With vision and courage, Cowley College instructors create innovative
environments where students can receive a quality education.
We have over 50 full-time instructors and around 200 part-time instructors.
With an average class size of 17 students, the instructors at Cowley
College take a personal interest in the success of each and every student.
Vice President of Academic Affairs
is gratifying to nurture the synergy between faculty and students
to create a dynamic learning environment. Our faculty are gifted
individuals who are discipline-specific experts that amaze me with
their diligence, knowledge, and caring. I fully believe that both
students and faculty alike must be engaged in the classroom. Together,
both can make elevate student success and enable a significant
difference in the future." read
Department Chair, Health & Human Services,
Directory of the
Allied Health Education,
EMS Education Program Director
Cannon graduated from Cowley’s first MICT program in 1997 and returned
as a full-time MICT instructor in 2005. In 2012, Cannon became Department Chair
of the Health & Human Services Department. Since 2008 he has managed the Allied
With over 13 years of EMS experience, he brings an intimate
understanding of many different EMS systems to the classroom. Chris is
also the Director of Coop Education and Dislocated Workers programs at
functions as both the Director of EMS Education and as chair of the Allied
Health Department. As the Department Chair, he guides and oversees all
EMS courses, healthcare-related courses, the MICT program, the Nursing
Home Administrator program, Pratt’s LPN/RN program, Certified
Medication Aide, Certified Nurse Assistant, Home Health Aide and Restorative
Aide classes, EMS leadership degree and certificate, Medical Coding program,
and nutrition, medical transcription and medical terminology classes, develops
academic policy for the college, develops new college academic programs,
evaluates and approves curricular changes at the college, and a host of
other duties. He is responsible for guiding and ensuring excellence within
the department.Chris received the N.I.S.O.D. Master Teacher award in 2007
and the college’s
Young Achiever Award in 2007.
Cannon enjoys writing and teaching. His most current article, who he co-authored
with Dr. Danks, is entitled "Concussion and Second Impact Syndrome" can
be found in the August 2006 issue of JEMS.
He holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration
and a master of science degree in leadership from Southwestern
Cannon and his wife Mandy live in Winfield with
their daughter Libby. He enjoys participating in three gun competitions,
reading and internet discussion forums.
Cannon’s office is located on the upper level of the Allied
Health Center, 1406 East 8th Avenue, Winfield, KS 67156. Telephone
620. 229.5985 and email firstname.lastname@example.org.