Director of The Early College
Dr. Steve Rosales was born and raised in Brownsville, Texas. He attended Texas A & M University in College Station where he received a Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Mathematics. He began his teaching career in 1991 at Simón Rivera High School teaching U.S. History, Algebra I, Geometry and Pre-Calculus. He received his Master of Education in Educational Administration from the University of Texas at Brownsville. In 2005, he received his doctorate from the University of Houston in Curriculum and Instruction. Dr. Rosales has fifteen years of public school experience and seven years in Higher Education as an administrator.
Much of Dr. Rosales’ work has been in promoting a college going culture in the school districts of Cameron and Willacy County as well as finding ways to remove barriers that prevent Latino students from receiving a post-secondary credential.
Most recently, the program he directed, the Mathematics and Science Academy, was nationally recognized by Excelencía in Education as a program that provides academic opportunities in higher education for Latino students.
K-12 Support Coordinator
Steve serves as K-12 Support Coordinator assisting the directors of The Early College and the High School Diploma Completion Initiative by providing leadership in data reporting, college and career readiness events, program evaluation and improvement, Summer Bridge, and student support services. Steve has a BS in Education/History from Missouri State University and a MAE in Curriculum and Instruction from Spring Arbor University. He has experience as an elementary teacher in grades 2-6, certified secondary teacher in social studies and math, university financial aid counselor, and private school principal.
Mr. Lincolnhol will be assisting with all of our logistics, data management and scheduling. If you have questions about the campus or procedures at LCC, he will be our go to person. Mr. Lincolnhol is a graduate of Lansing Community College and has a B.A. in Management from Northwood University and has been working in various positions at LCC for over 18 years. He looks forward to helping everyone involved in the program succeed.
Mr. Greenburg has taught both Advanced Placement English and English for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program at Eastern High School. Certified to teach English, History, and Anthropology, he holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan in Cultural Anthropology and an M.A. in Secondary Education from Aquinas College. In 2007 he earned his National Board Certification English Language Arts: Adolescence and Young Adulthood. He believes that STEM at the TEC will guide many of our thoughts and actions and will serve as the motivation for many of our students.
Mrs. Smith comes to us from Lansing Eastern High School where she was department chair. Ms. Smith also has a counseling degree and will be teaching College prep math. Mrs. Smith holds degrees from Hillsdale College and Spring Arbor University. For Mrs. Smith, STEM means a focus on curriculum areas that incorporate more projects into the learning. It will offer opportunities for students to explore these areas and see if they would like to have further experiences in these areas.
This is Mr. Boeve’s eighth year as an instructor of high school-aged students. He has taught at various places which include Lowell Area Schools, Countryside Academy in Benton Harbor, Marshall Academy, and this is his second year at The Early College. He holds a B.A. from the University of Michigan with majors in Social Studies and History and is currently 3 credits short of earning his M.A. in Instruction and Curriculum from Grand Valley State University. He loves teaching social studies because of all the real world applications. "Social Studies is a subject that is alive because history, political decisions, and current events are being made every day. I love having students make those real world connections in order to see that social studies really is worth studying and does have application to their lives."
David McCreight is a graduate of Lansing Community College with an Emergency Medical Technician Certificate and Chemistry Associate Degree, Bachelor of Science from Michigan Technological University, Masters of Science Degree from Michigan State University. He has taught Computers, Mathematics, Conceptual Physics, AP Physics B, and Biology in the Lansing School District. He is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Lansing Community College teaching Physics. He is a Program Coordinator in the Physics of Atomic Nuclei (Summer Science Program for High School Teachers and Students) at Michigan State University. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor in the Early College as a science instructor.