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Course Listing - by Instructor

Name Biography
Kimberly Cannon
S. Raj Chaudhury Dr. S. Raj Chaudhury is the Director of the USA Indian Music Ensemble. He trained in classical and semi-classical music in India and was the founding director of the Auburn University Indian Music Ensemble. A vocalist by training, he also plays tabla (drums) and the harmonium (organ).
April DuPree-Taylor In her position as an assistant professor and basic course director in the Department of Communication at the University of South Alabama, April DuPree Taylor teaches communication courses to undergraduate and graduate students. She also works extensively with graduate students and part-time teaching faculty to develop instruction and assessment material for the basic public speaking course. Her scholarly interests include communication apprehension and its effects on delivering effective public speeches.
Janice Gandy
Ed2Go Instructor
Chantel Juery
Vincent Lawson Vincent Lawson has taught for the USA Center for Continuing Education Photography program for many years. He began his interest in photography while in the Air Force. After the birth of his daughters, he became a serious photography student, learning as much as he could. He completed the USA Center for Continuing Education Photography Certificate program and later began to teach for the program. He has won several photography awards and is a past President of Camera South. Vincent is a very creative photographer and a favorite instructor among students.
Marianne Loes
Mrs. Loes' academic and practice interests lie where technology and business meet, which includes Digital Marketing and Online Education.

Education

M.B.A., Marketing Concentration, Auburn University

B.S. Business Administration, Marketing & E-Commerce, University of South Alabama
Martha Matherne
Alexandria Ruble
Steven Shotts
Robert Taylor
Hoai Tran Francis Hoai Tran is a master of Kung Fu and Tai Chi with over 40 years of training and teaching experience. He's had extensive training and practice in the healing arts of Qigong, Tai Chi, and Oriental Medicine.