Dr. Kathleen Ramsey is an adjunct at LeTeurneau University (LETU), North American University (NAU), and the University of Phoenix (UOP). At UOP she is a School of Advanced Study Faculty; Advanced Facilitator online and onground, Subject Matter Expert in Nutrition, General Biology and Ethics; General Education Curriculum Subcommittee Member and Co-chair of the Houston Campus Faculty Research Colloquium. Dr. Ramsey has developed and teaches courses in Biology, Nutrition, Critical Thinking, Introduction to Philosophy and Professional Ethics for NAU. She teaches in the areas of biology, environmental science, philosophy, critical thinking, ethics, and religion. Research interests include multicultural student ethics and workplace spirituality, improving STEM student success through basic skills, and comparing ethics and critical thinking in international student populations. Her PhD. in Biochemistry is from Carver Medical School, University of Iowa and her Master of Divinity, Summa Cum Laude from Houston Graduate School of Theology is in chaplaincy and ethics. Dr. Ramsey's most recent presentation, "Panama's Next Generation Educators & Ethical Dynamics" occurred at The Delta Kappa Gamma Society international Annual Meeting. Current papers in development include Critical thinking in multicultural student populations and Bulling in a multicultural student populations.