Michelle Clark, M.A., M.S.
Associate Professor - The Faculty of Health, Applied, and Natural Sciences
- M.S. in Education with an emphasis in Teaching from California Baptist University
- M.S. in Mathematics from Emporia State University
Michelle strongly believes in the opportunity to educate the minds and the hearts of her students. Being in the role of a teacher, there are always opportunities to invest in students lives. She loves to teach mathematics and see her students succeed, but the biggest success of her career is watching students come to know Christ.
Michelle has had the privilege of working in junior high, high school, community college and university classrooms. She has been able to teach classes that range from basic skills mathematics through Calculus. She enjoys the challenge of teaching different levels of mathematics and making every level of mathematics accessible to all students.
- Lectures on Math Success and Test Anxiety through the Learning Commons.
- Designed and ran Summer Math Bootcamp program to help students bypass non-degree applicable math courses.