Lance R. Lockwood
Professor of Communication Studies
Argumentation & Debate, Interpersonal Communication, and Public Speaking
Lance Lockwood has been a faculty member of the Rancho Santiago Community College District since 2000. He started his part time instructor career at Santiago Canyon College and then transferred to Santa Ana College in 2001. Professor Lockwood has previously taught Communication Studies at Goldenwest Community College and Chapman University until 2005 when he was hired as a full-time faculty member at Santa Ana College. Lance teaches transfer level courses in Argumentation and Debate, Interpersonal Communication and Public Speaking in the “Oralist method.” Professor Lockwood’s Research in the “Oralist Method” is now being recognized world wide as a new teaching method reducing Speech Anxiety among students of all cultural backgrounds.
Lance Lockwood obtained his B.A. and Master’s Degree from Chapman University, in Communication Studies.
“Santa Ana College is the birth place of our future leaders. Our students come from all over the world to begin a new life as productive and educated members of society. The diversity of our classrooms provides our students a glimpse of the cultural interactivity of our world. I believe it is my job to show these students the path to greatness through the power of the spoken word!”