Dr. Rodriguez Amaya is an educator with more than 15 years of experience working with undergraduate students in higher education. She believes that teaching bears the responsibility of inspiring and instilling learning curiosity in students. For this to be accomplished, the learning environment must be inclusive,relevant, and safe for all students.
Dr. Scott Brown manages community service, service-learning, and undergraduate research programs in the Center for Experiential Learning and Career Success. Specifically, he advises the Trinity University Volunteer Action Community (TUVAC) student organization and the Tiger Breaks (Alternative Break) program, manages the Community-based Federal Work Study program, provides faculty support for service-learning initiatives, and coordinates the undergraduate research program.
Internships: A.L.E., Humanities, Sciences, & Sport Management
I graduated from Trinity in 1995 with a B.A. in Religion and Communication. After graduation I worked at the University of Maryland for five years. Working in the shadow of the District of Columbia had a significant impact on my worldview and my personal growth.