HCC Faculty Blogs

Welcome to my blog about teaching, technology, and other thoughts. I teach business and computer classes, and am always looking for new ways to share my passion for new technologies with students and faculty.

This site has been set up for the purpose of providing information about the collection of Art from the Taller de Gráfica Popular, privately held by Virgilio S. Blanco and Joan Barr Blanco . Selected works from the collection were on Exhibit for the first time in the Fall of 2008 at Howard Community College, Columbia, Maryland, USA.

  • Danuta Hinc, former Instructor of English at HCC, currently Lecturer at University of Maryland, College Park
  • http://danutahinc.com

I am a writer and a faculty member at University of Maryland, College Park where I teach Professional Writing.  My first novel, To Kill the Other, was published March 1,  2011 by Tate Publishing.

The Baltimore Sun recently published a review of To Kill the Other.

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