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Sarahí Morales

smorales@zamorano.edu
Director of the General Studies Department
Associate Professor

Education:
– Ph.D. Communications and Agricultural Education, Texas Tech University, United States of America.
– M.Sc. in Agricultural Education, Texas Tech University, United States of America.
– Engineer in Food Agroindustry, Escuela Agrícola Panamericana, Zamorano, Honduras.

Undergraduate:
Knowledge Management

Graduate:
Teaching Methods and Agricultural Education.

Areas of research:
– Evaluation of the effectiveness of intervention programs.
– Multidisciplinarity of food security considering cultural aspects, behaviors and attitudes.
– Agricultural extension.
– Leadership in agriculture.
-Evaluation of the effectiveness of programs and human dimensions of agricultural development.
-Multidisciplinarity of food security.
-Extension, communications and leadership in agriculture.

Alejandra López

aalopez@zamorano.edu
Jefa de Vida Estudiantil
Coordinadora de Deportes

Education:
– Bachelor of Physical Education and Sports, International School of Physical Education and Sports, Cuba.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– Physical Education and Sports.

Areas of research:
– Coach of Honduran national teams in youth and senior handball, 2012- 2017.
– Coach of men’s and women’s university teams, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Francisco Morazán, 2012- 2018.

Ana Elizabeth Hernández

aehernandez@zamorano.edu
Assistant Professor

Education:
– MA in Teaching English as a Second Language, Central Michigan University, United States of America.
– B.A. in English language teaching option, Universidad de El Salvador.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– English I – IX.

Elvia Falope

falope@zamorano.edu
Assistant Professor

Education:
Industrial Electrical Engineer, National Autonomous University of Honduras.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– Linear Algebra.
– Precalculus.
– Differential calculus.

Esther Carolina Euceda

eeuceda@zamorano.edu
Assistant Professor

Education:
B.A. in Foreign Languages with Orientation in Teaching English as a Foreign Language from the National Autonomous University of Honduras.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– English I – IX.

Gladys Menjivar

gmenjivar@zamorano.edu
Associate Professor

Education:
– PhD in Social Sciences with orientation in Development Management, National Autonomous University of Honduras.
– Master in Social Demography, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras.
– Teacher of Secondary Education in Social Sciences at the undergraduate level, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Francisco Morazán, Honduras.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– Sociology.

Areas of research:
– Gender diagnosis of the country, INAM, Honduras.
– Sociodemographic diagnosis of the municipality of Santa Lucia, Francisco Morazán, Honduras.
– Sociodemographic diagnosis of the municipality of Namasigue, Choluteca, Honduras.
– Infant and child mortality in 16 municipalities of the tourist corridor of Honduras.
– Participation and empowerment, the road to sustainability of rural women’s cooperatives in Honduras.

Glauco López

glopez@zamorano.edu
Assistant Professor

Education:
– Ph.D. in Natural Sciences, Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, Austria.
– M.Sc. in Mathematics, Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela.
– B.Sc. in Mathematics, Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– Integral calculus.
– Differential calculus.

Areas of research:
– Mathematics with particular interest in the area of Algebra.
– Symbolic Computing with particular interest in the area of Computer Algebra and in the subarea of Differential Algebra.
– Gröbner bases and applications with particular interest in Robotics.

Jessy Ortiz

jortiz@zamorano.edu
Assistant Professor

Education:
– Master in Teaching and Acquisition of English as a Foreign/Second Language, Universitat Rovira I Virgil, Spain.
– B.A. in Foreign Languages with orientation in English Teaching, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras, Honduras.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– English I – IX.

Areas of research:
– Teaching and learning English as a foreign/second language.
– Culture and communication of English as a foreign/second language.

José Sosa

jlsosa@zamorano.edu
Assistant Professor

Education:
– Professor of Secondary Education, Teaching English at the undergraduate level, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Francisco Morazán, Honduras.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– English I to IX.

Josué Molina

jmolina@zamorano.edu
Associate Professor

Education:
– D.Sc. en Ciencias – Física, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
– M.Sc. in Physics, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
– Licenciado en Física, National Autonomous University of Honduras.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– Integral calculus.
– Physics.
– Differential calculus.

