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  1. 1. Lee Hines Muthig, RDH, BA<br />First Year Dental Hygiene Coordinator<br />Midlands Technical College<br />1260 Lexington Drive<br />West Columbia, South Carolina 29170<br />(803) 822-3456 Work<br />(803) 360-2622 Cell<br /><br />Mailing address:<br />Midlands Technical College <br />P.O. Box 2408<br />Columbia, South Carolina 29202<br />EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:<br />University of Bridgeport: Fones School of Dental Hygiene, Bridgeport, CT<br />May 2010 - Present<br />Pursuing a Masters Degree in Dental Hygiene Education<br />Midlands Technical College, Columbia, SC<br />August 1985 – May 1987<br />Associate in Health Science in Dental Hygiene<br />University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC<br />August 1980 – May 1982<br />Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with an emphasis on Photojournalism<br />Clemson University, Clemson, SC<br />August 1978 – May 1980<br />TEACHING EXPERIENCE:<br />Midlands Technical College: <br />April 2006 - Present <br /> First Year Dental Hygiene Coordinator <br />Teach: <br />DHG 151: Preclinical Dental Hygiene <br />DHG 161: Clinical Dental Hygiene I<br />DHG 143: Pharmacology (2011)<br />DHG 175: Clinical Dental Hygiene II<br />Special Patients<br />Clinical <br />Position Description: Responsible for providing orientation sessions for entering dental hygiene students to include a pre-orientation in April to explain the Medical History, background and drug screening as well as the need for loupes, a summer orientation to order loupes and to collect Medical History forms, and finally an orientation in connection with the Health Science Orientation. Responsible for ordering instruments for the student as well as gloves, masks, and cover gowns. Mentor students who may need additional assistance to be successful in the program by tutoring or arranging for a tutor as well as supervising additional clinical experiences as needed. Teach classes in the basic science of dental hygiene as well as instrumentation.<br />Richland Northeast High School: Richland School District 2<br />Sept. 2001- April 2006<br />Director of the Tutoring and Testing Center<br />Opened the Tutoring and Testing Center establishing it as a model program for the school district. Oversaw peer tutors as well as students in the EDUC 400 class from the University of South Carolina who are assigned to the Center or who volunteer their time. Sought volunteer peer tutors as needed. Assisted students in need of academic help by matching them with an appropriate tutor and monitoring their progress. Aided new students who are assigned to the Center by contacting their teachers to access what work needs to be done. Maintained and administered make-up tests for faculty members. Within the first two years, oversaw 3,322 students visits to the Center, administered 5,192 make-up tests, and 639 volunteer hours<br />Midlands Technical College<br />April 1988 – April 2001<br />Taught:<br />DHG 151: Preclinical Dental Hygiene<br />DHG 161: Clinical Dental Hygiene I<br />DHG 175: Clinical Dental Hygiene II<br />Dental Hygiene Faculty: Lead faculty member for students entering the Dental Hygiene Program. Primarily in charge of preclinical dental hygiene classes including both clinic and lecture. Taught basic science and theory involved in the dental hygiene profession as well as the technical expertise needed in a clinical setting. Oversaw the first year students’ clinical experiences with clients as well as the progression of each student throughout the first year. Re-instated a Freshmen Comprehensive Competency Examination given at the completion of the first year of study. Organized additional tutoring sessions to help all students succeed. Continued to work in the clinic with the upper-class students preparing them for the dental profession as well as for licensing examinations<br />EMPLOYMENT HISTORY<br />1987-1988<br />Dr. Michael Johnson,Columbia, SC<br />Registered Dental Hygienist: Provided patient care including intra/extraoral cancer screening, dental health education, periodontal screenings and evaluations, radiographs, periodontal debridement, stain removal, fluoride treatments, dental sealants. Worked with the dental team providing the best dental care possible<br />1985 – 1987<br />Drs. Frank B. Hines, Jr. & III,Columbia, SC<br />Orthodontic Dental Assistant: Specialized in recording patient records prior to treatment and at the conclusion of treatment to include panorex and cephalometirc radiographs, impressions, and photographs. Worked with patients securing arch wires, patient education<br />PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS<br />Registered Dental Hygienist in GeorgiaLicense # upon request<br />Registered Dental Hygienis in South Carolina: License # upon request<br />Anesthesia Infiltration license in South Carolina:Certificate # upon request<br />CPR certified<br />AWARDS <br />“Outstanding Greek Advisor”, University of South Carolina (2009)<br />“Outstanding Role Model Award”, Midlands Technical College Dental Hygiene Program 2001<br />“Volunteer of the Year” at Brennen Elementary School (2000-2001)<br />“Student’s Choice for Teacher of the Year for the Allied Health and Nursing Division”, Midlands Technical College (1993)<br />One of 25 “Outstanding Graduates” from Midlands Technical College honored at Silver Anniversary graduation ceremonies, 1989.<br />Honor Graduate at Midlands Technical College (4.0 GPA) (1987)<br />Dental Hygiene Student of the Year (1987)<br />Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Fraternity of Community and Junior Colleges, Vice President (1987)<br />Who’s Who among Students in America Junior Colleges<br />Kappa Tau Alpha, Journalism Honor Society at University of South Carolina<br />PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS <br />American Dental Hygiene Association (ADHA) member<br />South Carolina Dental Hygiene Educators Association (SCDHEA) (Past President)<br />