David Rembiesa - Faculty - Media Arts & Entertainment Technology
Since 2009, Dr. Rembiesa has been the coordinator for the Media Arts & Entertainment Technology program at Mott Community College and is responsible for the program's curriculum. He has over 25 years of multimedia, radio, TV, film, video and audio production experience. He is an award winning film producer with over 30 documentary films credits and has written several feature length scripts. He holds both a B.A. and M.A. in Media Arts & Technology from Michigan State University and a Ph.D. in Higher Education from The University of Toledo.
Dr. Rembiesa is a regular attendee of both the National Association of Broadcasters and the Michigan Association of Broadcasters Conferences and Expos, and a member of the National Academy of Televisions Arts & Sciences, Broadcast Education Association and the Michigan Production Alliance. He is currently an advisor for the Lapeer Education Technology Center, Grand Blanc High School, Genesee Career Institute, Davison High School high school media arts programs. He has advised and assisted several organizations on how they can better use video and audio technology in their organization including the Genesee County Ennis Center for Children, Hurley Children’s Hospital, Flint Public Library’s StoryCorps, and the Flint Youth Film Festival.
Dr. Rembiesa has presented at several global conferences on college teaching and learning including the Sino-foreign Seminar on Internal Quality Assurance of Vocational Colleges in Zhejian, Hangzhou, China and IHTEA Conference at Xiamen University. He is a co-chair of Mott Community College’s Committee for the Assessment of Student Learning where he has been instrumental in revamping the college's assessment tools as they pertain to accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission.