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Applied Technologies Department Faculty - School of Trades, Technology, Sustainability and Professional Studies

Phyllis Baca
Department Chair, Computer and Information Technology Department

Jeremy Mier
Faculty, Computer and Information Technology Department

Jeremy Mier holds a B.B.A. with a concentration in management of information systems from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque NM, and an M.B.A. from the College of Santa Fe. He has been teaching at SFCC since 2002 and has previous experience as an academic adviser at the University of New Mexico for the Bachelor of University Studies Program. Jeremy has also taught economics at New Mexico Highlands University. Jeremy teaches introductory computer science classes as well as, hardware and software fundamentals, object-oriented programming, and AutoCAD.

Judy A. Pino
Faculty, Computer and Information Technology Department

Judy A. Pino holds an A.S. in biological/physical science from Santa Fe Community College, a B.S. in mathematics from New Mexico Highlands University and an M.S. in media arts and computer science from New Mexico Highlands University. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in educational technology. Although she worked at Los Alamos National Lab, her passion is in teaching and technology. She has served in the field of education over ten years as a GED instructor, high school math/computer science teacher, and as a university instructor. Judy teaches various computer science courses and is involved in many programs dedicated to promoting education. Judy hopes to inspire students to be proactive learners and embrace technology as a tool for enriching lives.

For more information, please contact the School of Trades, Technology, Sustainability and Professional Studies, 505-428-1388, info@sfcc.edu.

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