Pamela E. Nelson
Assistant Professor of Nursing, teaches Community Health Nursing and Leadership/Management at the senior level as well as Nursing Fundamentals for beginning students. She has recently co-authored an article for publication titled "Nursing Education Redesign: Leadership Experience in the Community." She received her B.S.N., M.S.N., and Gerontology Certificate from Wayne State University and is currently pursuing doctoral studies in Medical Anthropology. She has special interest in the health behaviors of school-aged populations and provides clinical supervision for nursing students with pregnant and parenting teenagers in the Detroit Public School System,. She joined the University in 1994.

Ann-Marie L. Neme
Assistant Professor, Department of Restorative Dentistry, teaches restorative dentistry and dental materials. Dr. Neme's focus is on materials application, manipulation and its integration into clinical practice. Her research compliments her teaching and is primarily in the area of restorative materials with an emphasis on biocompatibility. Dr. Neme received a D.D.S. and a M.S. in Biologic and Materials Science from the University of Michigan. She has had an NIH-funded projects and training throughout her education as both a dental and graduate student. Dr. Neme joined the University in 1997.

Kathleen Neveu
Assistant Clinical Professor and Dental Hygiene Clinic Coordinator, Department of Periodontology and Dental Hygiene, teaches pre-clinical and clinical dental hygiene, clinic seminars and pre-clinical and clinical periodontics to dental students. She is currently doing research to complete her M.S. in Health Care Education at UDM. Ms. Neveu is a registered dental assistant and holds a Certificate and B.S. in Dental Hygiene from the University of Detroit. She joined the University in 1989

Wendy Norfleet
Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Systems, teaches Computer Information Systems. Over 10 years of industry experience in software engineering ranging from programmer to manager of software quality assurance and testing. Norfleet holds a B.A. in CIS from Detroit College of Business, a M.S. in CIS from University of Detroit Mercy, and is currently pursuing her doctorate in Instructional Technology at Wayne State University. She joined the University in 1999.