Faculty members at Community College of Philadelphia are dedicated to giving you real-world experience, knowledge and skills with which to obtain better employment and a better quality of life. Uniquely among other colleges and universities, their main focus is you, their student. Below, meet the newest members of our approximately 1,100 full- and part-time faculty whose achievements will inspire you.
Computer Technologies Department
Mr. Ennoure has been appointed to a full-time Web Technologies faculty position in the Computer Technologies Department. Most recently, he has been teaching full-time at Monroe College and part-time at Baruch College, both in Bronx, New York. Mr. Ennoure earned his Master’s degree in Computer Science from City University of New York, Lehman College; Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics and Engineering from the University of Pau France; and his Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Mathematics from University of Sciences and Technology in Marrakech, Morocco.
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Daniel Larmour, MSN, AGPCNP-BC
Mr. Larmour has been appointed to a full-time faculty position in the Nursing Department. Most recently, he has taught as an Adjunct at Community College of Philadelphia and Drexel University. Mr. Larmour earned both his MS and BS in Nursing at Thomas Jefferson University, and graduated from Community College of Philadelphia with an A.A.S in Nursing. He also holds a BA in Public Relations from Susquehanna University.
Beena Patel, Ph.D.
Dr. Patel has been appointed to a full-time faculty position in the Biology Department. Most recently, she has been teaching at the Community College of Philadelphia as an Adjunct/Visiting Lecturer and at Montgomery County Community College as a Senior Biology Lecturer. Dr. Patel earned her Ph.D., Master of Science, and Bachelor of Science all in Microbiology from Sardar Patel University in India.
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Jennifer Tront, Ph.D.
Dr. Tront has been appointed to a full-time faculty position in the Biology Department. Most recently, she has been teaching at both Widener University and Neumann University as an Adjunct Instructor. Dr. Trent earned her Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and Genetics at Temple University and her B.S. in Biology at Neumann University.