B.A., University of Toledo
M.A., University of Toledo
Liberal Studies Core, Western Civ I, II, & III, U.S. History I & II, Intro to Philosophy, Intro to Critical Thinking, English 060, English 100, Conversational Russian, Soviet History, Technology & Human Values, Technology & Human Values, Environmental Crises and Opportunities, Rock Music and American Consciousness, Philosophy of Time, A Sense of Place, AIDS: a Modem Plague, Community Service & Leadership, Lewis and Clark & the Core of Discovery, The City in Context, Shakespeare on Film, Environmental Crises and Opportunities, Media and Society, & Capstone Portfolio
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Over his nearly three decades of service, Professor Ewing was integral to the growth and development of the Verde Campus and his gonzo presence in the classroom and in the community have left an indelible mark on thousands of grateful students and dozens of colleagues.
From registering community members at the local grocery store to lecturing honors students in the. ruins of Athens' agora, Professor Ewing's dedication and enthusiasm were a benchmark for this institution.
Evidence of superior teaching, contributions to the Yavapai College community, and contributions to the communities of Yavapai County is as follows:
Awards: 2006-2007 Outstanding Innovation and Creativity in Teaching, 2007-2008 NISOD Excellence Award
Administration: From 1998-2002 Professor Ewing served as the Liberal Studies Coordinator on the Verde campus. Responsibilities included curriculum decisions, development, and scheduling.
Curriculum Development: With Professor Merrill Glustrom, proposed and implemented "Connections: Media and Society" to fulfill YC's Mission Statement for the existence of the new Student Newspaper.
Implementation of the LSC: Capstone Portfolio class for the Verde Campus
Assessment: PHI 101 course assessment project in conjunction with Nina Perlmutter.
Art Gallery Exhibition: 30 Year Retrospective Show of my Artwork, Verde Campus Art Gallery, Yavapai College, Clarkdale, AZ August-September 2010
Student Art Shows, Verde Campus; every spring in the 90s.
Paul Ewing retired in 2017 and was given Emeritus Faculty status in 2019.
"Diagnosis Plagiarism" Tutorial Video: Starred as "Mr. Teacher" in Yavapai College's award-winning documentary, "Diagnosis Plagiarism." March 2010
"Can You Accept the Challenge?" Commencement Address at Oak Creek Ranch School; May 1991
"Arm Chair Travel to Russia" lecture for Verde Campus "Older is Better Series, May 1991
Verde Valley Campus Faculty Commencement Address, May 1998
Host Speaker for Women's History Lyceum's showing of film
"Equality: A History of the Women's Movement in America," 2001
"Socrates' Commencement Address" First Graduation for Old Dominion University's Verde Valley Campus, December 2002
"Technology, Distance Learning, and Education," Videotaped interview with Thatcher Bohrman, February 2003
Verde Valley Campus Faculty Commencement Address, May 2007
"Transition" Address to the Y.C. Foundation, May 2008
"Comrade Stalin" for "Older is Better Series"
"Hubris, Empire, and War: The Nemeses of Athenian Democracy" for OLLI' s Brown Bag Brain Buzz, April 2015
"Compass Points Theory of American History" 10 Minute Video Produced by YC's Public Information Department, 2010
"All Quiet on the Eastern Front: The Untold History of Russia in World War I." Yavapai College's Interdisciplinary Symposium on World War I. November 6 and 8, 2014.
"Adventures of the Mind" Phi Theta Kappa Induction Ceremony, Faculty Speaker, 2015