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Marilyn Ribble

Lecturer of Communication

Office: SBSB 2204

Marilyn Ribble has 19 years experience teaching  General Education courses including GEO, GEL and GEW.  Her areas of interest include first year student retention, Undeclared Majors Community, promoting the university writing requirement and service.  She has served as a judge for the Student Research Competition  (10 years), and judged essays for the Common Read student essay competition.  She served two years on the GE Committee, and is currently elected to serve two years on Faculty Affairs Committee. As a facilitator for Osher Lifelong Learning, Inc., through Extended Studies (4 years) she has taught “Women’s Diaries of the Westward Movement” and “Catherine the Great” among other historical presentations.  She is currently the faculty advisor for Relay for Life.  She volunteered at Yosemite National Park for a week restoring an exhibit in the Indian Village.  As a Writing Professional, she has worked with students in the Writing Center at Mt. San Jacinto Community College and Palomar College.  Through the extension program of Palomar College, she taught Oral Communication to enlisted personnel at Camp Pendleton. Tutoring SAT and ACT to private students is something she has done for 8 years. A native of St. Louis, MO, she resides in Menifee.