Michelle Whisenhant

Assistant Professor of the Practice, College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Applied Sciences
Worldwide College of Arts & Sciences
Worldwide campus

Office Hours

Call or email to set up a time to meet in my EagleVision virtual office or Skype.

Areas of Expertise

Course Development

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Meteorology, Naval Postgraduate School
  • M.S. - Master of Science in Meteorology, Naval Postgraduate School

PHYS 102 - Explorations in Physics

Math 111/112 - Mathematics for Aviation I and II

PHYS 123 - The Science of Flight

WEAX 201 - Meteorology I

ASCI 517 - Advanced Meteorology

Teaching Experience: Much of my teaching experience was gained during my twenty years of service in the US Navy, teaching traditional physics and nuclear physics at the Naval Nuclear Power School, and math and meteorology courses at the US Naval Academy and Naval Postgraduate School.  I also taught basic meteorology and oceanography courses online for a college in Maryland for over seven years and currently also teach a course in general physical science for another online university. 

Related Experience: I am a retired US Navy METOC (METeorology and OCeanography) Officer - my job was to provide mission-specific weather and ocean forecasts for aviation, maritime, and special operations, which requires a detailed understanding of the air and ocean environment.