Past Faculty Spotlights
Mary Chamberlain, Professor of Pharmacy Technology and Clinical Education Coordinator. Mary Chamberlain currently serves as the Clinical Education Coordinator and Lead Instructor for the Pharmacy Technology (PHM) program, and has been at the college for six years. She has been in the pharmacy technician profession for 33 years, as well, working and training entry level techs.
Ms. Amanda Davis, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Amanda Davis has always been involved in student success and the factors that could enhance a student’s opportunity for success. In a review of educational research, Assistant Professor Davis recognized that there is a direct connection between active learning and student success.
Dr. Tim Cannon, Professor and Program Coordinator for Humanities, Religion & Philosophy Dr. Tim Cannon has always believed that lifelong learning is important not just for students but for faculty. He has attended and presented at conferences and continues to be engaged with his students today. One of his presentations was at the 2015 NISOD conference where he partnered with Jill McDonough from South Seattle Community College to present a session titled “Mission Possible: Getting Students to Love & Learn from You
Pam Stovall-Lee, Professor, IT Support and Services Professor Pam Stovall-Lee cares deeply about student success at Forsyth Technical Community College and invests her time to mentor students along their education path. She has served as the advisor for the Student Association of Information Technology Professionals. As a faculty advisor, Stovall-Lee worked to provide interesting and engaging learning activities for students such as a field trip to Citrix, Inc. in Raleigh.