Schedule by Individual Staff MemberFall 201901 AAC Schedule.pdf
Full-time Faculty Members
Dan has been teaching for DMACC since 2005. He teaches Reading, Writing, English as a Second Language (ESL) and Study Strategies courses. He offers various workshops throughout the semester to help improve writing skills and usage of study strategies. You can also find Dan working with students in the walk-in Writing Lab.
B.A. in English, Drake University
M.A.T. in English Education, Drake University
Specialist in Higher Ed, Appalachian State
Allison has been teaching for DMACC since 2013. She teaches Reading and Study Strategies in addition to working with students in the walk-in Writing Lab.
B.A. in English, Lewis & Clark College, Oregon
M.A. T. in English Education, Drake University
Amanda worked for DMACC in 2010 teaching Composition I/II and Communication Skills and serving as an Academic Advisor. She returned to DMACC in 2013& and currently teaches Reading and Study Strategies in addition to working with students in the walk-in Writing Lab.
B.A. in Communication Studies, University of Calgary
M.A. in Rhetoric, Composition & Professional Communication, ISU
Marshall taught as an adjunct math instructor for DMACC for three years before joining our full-time faculty in 2015. He has taught Finite Math, Math Literacy, Intermediate Algebra, Math for Liberal Arts and Calculus I.
B.A. in Chemistry, B.A. in Mathematics, University of Northern Iowa
M.A. in Mathematics, University of Northern Iowa
Rob taught as an adjunct math instructor for DMACC for six years before joining our full-time faculty in 2012. He has taught Business Calculus, Math for Liberal Arts, Finite Math, College Algebra and Intermediate Algebra. He is also experienced in helping students with Arithmetic, Pre-Algebra, Statistics and Calculus I/II.
B.S. in Mathematics, Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK
M.S.M, Iowa State University
Stacy has been teaching biology for DMACC since 2007. She currently teaches General Biology (BIO112), Genetics (BIO146) and Human Biology (BIO 156) in addition to helping students in anatomy, physiology, microbiology, introductory biology and general biology II.
B.S. in Biology, University of Iowa
M.A.T. in Science Education, University of Iowa