Jennifer Fillion, Professor of Anthropology, began teaching at Mott in 2001 part-time before becoming full-time in 2006. Prior to coming to Mott full-time, she taught at Central Michigan University and Michigan State. She received her B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and her M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Alabama. Aside from teaching courses in anthropology and forensic science, Jennifer spends her time investigating educational technology. Her current interests include Open Educational Resources (OERs), adaptive learning platforms, and the use of mobile and AR/VR technologies in education.
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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.