point. This is a constant work in progress!|
|Of course, there is a link to our "History Department". Hopefully, you will browse through that site and learn more about the interesting classes and faculty member we have here!|
|Yes, there also is the link back to our CCBC web site ... just in case you get lost.|
|Lastly, there is a "Web CT" button -- that is meant for those of you who are taking any of my classes, in which I tend to also integrate the Web CT to varying levels.|
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Last Modified: 08/20/2010
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