Amanda Lemaster began teaching Psychology in 2013 with a part-time/adjunct position at MCC, Delta College and Saginaw Valley State University. In 2018, she settled into a full-time position here at Mott. She earned her B.S. in Psychology and Communications and her M.S. in Experimental Psychology, both from Eastern Michigan University. Her academic interests are in taste sensitivity and supertasters. Outside of her drive for student success in the classroom, she enjoys exploring new and useful technologies that can strengthen the connection between concept taught and concept learned and make material more applicable. She is an expert in Google Suite and has been a Canvas user since 2014. She also loves a good meme or a "dad joke".
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Michael Fisackerly started teaching Mathematics part-time at Mott in 2013 before moving to the Technology division full-time teaching Information Technology in 2018. Before moving to teaching full time, Michael spent 20 years in the IT field filling a number of roles including end user support, systems/database administration, and web development. He received his B.S. in Applied Mathematics from Kettering University, his M.S. in Industrial Applied Mathematics from Oakland University, and his M.S. in Computer Science and Information Systems from the University of Michigan-Flint. In addition to his teaching interests in programming and web development, he is very interested in small, accessible computer devices such as Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and micro:bit for use in education and sparking interest in technology in general.