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My name is De'
Marcus Jackson, and I teach Psychology at Columbia State Community
College. I am glad that you've visited my personal website. I created this personal website primarily for learners enrolled in my courses. Learners are welcome to explore this website and take advantage of
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Visitors, you are also welcome to explore this
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My Contact Info:
Office: CLEM 131 (Columbia) and LCC 116 (Lawrenceburg)
A grave and terrible injustice happened Saturday, July 13,
2013. A 17-year-old young teenager, Trayvon Martin, walking home with a
can of tea and bag of Skittles, was needlessly stalked and preyed on by
an overzealous "Police Officer" wannabe, George Zimmerman, and he was
murdered in cold blood. His life was taken and Zimmerman remains free to
Rest in peace, Trayvon Martin. May your brief life
be a reminder to ALL humankind that “a kingdom founded on injustice
never lasts" and "injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
Did you know that 1 in 4
Americans or 54 million people has a diagnosable mental health problem?
Be proactive about your mental health! Seek the necessary
treatment—psychotherapy and/or biomedical therapy—to recapture
your optimal mental health.
For learners enrolled at Columbia State
Community College, please take advantage of Student Success Counseling services. It may be the best free resource you've ever used.
a proud member of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT)
community, I definitely know how hard it is to cope effectively with the
issues and problems that are unique to our community. I "came out" when
I was 17-years-old, and although this was the most liberating event in
my life, it was only the beginning of a new journey of on-going
self-discovery. I am happy to provide currently
enrolled Columbia State learners who may be struggling with their gender
and sexual identity (or any person who would like more information on
issues related to the LGBT community) with good and practical information to assist them.
you would like to talk, feel free to stop by my office on
the Columbia main campus in the Clement Bldg. room 131 or on the
Lawrence County campus in room 116 to talk. You can also e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Linda Brunton,
professor of psychology, is a "Straight ally" and she is also available
to speak with LGBT learners and others who are interested in LGBT
issues. Vist her on the Columbia main campus in the Clement Bldg., room
121 or e-mail her at email@example.com
Additionally, Ms. Lacey Benns,
professor of speech, is also a "Straight ally" and is more than welcome
to speak to LGBT learners and others interested in LGBT issues. Visit
her on the Columbia main campus in the Hickman Bldg., room 147 or e-mail
her at firstname.lastname@example.org
"The Butterfly Circus"
"Temple Grandin: The World Needs All Kinds of Minds"