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Name: Mr. Bruce Green
Position: Adjunct
Department: Academic Support Programs
E-mail: GreenB@hssu.edu
Phone: 314-340-3650
Office: 307 HGAB
   
Degrees Held:
Master of Education
University of Missouri St. Louis
Education Administration

 

Bio: Mr. Bruce Green, a product of St. Louis Public Schools is Adjunct and Assistant Principal at Carnahan High School of the Principal. As an eighth year educator, he is very outgoing and looks forward to further building upon the knowledge matrix of our youth. Some of his accomplishments are: he is a Ronald McNair Scholar, William L. Clay Scholar, Pathways Teacher Scholar, member of Alpha Chi and Kappa Mu Epsilon. Upon graduating Suma Cum Laude from Harris-Stowe State College, and successfully completing a Masters Degree in Education Administration at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, Green has worked with a number of non-profit agencies to assist youth in reaching their future aspirations. Green future plans include becoming a superintendent and a principal of an urban school distric.  Throughout the years, Green’s passion for children has assisted him in educating youth.
   
Courses:

Fundamentals of Algebra 1 (Bask 0036);
College Algebra/Trig (MATH 0135)

   
Publications:

A Look Back and A Look Ahead - St. Louis Internship Program;          

The Evolution of Calculating Devices - Ronald McNair Scholars

   
Presentations:

The Evolution of Calculating Devices - St. Louis University, August 2001;

The Evolution of Calculating Devices - Ronald McNair Scholars (Delevan,WS), August 2001;
                                                                                                                      Success in High School - St. Louis Public Schools - June 2005

   
Certifications:

9-12 Secondary Mathematics;
7-12 Principal

   
Awards:

Ronald McNair Scholar;
Pathways Teacher Scholar;
Alpha Chi;
Kappa Mu Epsilon;
William L. Clay Scholar