Stephen is member of the History Department here at CGCC. He has two master's degrees, an MA in History (concentration in United States History, minor in European History) from the University of Texas in San Antonio and a MA in Liberal Arts (concentration in early United States History) from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. He has a juris doctor (JD) from Southern Methodist University School of Law. In addition, he has a Bachelor's Degree in History, minor in Classics (Greek and Roman) from the University of Texas in Austin, Texas. Stephen taught at the University of Texas in San Antonio and several other colleges in Texas for eight years before moving to CGCC in the summer of 2009. He teaches a variety of courses, including the History of United States Women and US History from colonial times until the present. Prior to teaching, Stephen practiced law law in Dallas, Texas handling over a thousand cases including family law, criminal law and various business matters, including dozens of jury trials.
University of Texas San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas
Masters of History, 2007
Masters program with a concentration in United States history, minor in European History.
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
Masters of Liberal Arts, 1995
Broad-based Masters program with a concentration in history, primarily of the United States.
Southern Methodist University School of Law, Dallas, Texas
Juris Doctor in Law, 1988
University of Texas at Austin
Bachelors Degree, Major in History, minor in Classics, 1985