Education doctor of Dental Surgery

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Julius N. Manz, DDS

4773 Sunrise Circle● Farmington, NM ● (505)566-3018


Doctor of Dental Surgery 1994-1998

University of Colorado, Denver, CO

Magna Cum Laude
Instructor 1990

United States Navy Instructor School, San Diego, CA

Classroom Instruction, Curriculum Development, Public Speaking,

Management and Leadership.

Master Training Specialist.

Submarine Officer 1987

United States Navy Submarine School, Groton CT

Advance Leadership, Management and Problem Solving Analysis.

Nuclear Engineer 1986-1987

United States Navy Nuclear Power School, Orlando, FL

United States Navy Nuclear Prototype Training Unit, Idaho Falls, ID

Completed a rigorous year-long, 2-phase program in advanced nuclear engineering.

B.S. in Physics 1980-1985

University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

Professional Experience

San Juan College Dental Hygiene Program, Farmington, NM 2007-Present

Director – Dental Program, Assistant Professor

  • Responsible for the conduct and operation of the Program, the Dental Clinic Facility and community dental education offerings.

  • Supervises the process of continuous systematic curriculum review.

  • Responsible for maintaining the Programs accreditation status

  • Coordinates and evaluates affiliated clinical sites and clinical instructors for optimum student clinical experiences.

  • Coordinates Advisory Board Committee meetings.

  • Serves as a liaison between the Program, the College and the Dental Community.

  • Coordinates and supervises the selection and application process for the Program.

  • Oversees the development and maintenance of complete Program records.

  • Developed program goals and long-range planning utilizing outcomes assessments.

  • Maintains liaison with other departments within the College while promoting good interpersonal and interdepartmental relationships.

  • Responsible for developing, overseeing and maintaining the Programs budget.

  • Coordinates evaluation, selection, and purchasing of equipment, educational material, teaching supplies, and office supplies.

  • Supervises maintenance of clinical inventory

  • Responsible for the equipment, supplies and instruments within the Program.

  • Participate in official college meetings, committees, administrative responsibilities, and extracurricular activities as requested.

  • Acts as a representative of the College and the Program to a variety of agencies, groups, and individuals in the community, the state, and in dental-related organizations.

San Juan College Dental Hygiene Program, Farmington, NM 2003-Present

Dental Clinic Supervisor, Assistant Professor

  • Chosen by the NM Board of Dental Health Care to be the NM dental educator representative to the Western Regional Examining Board as a dental hygiene and anesthesia examiner

  • Completed the ADEA/AAL Institute for Allied Health Educators

  • Completed training by the ADEA in case based teaching, distance education, periodontics in dental hygiene education, evidence based decision making, clinical teaching, and clinical calibration

  • Providing clinical supervision and instruction to Dental Hygiene students.

  • Responsible for developing curriculum and providing classroom instruction.

  • Developed curriculum from the ground up for Periodontics, Biomaterials, Histology & Embryology, Oral and General Pathology and Local Anesthesia courses.

  • Was a key player in initial Program development and accreditation.

  • Directly responsible for development of Clinical Protocol, HIPAA, and OSHA programs to meet accreditation standards and requirements.

  • Directly responsible for Supervision of all aspects of clinical operations.

  • Has enthusiastically sought out and completed over 170 hours of continuing education.

Dental office of Dr’s Ducham & Manz, St Johnsbury, VT 1998-2003


  • Provided caring and comprehensive dental care to a diverse patient population including; pediatric, geriatric, implant, endodontic, esthetic and periodontal surgery

  • Researched, planned and implemented protocols leading to the incorporation of

numerous advanced techniques and technologies into the practice, including:

  • Implant Dentistry

  • Computers and associated practice management and financial software

  • Rotary endodontics

  • Esthetic Dentistry

  • Launched a complete reorganization of the offices OSHA, MSDS and safety programs and protocols to be in compliance with state and federal directives.

  • Developed numerous education lectures for various community organizations.

  • Enthusiastically sought out and completed over 180 hours of continuing education.

  • Collaborated with community dentists and hospital staff to establish a dental emergency on-call system cited by the Vermont Dental Society as a model program.

  • Directly responsible for the management of 3 dental hygienists and two dental assistants.

University of Vermont Dental Hygiene Program, Burlington, VT 2003

Center for Technology EFDA Program, Essex Junction, VT 2000-2003

Adjunct Associate Professor

  • Clinical Instructor for Vermont’s only Dental Hygiene Program.

  • Clinical and classroom instructor for Vermont’s Expanded Functions Dental Assistant (EFDA) Program.

United States Navy 1983-1993


  • Completed a 10-year career with the U.S. Navy. Gained upper level Management, Leadership & Administrative status.

  • Selected from among peers by Commanding Officer as Director of the Submarine Warfare Tactics Department Submarine Training Facility, San Diego.

  • Spearheaded and successfully managed the implementation of curriculum for over 50 new courses taught to officers and crews of the US Navy’s Submarine Fleet.

  • Selected as the only Officer in the Pacific fleet to provide Arctic warfare training.

  • Was directly responsible for assessing and implementing the tactical training needs for deploying submarines.

  • Hand picked to orchestrate and implement a joint training program for the Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force Submarine Fleet.

  • Completed a rigorous program in Advanced Classroom Instruction, Curriculum Development, Management & Leadership to be certified a Master Training Specialist

  • Safely Navigated over a half-million miles submerged in Nuclear Submarines, including over 30,000 miles of operations beneath the polar ice cap.

  • Conducted two prolonged Submarine Deployments, which were both classified as vital to the security of the United States.


Vermont Dental License 016-0002061 New Mexico Dental License DD-2461


Awarded from San Juan College the Tarpley Teaching Excellence Award 08.

Awarded from the University of Colorado; Thomas J. Bomberg Memorial Award 98, Organization of Teachers of Oral Diagnosis Award 98, American Academy of Dental

Practice Administration Award 98, Academy of Operative Dentistry Award 98, Omicron

Kappa Upsilon Dental Honor Society 98, Deans Honor List 94-98, University of Colorado

Dental School Alumni Award & Scholarship 97, Miles Markley Award 96.

Awarded from the United States Navy; Letters of Commendation 90,92,93, Navy

Commendation Medal 93, Instructor of the Year Submarine Training Facility San Diego 92,

National Defense Medal 91, Naval Achievement Medal 90, Navy Expeditionary Medal 90,

Arctic Service Ribbon 88.

Golden Key National Honor Society – 1983

Delta Epsilon Phi German National Honor Society – 1983

Presidential Scholar, Full Academic Scholarship – University of New Mexico 1980-1985


American Dental Association Academy of General Dentistry

New Mexico State Dental Society American Dental Education Association




Top Secret Security Clearance base upon Special Background Investigation.


Family, Hiking, Skiing, Reading, Gardening, Music, Cooking, Beer making, Woodwork, and

Automobile restoration.

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