Dr. A’s Teaching Assignments
In a period of 10 years, Dr. A has taught 43 different different college courses, which is a disproportional number of classes for any college professor to teach in this time period. He has graciously accepted constant assignment overload to help his departments. He is currently teaching DIGM 365 — Innovation And Social Media, COMM 354 — Intercultural Communication, COMM 250 — Basics of Digital Photography, COMM 270 — Web Design, COMM 331 — Photojournalism, and COMM 300 — Research Methods at Lee University’s Department of Communication Arts.
Dr. A’s Advising Agenda
Dr. A is currently producing daily content on social in an attempt to help students to understand that failure shouldn’t define who anybody is especially in the short term. He himself has struggled as a student in Brazil and through patience and a lot of hard work, he turned his life around.
Dr. A’s Research Expertise
Dr. A’s “No Box” Initiatives
In an attempt to spread the message of TechnoModeration to the millennial generation, Dr. A has partnered with Jose Valentino, a Multi-Latin Grammy nominee in order to produce the TechnoModeration rap song. The song is found below.
Dr. A: The Caring Professor
Dr. Almeida is a college professor who cares and is constantly interacting with students in order to better serve and find the best in them. It isn’t atypical for him to stop in the middle of the hallway and start speaking with students, literally. He takes this approach in order to expose students to his personality outside the classroom, which he believes is one of the most important things students should know in a university — that professors have a life and personality outside the classroom.
- Dr. A And Students At Lee University
- Dr. A And Thaddeus At Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Almeida is one of those professors who enjoy working with students and give them the opportunity to meet the right people so that they can get jobs by the time they graduate. The photography below was taken at the Bradley County Chamber of Commerce after his class worked with the Bradley County Health Council, a non-profit organization sponsored by the governor of Tennessee. Two students represented the class to the Healthier Tennessee Board. The board was very impressed with his student’s work.
- Dr. A And Students In Cleveland, TN
- Dr. A And Students, Chattanooga, TN
Dr. A: The Latino Professor
He has also contributed to the Praeger Handbook of Latino Education in the U.S., was acclaimed by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review as “Newsmaker” for his work with technology, and has served as a quantitative researcher for the multi-million dollar Classrooms For the Future (CFF) and Enhancing Education Through Technology grants. Dr. A isn’t against technology or media development.
Much for the contrary. He is an experienced technology producer who has designed and developed a wide variety of media artifacts. However, he does understand the implications of technological overuse and isn’t shy about speaking about its side effects.
Dr. A: The Good Citizen Professor
Dr. A is a good department citizen who celebrates his colleague’s victories and is often seen on campus speaking with professors from different departments. He finds enjoyment in collaborating with peers and seeing his institutions succeed. Always smiling and with a positive attitude, Dr. A is truly an unique kind of college professor.
Dr. A: The Professor Who Continues To Learn
One heck of a guy who has a PhD from Penn State and executive education training (professional development) in leadership from Harvard University, He doesn’t attempt to change people… He empowers them to discover their very best. Possessing the gift of exhortation, Dr. A is students best cheerleader and encourager.
Dr. Almeida is a dedicated community man who is involved with leadership training with Rotary International. An former member at the Ridgeland/Madison and Indiana Rotary Clubs, Dr. A prides itself with serving above self.
- Harvard University
- Rotary Club Leadership Institute
- Cleveland Media Association
- Church’s Choir