Professor, Earth & Atmospheric Science
Professor Alonzo has a diverse background that includes geoscience, information technology, emergency medical science, and public health. He has a B.S. in Geoscience (major meteorology), M.S. in Geoscience, M.S. in Nutrition and Health Science, and he's just finished a M.S. in Information Technology. He also holds numerous professional certifications and licenses, ranging from healthcare and emergency medical to information technology. Students love his very diverse background, expertise, enthusiasm, and unique course experiences.
Alonzo is a highly recommended professor at multiple colleges. He teaches earth and space science, meteorology, oceanography, environmental science, geology, first aid, and public health. He’s been writing science and technology articles for various outlets for the past ten years -- and loves to discuss current events.
Ben’s unique technology expertise allows him to incorporate the latest industry technology practices into the classroom, which better prepares students for the challenging workforce of today. He is the CEO of a tech firm. His tech background includes computer programming, network systems, wireless communications, desktop support, and web development. He’s worked for some of the biggest names in the tech industry, including IBM, Intuit, and NCR. He's also a pilot that loves producing video, plays guitar, and loves the gym.
*Contact this professor via email for public speaking opportunities.
Professor Ben Alonzo
Mail Code 3-23
701 N Econlockhatchee Trail
Orlando, FL 32825
|East Campus - Science Building|
Office hours vary/TBD. Contact via email for requests.
Related course links:
Ben's website ULTRATechLife.com
Florida Department of Health: http://www.floridahealth.gov
National Climatic Data Center: http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/
National Hurricane Center: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov
National Weather Service: http://www.weather.gov
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: http://www.cdc.gov
US Environmental Protection Agency: http://www.epa.gov
US Geological Survey: http://www.usgs.gov
*Student notice: Your work must be your own in accordance to academic policy. Students may not post homework, quizzes, tests or other class handouts to any online forum, message board, social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Keywords: Earth Science, Geology, Meteorology, Oceanography, Environmental Science, Environmental Health, Geoscience, Public Health, Emergency Medical Science