Title: Instructor, Supervisor
Company: Oakland University
Location: Waterford, Michigan, United States
Daniel Lee Majeske, Instructor and Supervisor at Oakland University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in collegiate education.
Hoping to make a difference in the lives of young people, Mr. Majeske sought to pursue a career in education after graduating from high school. In 1969, he earned a Bachelor of Arts from Oakland University, going on to acquire a Master of Arts in teaching from Saginaw Valley State University. By 1998, Mr. Majeske attained an Education Specialist degree from Oakland University. Beginning his career in 1969 as a secondary education teacher, he proceeded to excel in this role for more than three decades. In 2007, he became a part-time instructor and supervisor at the Oakland University Department of Teacher Development and Educational Studies. He remains in this role today, continuing to demonstrate consistent success.
An active member of his industry, Mr. Majeske maintains affiliation with the National Education Association, the Michigan Education Association and the Democratic National Committee. Reflecting on his multitude of accomplishments, he credits his passion for his work for where he is today. Working in education for more than 50 years, Mr. Majeske explains that his work has become more than just a profession. Simply put, it has become his way of life. Looking toward the future, he hopes to continue working for as long as he can. He is also considering the possibility of involving himself in local politics to evolve positive change for all educators.
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