School of Education
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Instructor, Elementary Education and MARC Editor
KishaBorja-Quichocho was recently hired as the Editor for the Micronesian Area Research Center and an instructor in the School of Education. She also teaches courses in the Division of English and Applied Linguistics.
She received a BA in English from Hawai'i Pacific University, an MA in Pacific Islands Studies from the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, and an MA in Teaching from the University of Guam. Kishahas taught secondary level Language Arts courses in the GDOE.
Her research interests focus on Chamoruidentity, Pacific literature curriculum, and culturally relevant teaching. One interesting fact is that Kisha is also a host in the first Chamoru program for children called "Nihi!". She enjoys spending time with her daughter Lina'la'.
Associate Professor, Early Childhood Education
Dr. Camacho received a doctorate in Postsecondary and Adult Education in August 2007 from Capella University; a master of education in Special Education in May 1994 from UOG; a master of science in Speech Language Pathology in December 1989 from the University of Hawaii-Manoa; and a bachelor of arts in communication in May 1987 from UOG.
Camacho has over 25 years in the field - working as an educator and speech-language pathologist. She has written and received numerous grants and proposals to build education on Guam - from early childhood education to adult and career-technical education. She has also presented at regional national conferences in the field.
Associate Professor, TESOL
Dr. Evelyn Doman is the former Director of the English Language Centre at the University of Macau.
Evelyn received her doctorate in Applied Linguistics (with a concentration in Second Language Acquisition) from Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. She has taught ESL and EFL for the past 20+ years at various universities in Korea, Japan, the United States and Macau.
Her research interests include learner autonomy, Processability Theory, focus on form instruction, and teacher beliefs. She is particularly interested in the flipped language classroom and ways to promote independent learning both inside and outside the classroom.
Assistant Professor, Field Experience Coordinator
Physical Education, (Program Coordinator)
Assistant Professor, Administration & Supervision (Program Coordinator)
Dr. James is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education and the Program Chair for the Masters in Education School Administration and Supervision Program. She is also an Adjunct Professor for Argosy University/Hawaii’s doctoral education programs teaching graduate students in Guam, Hawaii, and American Samoa and chairing doctoral dissertation committees. Before coming to the University of Guam, Dr. James was an Associate Dean at the Guam Community College. Her professional career also includes over 25 years with the Guam Department of Education as a high school math teacher, school administrator, and Deputy Superintendent of Curriculum and Instructional Improvement.