Undergraduate instructor/International Studies Department Chair
John began working for Edmonds College’s International Division in 1999 and served for many years in the division’s Intensive English Program. He was eventually called on to instruct and develop coursework in Intercultural Communications. John’s extensive teaching experience abroad and in other parts of the U.S. has given him a strong understanding of the needs, challenges, and opportunities that face both international and native/local college students. John holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Linguistics.
Interests: travel, skiing, photography, languages and songwriting
Undergraduate Instructor and Senior Postdoctoral Fellow - IPI Religion Initiative, 2013 Cohort, Ph.D. 2017 Dissertation Project at the University of Washington’s Jackson School of International Studies
Randy began working for Edmonds College’s International Division in 2011 and has taught or co-taught over 25 courses in Religion, International Politics, History, Economics, and Intercultural Communication at various institutions. His students have ranged from ESL students at the community college level to mid-career professionals in graduate school. Randy has also served as the Academic Coordinator for the Master’s in Applied International Studies program at the Jackson School