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1819 N. Main St.
San Antonio TX, 78212

Adjucnt Information: T. Ceremuga

Tom Ceremuga

Office: CAC 345F
Phone: 486-0841


Doctorate of Philosophy in Neuroscience
Uniformed Services University of the Health Science, Bethesda MD
Degree Granted: May 2003

Master of Science in Nursing with emphasis in Anesthesia Nursing
U.S. Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing
University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
Degree Granted: December 1995

Bachelor of Science in Nursing
University of Akron, OH
Degree Granted: May 1987

Bachelor of Psychology
Youngstown State University, OH
Degree Granted: June 1985

Associate Degree in Nursing
Youngston State University, OH
Degree Granted: June 1984

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Teaching Philosophy:

My philosophy on education is that everyone has special talents and gifts with the potential and ability to learn. My role as an educator is to be a catalyst for student learning and to optimize students for success. By establishing clear objectives, providing consistent teaching methods, constructive feedback, and individualized instruction I hope to unleash the passion for learning and challenge students to maximize their potential.

Why I became a Biologist:

I became a nurse and neuroscientist in order to better understand biochemistry, physiology, and pathophysiology of how our bodies function in order to help others.

What’s great about the Biology Department at San Antonio College?

I am honored to serve and be a part of the Biology Department at SAC and the Alamo Colleges District Network where our goal is to facilitate student success.

What is my schedule?

T. Ceremuga Schedule