Name: Candice Artis
Department: Educational Programs
I began working with Paul D. Camp Community College in 2012 serving first as the In-School Youth Program Coordinator for the Emerging Scholars Program and subsequently as Adjunct Biology Faculty teaching Dual Enrollment Biology onsite at Lakeland High School. I hold a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Norfolk State University and a Master’s of Science degree from Virginia State University.
During my tenure at PDCCC, I also taught at Thomas Nelson Community College in Hampton, Virginia where I taught Human Biology, Foundations of Biology, Biology Laboratory, and General Biology. I have had the opportunity to not only teach in a traditional class setting, but also in a non-traditional class setting which has given me the ability to modify my instruction by applying differentiated techniques of teaching to insure the success of all my students.
My overall goal through my occupations at the college is to not only educate in the classroom, but to also prepare my students for outside of the classroom by equipping them with the ability to think critically and analytically. Through the opportunity to engage them, I can truly say that I have loved and I have thoroughly enjoyed every moment spent inside of the classroom teaching, and outside of the classroom mentoring. I look forward to contributing more of my skills, expertise, and talents to the college in the future.