Craig Feigenbaum

“I feel truly honored that it is my job to help these individuals move one step closer to accomplishing their goals and starting a new career."

Craig Feigenbaum, Biology Faculty at PCC Southwest

Craig Feigenbaum is a full-time faculty member who teaches Biology at the PCC Southwest campus in Mancos. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Ecology from Eastern Illinois University (2006) and a Master of Science in Biology from Colorado State University (2009). He has taught at numerous institutions during his career.

“In general, I think teaching is a very rewarding job, especially if you are passionate about the subject matter,” Feigenbaum said. “But teaching at PCC is by far my favorite place that I have ever worked, mostly because of the hard work and dedication that I see in PCC students year after year. Completing this coursework is definitely not an easy task.”
He notes that most of his students are pursuing a career in healthcare so his course is a fundamental part of their college education.

“I feel truly honored that it is my job to help these individuals move one step closer to accomplishing their goals and starting a new career,” said Feigenbaum.

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