Faculty Profiles


 
The adjunct faculty at Baltimore City Community College is a vibrant group of individuals who bring a wealth of knowledge, perspective, expertise and experience to classrooms across our campus. Our adjunct faculty hail from many walks of life – some work full-time in the fields in which they teach, some are full or part-time faculty at other institutions while others are in the process of completing graduate degrees. They all, however, share our commitment to providing high quality education to the residents or Baltimore City. Below, you will see just a small portion of what members of the adjunct faculty have to offer.
 
Ray Crawford
Ray Crawford is an alumnus of Baltimore City Community College whose excitement about the education he received here served as an inspiration to complete an M.S. in Social Sciences and Historical Studies at Towson University. He brings extensive experience as an educator. In addition to teaching at BCCC since 2009, he has also taught at Coppin State University and in public [Baltimore City] and private secondary schools at elementary through high school levels. We are pleased that Mr. Crawford has returned to teach African-American, American and World History.

Elias Kima  Elias Kima, MD, MPH, an alumnus of Baltimore City Community College holds an MD degree from the University of Sint Eustatius School of Medicine in the Netherlands-Antilles and an MPH from Walden University. He joined the college in August 2011 as a professor of Anatomy and Physiology. He is a certified medical laboratory scientist who has worked extensively in the field in various positions at the University of Maryland Medical Center. We welcome Dr. Kima back to Baltimore City Community College where he will continue to teach Anatomy & Physiology.

Romyche Pierre  Romyche Pierre, Ed.D. earned a doctorate from Morgan State University and Master’s in social work from University of Maryland and currently teaches graduate level courses at Walden University. Dr. Pierre is able to draw on her extensive experience as a social worker and case manager for adult psychiatric services as she guides students through fieldwork in the Allied Human Services program at Baltimore City Community College.




Chen Zhangyi   Chen Zhangyi has received degrees in Composition [M.M] and Music Theory Pedagogy [M.M] and is continuing studies toward a doctoral degree at the Peabody Institute. Mr. Chen is currently working on an opera commissioned by the Singapore Lyric Opera and will conduct the premiere in the summer of 2013. He has also collaborated with ensembles such as the London Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Cabrillo Festival Orchestra. Apart from composing, his other musical interests include conducting, teaching, and performing as a modern and baroque violinist. We welcome Mr. Chen to Baltimore City Community College where he will teach courses in Theory Fundamentals and Music Appreciation.