Adam Juarez (TC ’05, BA ’03) is a tech integration coach at Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District.
In the summer of 2017, he was named a Google Certified Innovator, making him one of 1,700 certified innovators among the millions of educators worldwide using GSuite.
Lynch is also a pianist and an educator in music, English, and history. Nichols, was a refrigeration engineer and her mother, Lena D. At the age of 18, Lynch began teaching private piano.
She continued her musical study to earn a Master of Music in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from Arizona State University in 1976. Her fiction also has been published in Seventeen, The San Joaquin Review, The Baltimore Review, Confrontation, Writers' Forum, Highway 99: a Literary Journey through California’s Great Central Valley, Tribute to Orpheus 2, and elsewhere.
Employed by Visalia Unified School District from 1999-2014, Lynch taught English and history at the middle school and high school levels.
She was the director of the Tulare County Office of Education Teen Fiction Writers’ Workshop in spring, 2015.
In this Web site you will find information about both our course offerings, how to become a history major or minor, as well as about our graduate program and our certificate in public history.
Browsing our faculty biographies you will discover why our faculty is one of the most honored on campus for its scholarship, teaching, and service.
Welcome to the History Department of California State University, Chico, located on the top floor of Trinity Hall in the heart of the campus.
We are a community engaged in that most serious and intellectually rewarding of pursuits, the study of the past, the living past, that continues to shape our present and our future.