Sort Day Program faculty members by the first letter of their LAST name.
Professor Ameling joined the Limestone College family in 2002 after teaching a year at his alma mater in Bowling Green, Ohio. He teaches a variety of classes in the computer science department both in the day program and the Extended Campus Internet program. Outside of the classroom, Professor Ameling is an avid runner and participates in local 5K events. Additionally, he enjoys spending time outdoors, hiking at local state parks, traveling, attending Carolina Panthers games, and finding new restaurants to explore.
Professor Megan Anderson, a former journalist, became a full-time member of the faculty at Limestone College in 2013. Prior to becoming a Preceptor, she spent seven years as an adjunct. She now teaches classes for the English and Interdisciplinary departments, and serves as the advisor for the school yearbook, The Calciid. She is also an Academic Coach and a member of the Achieving Writing Excellence (AWE) program. When she is not in the classroom, Professor Anderson can be found cheering on the Boston Red Sox and listening to the Dave Matthews Band.