Texas Tech University

Course Listing - by Instructor

Name Biography
Frank Caramanica Instructor Frank P. Caramanica, Ph.D., is a former university instructor with a worldwide practice in subsurface petroleum geology. He is currently practicing as consultant to clients.
Charlotte Freeborn Charlotte Freeborn was born in Dallas and grew up in Longview, Texas and Albuquerque, New Mexico. She attended Hill College in Hillsboro, Texas and received her bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas and a master’s from Perkins at SMU.
Linda Gerber Gerber is the former director of the Center for Global Business at the University of Texas at Austin and has over 40 years of experience teaching at universities.
Jen Hamblin Instructor Jen Hamblin is a registered dietitian. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Texas at Austin, and her dietetic internship and master’s degree at Lamar University. Her professional goal is to ensure everyone has a healthy relationship with food, diet and lifestyle choices.
Cindy Martin Cindy Martin is a former archivist at the Southwest Collection. She currently serves on the Lubbock County Historical Commission and on the Board of the Lubbock Heritage Society.
Kevin Naumann Kevin Naumann has a Master of Interdisciplinary Studies in Public Administration, Business Administration and Psychology from Angelo State University.
Amanda O'Connor Amanda O’Connor, owner of Cypress Street Station, earned her bachelor’s degree in restaurant and hotel/institutional management from Texas Tech University.
Frank Reilly Instructor Frank Reilly is a lawyer, municipal judge and political science professor at Texas Tech University with over 40 years of experience in the Texas legislative process as a former staffer, lobbyist and citizen activist.
Brantley Salem Instructor Brantley Salem is a third-generation jeweler. His grandfather, John P. Salem, started Salem’s Jewelry in 1977. Brantley was certified by the Gemology Institute of America approximately 10 years ago.
Christine Self
Gwen White Instructor Gwen White taught at Lincoln Middle School and is co-chair of the Legacy Committee of Abilene Heritage Square.
Lynn Whitfield Lynn Whitfield, M.A., is the associate director of the West Texas Historical Association, and serves on the executive board of the Lubbock Heritage Society.

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