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Bill Cox, M.A.

Distance Learning Placement Coordinator, Adjunct Professor

Professor Bill Cox has been a faculty member since 2011. He believes that one of William Penn’s strongest characteristic is its diversity. He has seen this attribute broaden the horizons of students and faculty, and create a greater tolerance and understanding of one another. Professor Cox has been able to create lasting relationships with his advisees and students and tries to keep that relationship strong even after they are no longer taking his courses.

He appreciates William Penn University’s commitment to its students and tries to embody that in all of his interactions with them. Students come to the university with a variety of educational backgrounds and Professor Cox focuses on getting his students on a path to success with goals they can achieve. He tries to incorporate various methods for his courses and lectures not only to keep students focused, but to give them ideas of how they will need to keep their own students engaged in their future classrooms.

O: 641-673-2128

  • B.A., History, University of Northern Iowa
  • M.A., Counseling, Truman State University
  • C.A.S., Iowa State University
  • Social Foundations of Education
  • General Secondary Methods
  • Introduction to Education
  • Educational Psychology
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