David Woodring is a social scientist specializing in research into crime and police shootings.
He is also passionate about studying the effects of stress in various social and interpersonal contexts and currently enrolled as a third-year sociology doctoral program student at University of Georgia.
Early Life and Education
Early years are a period of rapid development for children. This process of rapid learning and growth is known as early childhood education (ECE).
At this age, children begin to explore who they are as individuals while learning how their actions impact relationships with others. Early Childhood Education programs focus on supporting the social, emotional, and cognitive development of children.
Friedrich Froebel is one of the many educators whose theories have had a lasting effect on early education. These teaching methods incorporate play based learning methods that foster positive experiences for children as they explore new material.
David Woodring of Rogers, AR is an award-winning music producer/drummer known for creating Your Machine; an original band specializing in current top 100 hits from various genres.
David spent 10 years earning a PhD and 25 years battling drug/alcohol dependency before giving both up in 2019. Since then he has taught himself bass guitar, guitar keys and audio engineering before beginning producing music on his own.
David employs vocalists from all over the world who he contracts to cover core instrumental tracks remotely and form an organic global band that produces music organically.
Achievement and Honors
David Woodring has delighted readers around the globe with his mesmerizing comics creations and wordless tales, rendering vivid colors that draw readers into Woodring’s hallucinatory mindscape.
David has received several national and international honors for his work in cartooning. These accolades include being honored two times with a National Magazine Award as well as being recognized by The New York Times as one of the country’s premier cartoonists.
In 2021, he received the Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor Award in recognition of his exceptional research, teaching, and service contributions to his department, university, and wider community. His colleagues praise his leadership skills within these arenas.
David was an exceptionally kind and gentle individual, always remaining positive despite facing physical restrictions and chronic pain. He enjoyed staying active and helping other people.
His passion was art and sharing it with others was his joy. He enjoyed using pencil sketches, acrylic paints, watercolor, oils and even coffee in his creations.
He worked at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary as a hawk counter, drawing inspiration for his art from nature. Mountains captured his imagination as a child; archaeology, trains, astronomy photography hiking and camping were other subjects he was interested in.
David Woodring became fascinated with birds of prey early in his life. He spent hours drawing them, eventually visiting Hawk Mountain Sanctuary in Pennsylvania where one visit revealed his passion for art and desire to capture birds with paintbrush.
David Woodring has amassed an estimated net worth of $25 Million dollars through a successful career. He owns 177,295 shares of Reinsurance Group of America Inc (RGA) stock. Over the past 18 months he made no insider trades; please see latest holdings summary for details and SEC filings for A Greig Woodring’s insider transactions; currently his current assets total $8,045,312 while current liabilities and net worth can be found via personal profile.