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Brian Greene is MJC’s West Campus Librarian and the liaison to the Allied Health division. Originally from New York, Brian earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Plymouth State College in New Hampshire and a Master of Library and Information Science degree from the University of Washington in Washington State. Since 2006 Brian has been an academic librarian at community colleges in California and Oregon, working with students across all disciplines. In addition, Brian has librarianship experience at a four-year university, at a private environmental engineering firm, at research base in Antarctica, and at an urban public library. Outside of work Brian enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons, especially hiking and traveling.
Office: Yosemite Hall A235
Hello, my office is founders 160k. My office phone is 575-6266. I have been teaching for 26 years, this is my 15th year at MJC. I have a MEd in cross cultural education, and an MSc in Sociology from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland (UK). My area of expertise is population health and medicine. I also study and do fieldwork in population food behavior and structural agency. I have a keen interest in wellness as a class based dynamic.
I entered the profession of Respiratory Care in the “RT” program here at Modesto Junior College student in 1987. This was one of the best decisions of my life! I have held many roles from staff therapist, supervisor, educator, assistant manager, and interim director. I love teaching patients, nurses, students, and respiratory therapists. I volunteered in the community providing asthma education and tobacco cessation programs both in Stanislaus County and Sacramento. I helped to build a COPD Readmission Prevention Program and enjoyed working in a pediatric cystic fibrosis clinic. I had the pleasure of speaking at the AARC and two of my favorite lectures included: “Making the Grade! Do You Have a Respiratory Department Clinical Educator?” and “Do We Really Want Educated Patients?” I followed my passion for teaching and now work full time at MJC as Director of Clinical Education for the Respiratory Care program.
Janet Fantazia, MHS, RRT, AE-C
Director of Clinical Education Respiratory Program
Office: (209) 575-6381
Office: Founders Hall 120K
Dr. Bonnie Hunt, EdD, MPA, RRT
Program Director, Respiratory Care
Office: Glacier Hall, 105
Phone: (209) 575-6388
I began my career in Respiratory Care after graduating from Loma Linda University in 1985. After practicing Respiratory Care for a year at a community hospital in Lodi, California, I started working at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Stockton, California where I continue to work per diem a few days a month. Over the span of 30 years, I have had opportunity to complete a Master’s in Public Administration in 2007 and an EdD in Educational Leadership in 2015, both at California State University, Stanislaus. I began teaching at Modesto Junior College in the spring of 2009 and have discovered a passion for teaching. I feel truly blessed to have had the opportunity to both practice and teach Respiratory Care. I whole-heartedly believe that the development of skilled and knowledgeable Respiratory Care practitioners promotes a sense of professionalism and confidence within the healthcare community and for the patients we serve.
Dr. Charles is a retired police sergeant, having served 27 years as a police officer in Colorado. Her experience in the police culture gives her a unique, boots on the ground, approach in the law enforcement world as well as other “first responder” cultures.
In 2005, Dr. Charles received her doctorate from Saybrook University in Health Psychology, focusing on Health Risk Factors in the police community, specifically in the area of health and spirituality. Ginger retired from police work in 2013 after living in the "petri dish" and relocated to Northern California to continue research, writing, and consultancy in the law enforcement culture. Dr. Charles teaches psychology courses at MJC, focusing on the applicability of the science of psychology in our daily lives.
The focus of Dr. Charles’ research, teaching, and writing is based in self-care. It is her belief that our ability to take care of ourselves directly influences our ability to care for others.
I am looking forward to working with you in the Respiratory Care Baccalaureate program. We’ll work collaboratively to construct an engaging environment, while discussing and critically analyzing prominent communication issues within healthcare. I've been teaching full time in the Communication Studies Department at Modesto Junior College since 1994. I started teaching online in 1999. Before my teaching career began, I was an organizational consultant in the Metropolitan Detroit area. I earned a Masters of Arts in Organizational Communication from Wayne State University and a Bachelor of Science from Central Michigan University. I also have completed two certification programs for online instruction with CSU Hayward in 1999 and @ONE in 2015. One of the highlights of my career has been teaching in Thailand for a summer. I’m sure this experience will be another.
Modesto Junior College Communication Studies Department
435 College Ave.
Modesto, CA 95350
Phone: (209) 575-6343
Email: Respiratory Care
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