Jenn Wilson-Gonzalez, M.A. | Office: LS-M | Phone: (805) 678-5269 | Email: email@example.com
Professor Jenn Wilson-Gonzalez began teaching at Oxnard College in the fall of 2017. She currently teaches courses on American history, Mexican American history, the history of Mexico, and the history of women in the US, world history, and Latin American history. She also serves as the Oxnard College Honors Program Coordinator.
Prior to Oxnard College, Professor Wilson-Gonzalez taught at Mt. San Antonio College, Santa Ana College, and the University of California, Riverside. She has also taught courses on CSET preparation (US and World History), and has presented at various conferences, panels, workshops, and events. Professor Wilson-Gonzalez earned her B.A. from UCLA (2009), and completed her graduate work at UCR (2012). Her Honors thesis at UCLA examined the selling of the 1932 Olympic Games in Los Angeles through the promise of escapism via Hollywood, and won her the Carey McWilliams Award and Highest Honors. Her graduate thesis argued for the historic preservation of particular 20th-century Los Angeles buildings and spaces.
As a beneficiary of the community college, and as a “non-traditional” student, Professor Wilson-Gonzalez understands the numerous and diverse obstacles that many community college students face. She is dedicated to providing the scaffolding, knowledge, and encouragement required to help prepare her students to achieve their educational, career, and personal goals.