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American Government > Curricula Vitae


Dr. Kenneth Bruce McCullough


Texas A&M University, Ph.D. (1992), American History with minor in political science

Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, Washington, D.C. and Bologna, Italy, M.A. (1971), International Relations (political science, history, and economics)

University of Texas at Austin, B.A. (1969), Liberal Arts (Plan II Honors Program with Economics specialization)


Blinn College, Government and History Professor, Economics Instructor, 1983-2012

Part-time Instructor of Government, Brookhaven College, Dallas Community College, Spring and summer 1983

Part-time Instructor of Government, Cooke County College, Lewisville, Texas, Summer 1983

Part-time Instructor of Government, Mountain View College, Dallas Community College, Summer 1983

Teacher of History and Government, Cistercian Preparatory School, Irving, Texas, 1982-1983.

Teacher of History and Government, St. Mary's Hall, San Antonio, Texas, 1980-1981

Teacher of EcoPol and French, Holland Hall School, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1972-1980