Nicole Johnson joined the Division of Fine Arts and Social Sciences in 2009. She teaches a variety of geography courses. Her primary courses are Crime Mapping, Introduction to GIS (Geographic Information Systems), and World Regional Geography.
Nicole holds a Master of Arts Degree in geography coupled with a Bachelor of Science Degree with a major in geography and a minor in earth science both from Western Michigan University. Her master’s degree has a concentration in computer mapping. As an educator, Nicole brings 8 years of professional GIS experience into the classroom. Prior to Mott Community College she worked for county government offices creating, editing, and maintaining GIS data layers. In addition, she has extensive experience with installing, training, and supporting GIS software.
In her spare time, Nicole enjoys being active by spending time outdoors, traveling with her family, and volunteering in her son’s school.