Donald W. Trivett earned his MA from Ohio University in 2003. In addition, he is a proud alumnus of the College’s class of 1999. His academic and professional interests include the pedagogical use of etymology in the acquisition of vocabulary, the use of techniques of spaced repetition, and the development of diagnostic tools to assist students in determining the optimal duration and frequency of study sessions. His favorite pastime activities include walking, aerobic exercise, and listening to short-wave radio.
“The Chicano Separatist Movement.” Extremism in America, UP of Florida (2014): 114–146.