Ronika Williams was born and raised in Kingsville,
Texas. After graduating from high school
she attended Texas Tech University for two years but ultimately earned her
Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from A&M Kingsville majoring in
Biology. She then moved to Cleveland
Ohio and attended Case Western Reserve University earning a second Master’s
degree in Pharmacology.
Ronika Williams has taught various science courses over the
years including Science for Education Majors, Introduction to Zoology (BIOL
1413), Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology (BIOL 2304), Fundamentals of
Nutrition (BIOL 1322) and Human Anatomy and Physiology Part 1(BIOL 2401) and Part
2 (BIOL 2402). For the last 8 years, she
has had the pleasure of teaching at CBC.
She has had bright and curious students who have made her job a joy.
In her spare time Ronika is a Zumbaholic who loves hanging
out with her cats (Mischief, Mayhem, and Jade) watching movies and reading
books. She draws, paints, and loves all
kinds of music from classical to heavy metal.
She has also recently gotten a beta fish named Kamikazi who hangs out
in her office. Kamikazi loves to meet
new people, so if you ever need her you can find her and Kamikazi in C-108 on
the CBC Beeville Campus.