Kay   E.  Ford

Lecturer I  

Office: ELABN 218
Phone: (956) 665-8064
Email: kay.ford@utrgv.edu

Kay E. Ford

Went from work in the medical field after college for 10 years to 14 years in business, and now academia. I teach Foreign Policy and American Government and Politics.

  • Areas of Expertise

    • Energy/off the grid technology developement and transportation
    • Future of jobs, automation, the "destination economy"
  • Education

    • MA, Political Science, The University of Texas at San Antonio, 2003
    • BS, Biology & Sociology, Stephen F. Austin State University, 1971

Selected Publications

  • Kay Ford. Probable title will be "Seeds.....". Title of larger work. .

  • Kay Ford. "On the Ground": How Do We Want to Live and How Do We Shape the "New Economy". .

  • Kay Ford. Changing the Paradigms About Disease Origin and Process: A Focus on Amoebic Parasites. "Seeds", book. .

  • Kay Ford. Preventive Medicine and Lowering the Costs of Healthcare: What Local Communities Can Do. "Seeds", book. .

  • Kay Ford. The Middle East: Solving the Israel/Palestine Conflict. "Seeds", book. .

  • Kay Ford. The Money Changers: Intemational Finance, Capital Speculation, and Systemic Risks. "Seeds", book. .

  • Kay Ford. The Political, Security, and Economic Implications of Distributed Power: Energy Paths to More Stable and Equitable Economies. "Seeds", book. .

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