Leinora Alimboyoguen

Adjunct Professor


Curriculum Vitæ

Education
MAB 305-A   C-115
837-8707
lalimboyoguen@sulross.edu

began her career with Sul Ross State University as an adjunct in 2020 and has 6 years of teaching experience. She Leinora is currently working on her Doctorate Degree at University of North Dakota in Educational Practice & Leadership specializing in Teacher Education and Educational Instructional Technology. Has obtained a Bachelor of Fine Art, Master of Art, and a Master of Education at Sul Ross State University. Leinora’s scholarly interests focuses on contemporary educational issues within public school and her research focuses on internalizing multiculturalism, mitigating poverty, and serving disabled students. 

She is highly experienced and committed to ensuring student success. She has a calm, patient manner, resourceful, creative, and have excellent management abilities. Offers individualized support and provides positive encouragement to ensure that each student succeeds within the course. A collaborative educator with outstanding communication and interpersonal skills to cultivate strong long lasting relationships with students.




Fall 2022

EDSR 3312 V01   Fine Arts in the Classroom        
 | Student Evaluation
EDUA 3307 W01   Technolgy in Instrctnl Setting        
 | Student Evaluation
EDUA 3312 V01   Fine Arts in the Classroom        
 | Student Evaluation



Spring 2022

ED 3307 W01   Technology in Instruct Setting        
ED 3312 Z01   Fine Arts in the Clsrm        
ED 5305 W01   Technology in the Educ Setting        
 | Student Evaluation



Fall 2021

ED 3307 W01   Technology in Instruct Setting        
ED 3312 001   Fine Arts in the Clsrm        
ED 3312 MC1   Fine Arts in the Clsrm        
ED 3312 Z01   Fine Arts in the Clsrm        



Spring 2021

ED 3307 W01   Technology in Instruct Setting        
ED 3312 Z01   Fine Arts in the Clsrm        
ED 5305 W01   Technology in the Educ Setting        
 | Student Evaluation



Fall 2020

ED 3307 W01   Technology in Instruct Setting        
ED 3312 W01   Fine Arts in the Clsrm