The MAP Team - Presenters

Dr. Michael Suckley

Dr. Michael Suckley over 40 years of teaching experience at middle, high school and university level, Professor at Macomb Community College for Physical and Environmental Science. Author two physical science textbooks, Analyzing the Physical Universe, and Physics Is FUNdamental. Instructional Design Consultant for the National Association of Sickle Cell Anemia Disease, College of Nursing Wayne State University, Macomb County Intermediate School District, and Utica Community Schools. Responsible for the Development of Instructional Materials for Educational Projects.

Phone: Home: 810-750-2373
E-mail: DrSuckley@ScienceScene.com
 



Mr. Paul Klozik

Mr. Paul A. Klozik over 40 years of teaching experience at the high school level, Community College and workshop leader. 1986 Teacher of the Year for Warren Consolidated Public Schools. 1989 PASCO Teaching Excellence Award winner. Developed and presented workshops for science teachers for Warren Consolidated Schools. Introduced and promoted Science Olympics at Sterling Heights H.S.. Steering Committee for district science curriculum. Instructor at Macomb Mathematics Science and Technology Center. Developed and taught courses that are interrelated between Physics, Mathematics, Environmental Science, Computers, Research, and IDS (Inter discipline Studies).

Phone: Home: 586-293-5424
E-Mail: paklozik@wowway.com

 

 

Mr. Michael McCollum

Mr. Michael D. McCollum over 15 years of teaching experience as an instructor of Physics and Astronomy at Macomb Community College. He has also taught classes at Oakland Community College and Henry Ford Community College since receiving his Masterís Degree in Physics from Wayne State University. A former radioman in the United States Navy aboard the USS Camden, he was leading petty officer in his division and in charge of training new personnel in the field of Naval Communications.

 

Phone: Work: 586-445-7110 Home: 586-777-9816
E-mail: McCollumm@macomb.edu





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Monday, February 01, 2010