My road in life has taken me all over.
First, graduated high school
Went to college
Graduated from college
Went to Grad School and graduated
Became a professor and taught many subjects
Taught abroad
Earned grants
Happily retired


High School
Anaheim Union High School
History, General
California State University, Fullerton
Historiography of the Castroite Revolution
California State University, Fullerton
American Government, Comparative Politics and International Relations
University of California, Riverside
Education and Computers
National University, San Diego


Retired professional emeritus

I taught the introductory course in history and political science at San Diego City College for 43 years.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Teaching / Mentoring

Day to Day

When I was a professor, I would begin my classes and encourage my students to learn how to write and keep learning until they understood a concept. At the end of each class, I would end with: "Be you, there is no one else like you."

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for high school students

First, figure out what you would like to do in your life. As you start this path, keep going and keep pushing to pursue what you like.

Recommended Education

My career is not related to what I studied. I'd recommend this path instead:

Do what you enjoy yourself


The Noise I Shed

From Friends:

"I have been told that my major choice was "dumb." However, I kept going because I enjoyed doing it. "

Challenges I Overcame

School Stress


Why did you choose to attend CSUF

Asked by Melanie at CSUF

MrC Clowers lived in the Orange County Area and decided on CSUF

Why did you choose your major?

Asked by Melanie at CSUF

He choose History because of his grandfather. He also had an interest about what happened in our past. Mr. Clowers was a math major before, but he switched because he did not like the idea of "showing work", when he could solve it on his own.

What did you do after Fullerton

Asked by Melanie at CSUF

He decided to get his masters at CSUF aswell.

What was your first job after college

Asked by Melanie at CSUF

Social Worker

What is some advice you give to college students?

Asked by Melanie at CSUF

Mr. Clowers says to keep asking why. He also advises to "be you, there is no one else like you".

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