Areas of research:
Particle Physics, CP Violation, Amplitude Analysis, Partial Wave Analysis, Dalitz Plot, Flavor Physics, Hadronic Physics, Semi-leptonic Decays, Dark Matter Sources, Theoretical Physics, Retrocausality, Quantum Fundamentals, Wave Function Collpase, Quantum Decoherence

Ludovic Boully

lboully@zamorano.edu
Associate Professor

Education
– PhD in Chemistry, Université de Rouen, France.
– M.Sc. in Chemistry, Université de Rouen, France.
– B.Sc. in Chemistry, Université de Rouen, France.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– General chemistry.
– Inorganic chemistry.
– Organic chemistry.

Areas of research:
– Organic chemistry (sustainable chemistry, natural products, chemical ecology).
– Biotechnology (biopolymers, biopesticides, biofuels, bioremediation).
– Nanotechnology (catalysis, chemosensors, microfluidics).

Nadya Portillo

nportillo@zamorano.edu
Assistant

Education:
– Bachelor of Arts with orientation in Linguistics, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Francisco Morazán, Honduras.

Courses:
– Spanish I.
– Spanish II.
– Technical Writing.

Areas of research:
– Development of basic competencies for linguistic and literary communication.
– Strengthening of linguistic production and comprehension practices for personal and professional performance.

Norman Flores

nflores@zamorano.edu
Assistant Professor

Education:
Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Francisco Morazán, Honduras.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– Linear Algebra.
– Precalculus.
– Differential calculus.

Nic Zimmer

nzimmer@zamorano.edu
Assistant Professor

Education:
– Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Spring Arbor University, United States of America.
– B.Sc. in Education, major concentration in mathematics and minor concentrations in elementary physics and athletic training, Central Michigan University, United States of America.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– English I – IX.

Paul Stufkens

pstufkens@zamorano.edu
Associate Professor

Education:
– Bachelor of Arts in Teaching English as a Second Language, Trinity College, UK.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– English I – IX.

Rafael Flores

rroque@zamorano.edu
Associate Professor

Education:
– M.A. in Spanish, University of Missouri-Columbia, United States of America.
Minor in Contemporary Philosophy, University of Missouri-Columbia, United States of America.
– B.A. in Social Sciences, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Francisco Morazán, Honduras.
Professor of Secondary Education, Escuela Superior del Profesorado, Francisco Morazán.

Courses:
Undergraduate
– Spanish I.
– Spanish II.
– Technical Writing.

Areas of research:
– Ten books published.
– About to publish a book of short stories “Myths and legends of Zamorano”.
– Field research, oral traditions.
– Publication of a text on Philosophy of Education.
– About to publish a book of pedagogical stories “Recuerdos prestados” (Borrowed memories).

Instructors

Cristhian Lituin

clituin@zamorano.edu
Assistant

Education:
– B.S. in Biology, National Autonomous University of Honduras.

Courses:
– Laboratory of Cell Biology and Physiology
– Organismal Biology Laboratory
– Laboratory of General Microbiology

Areas of research:
– Atmospheric pollution produced by fuel combustion, and the effects that these have on human health.
– Socioeconomic study on the relative density of Rubus miser lieb in the Monserra Biological Reserve, Honduras.
– Appropriate management plan in cases of snake bites.

Juana Espinoza

jayestas@zamorano.edu
Instructor

Education:
– Bachelor of Arts in English Teaching, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Francisco Morazán, Honduras.

Courses:
– English I to IX.

Areas of research:
– Methodology for the development and evaluation of communicative, linguistic and sociocultural skills in English teaching at the higher education level.
– Methodology for innovation in the development of collaborative learning in English teaching.
– Professional development for teacher empowerment in English language teaching.

Lucy Barahona

labarahona@zamorano.edu
Instructor

Education:
– PhD in Chemical Sciences and Pharmacy (in the academic degree of licenciatura), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras.

Courses:
– General Chemistry Laboratory.
– Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory.
– Organic Chemistry Laboratory.

Areas of research:
– Learning and teaching in chemistry.
– Strategies and tools for teaching practical classes.
– Pharmacognosy.

Yadira Andrade

yandrade@zamorano.edu
Instructor

Education:
– Master in Food Processing, National University of Engineering, Nicaragua.
– Industrial Chemical Engineer, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras.

Courses:
– Organic Chemistry Laboratory.
– Biochemistry Laboratory.
– Physics Laboratory.

Areas of research:
– Laboratory analysis and controls.
– Physico-chemical and quality processes in the food industry.