MA, Cultural and Historical Studies
From my childhood days in Fresno to my current job at Salesian, most of my personal and professional life has been spent in educational settings. During college I studied International Relations and Spanish with the aspiration to travel the world and learn as much as I could. This led me to several countries in Central and South America as well as many different places in the American West and ultimately to graduate school where I continued in my desire to learn more about the world, especially its many cultures and belief systems.
After I received my Master’s degree, I began teaching at Salesian so that I could share my fascinations with students. I have been teaching World Religions, Social Justice, and Ethics at Salesian since 2008. I also coordinate the Service Learning Program as well as the Salesian Outdoor Adventure Club.
In my spare time, I like to read, cook, and spend as much time as possible outside.
Timothy J. Chambers
Elizabeth Liz Darr
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