Hospitality – Larimer Campus
Teresina is the Hospitality Program Director at the Larimer campus. She has experience working in higher education as well as the Hospitality industry. Teresina started at Front Range Community College as a Career Counselor/Academic Advisor in 2006, and moved into her current position in 2011. Teresina is also the co-owner of DP Dough in Fort Collins and Greeley, where calzones are the specialty.
I believe that I must understand how my students think and reason about the content. I believe that it is my role to provide an environment that allows students to work on issues and problems without fear or failure. I believe that teaching is collective rather than an individual incident. I believe that when a student is able to make meaning of the classroom lesson through direct experience, they gain the confidence and knowledge to further their skills.
- Introduction to Hospitality
- Service Management
- Planning for Special Events
- Convention Management
- Introduction to Food and Beverage
Fall 2011 Full-time hospitality instructor at Front Range Community College
Fall 2004 Part-time connections seminar instructor at Aims Community College
Fall 1999 Part-time freshman seminar instructor at Old Dominion University
Old Dominion University, Education, M.S., 1999
Old Dominion University, B.S., 1996