John Lund holds a bachelor's degree in political science and history from the University of Michigan, Ann
Arbor, and a master of science in journalism from Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
With past experiences working in government offices in Washington, D.C., and reporting in Chicago, John
Lund brings real world experience to the classroom. He earned his teaching degree at Madonna University and
is a social studies teacher in the Bloomfield Hills School District.
Adam Walentowicz began teaching immediately after high school when he began his coaching career as a
boys junior varsity assistant basketball coach at Garden City High School. He holds a bachelor's degree in
communications from Eastern Michigan University and earned his teaching degree at Madonna University.
He is a speech and debate I forensics teacher at Brother Rice High School, where he is also a debate I forensics
moderator and the head freshmen basketball coach.
Abigail Youngerman is a graduate of Hope College with a bachelor of arts in Theatre design and religion.
After working professionally for regional theaters across the Midwest, she returned to her hometown to pursue
her career in education. After graduating from Madonna University with a secondary education degree, she is
now a teacher for Livonia Public Schools.
Lund, John; Walentowicz, Adam; and Youngerman, Abigail
"Integrating Secondary Content Area Literacy and Content Area Knowledge: JFK and Social Change - A Collaborative Unit,"
Michigan Reading Journal: Vol. 45:
2, Article 12.
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