B.S.W., Colorado State University
B.A., California State University
M.A., California State University
|Classes Taught||Human Sexuality, Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to Sociology, Personality Development, Psychology of Personal Growth, Social Problems, Suicide & Crisis Intervention, Western Civilization|
Govedich, Stephen C. III. Attitudes Toward the Appropriate Functions of Higher Education in Relation to Academic Major. MA thesis. California State University, Sacramento, 1970. Print.
Mr. Steve Govedich taught at Yavapai College from 1981 to 2003. During his twenty two years of service at Yavapai College he was an instructor of Psychology and Sociology courses, and a Liberal Studies Core instructional team member for a variety of Connections and Western Civilization courses (Evolution and Creation, Science and Pseudoscience, Guns and American Culture, Space Exploration and American Culture, and AIDS the Modern Plague). He developed and taught four new courses:
He also served as the Social Science Coordinator, General Education Coordinator, Division Chair, and finally as Divisional Assistant Dean for Liberal Arts. In addition to his instructional and administrative duties, he was continuously active in the Faculty Association and served on numerous ad hoc committees in service to the college community. His lengthy list of accomplishments below attests to his commitment to teaching and service to Yavapai College.
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Mr. Govedich was recognized for his contributions to the college and named Emeritus Faculty May, 2009
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