Spring 2021

Section 4331 of ENGL50
English 1A Support Course -- : Feb 01 - May 16 2021
The above section offers students support in college-level reading, writing, and critical thinking skills to help them succeed in English 1A. Students who enroll in English 50 are automatically co-enrolled in English 1A with the same instructor.

Section 4393 of ENGL5
Advanced Composition and Critical Thinking -- : Jan 20 - May 21 2021

Section 4772 of ENGL1A
College Composition -- : Feb 01 - May 16 2021
The above section of English 1A is a co-requisite for English 50. Students are automatically enrolled in both English 1A and English 50 with the same instructor. English 50 offers students support in college-level reading, writing, and critical thinking skills to help them succeed in English 1A.

Fall 2020

Section 2482 of ENGL1A
College Composition -- : Aug 31 - Dec 11 2020

Section 2789 of ENGL1A
College Composition -- : Sep 01 - Dec 11 2020
The above section is a late start class.

Summer 2020

Section 8116 of ENGL1A
College Composition -- : Jun 15 - Aug 09 2020
After registering for this class, click on the section number to find any available online course material. This section will include optional online meetings, details will be shared in the course syllabus. VA Approved

Section 8869 of ENGL1A
College Composition -- : Jun 15 - Aug 06 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Wright Institute

2019 Master of Arts, Counseling Psychology

 

California State University, Northridge

2000 Master of Arts, English Literature

1995 Bachelor of Arts, English Literature

 

Academic Experience
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A San Francisco native Los Angelino, former Berkeleyite and now Marinite, Tristan (MA, AMFT) has been instructing College English as an adjunct at more than ten California Community Colleges and two California State Universities. He has just earned his MA (2019) in Counseling Psychology from The Wright Institute in Berkeley. He enjoys incorporating into his college reading and writing courses pro-social Happiness Practices learned from the edx MOOC “The Science of Happiness,” giving college students the opportunity to practice their academic habits of mind and critical thinking skills as they summarize and analyze articles about gratitude, altruism, compassion, empathy, forgiveness, happiness, and mindfulness. Other reading and writing themes include Food, Nature, Mind, and Environment. He has also participated in an MA program in live-food nutrition under world-leading, live-food medical doctor and spiritual nutrition expert, Gabriel Cousens.  He continues to discover the need for deeper knowledge in wellbeing and participated in a 200-hour yoga teacher training at Yoga Mountain Studio in Fairfax, CA.  He enjoys being in nature, playing drums, and writing poetry.

Work and Consulting Experience
Professional Areas of Interest

Mental well-being

Mind, Body, and Environment; Social Justice; Aesthetics

 

 

 

Professional Involvement and Community Service

Marriage and Family Therapist Registered Associate at Holos Institute, home of Ecopsychology, in San Francisco.