Antonio Acevedo

Associate Professor | Coordinator, History, Political Science and American Studies

Antonio Acevedo
STEM, Room 505B
Journal Square Campus

M.A., History, San Diego State University
B.A., History, California State University – San Marcos 

Classes: U.S. History I; History of Western Civilization I and II and Honors Seminars; and American Government.

Professor Acevedo began his career at HCCC as Instructor of History in 2013. He became College Lecturer in 2015, and History Assistant Professor/Program Coordinator in 2019. He teaches a variety of history courses, including the Western Civilization Honors seminars and Enhanced Writing - History.

Professor Acevedo has made academic presentations at venues throughout the United States, including the annual national conferences of the American Historical Association and the Community College Humanities Association. He was a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Scholar in Switzerland and Italy; and a MetroCITI Fellow at Teachers College, Columbia University, where he developed pedagogical projects to improve general/liberal education curricula at urban colleges and universities. Professor Acevedo received the 2019 Dale P. Parnell Faculty Distinction Award from the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC).