After earning an undergraduate degree in Neuroscience from Brown University, Mike joined the Nobles faculty ten years ago as a science Teaching Fellow. Since then, Mike has worked in the Science Department teaching all levels of Biology, Chemistry and Neuroscience. After earning his master’s degree in education (in Mind, Brain, and Education) from Harvard Graduate School of Education, Mike became interested in helping students and families better understand learning challenges and how to find support at Nobles. Mike now serves as the Director of Academic Support to promote collaboration and help students find success. In addition to these roles, Mike also serves as the Assistant Director of Residential Life and resides in Wiggins Hall with his family.
Office: Academic Achievement Center