Richard Drum

Richard Drum

Senior Lecturer

Educational Leadership & Policy Studies


Office: MB 3.460

Telephone: 210.458.5724

Email: richard.drum@utsa.edu


Bio

I am a west Texas country boy who learned early that curiosity and education lead to opportunities, and that I wanted to be part of opening opportunities for others.  This led to Peace Corps service in Honduras, junior high teaching, work in a desegregation technical assistance center, community college administration in three states, adjunct college teaching at public and private colleges, and civic board service.  I have visited all fifty states and seventy-five countries.


Research

Collaboration and partnerships

Professional development

Continuous improvement

Community college history and current issues

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Events



Tejanas on the Home Front: Women, Bombs and (Re)Gendering of War in Mexican American WWII Literature

Tejanas on the Home Front: Women, Bombs and (Re)Gendering of War in Mexican American WWII Literature

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Time: 11:30 a.m.

Location: Main Campus

Building: McKinney Humanities 3.02.26


Explicit Reading Instruction: Creating STAAR Strategic Readers

Explicit Reading Instruction: Creating STAAR Strategic Readers

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Time: 1 - 4 p.m.

Location: The Burdick Community Center

Building: 121 Old San Antonio Rd., Boerne, TX


Indigenous Peoples’ Healing Practices: The Body-Land-Time in the Ceremony of Return

Indigenous Peoples’ Healing Practices: The Body-Land-Time in the Ceremony of Return

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Time: 4 p.m.

Location: Main Campus

Building: Business Building 2.06.04



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