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Heather Wesp, M.S., began her career at MCC in 2003 as a full-time biology instructor and has stayed in the position ever since. 
She teaches a variety of biology courses including Biological Science, Anatomy and Physiology, College Biology II and Nature Study. She’s excited to start teaching Environmental Science during the Fall 2022 semester.  
Heather grew up in Michigan and enjoyed summer vacations at campgrounds all over the state. She attributes her love of science to those nature-filled family trips. 
She earned a bachelor’s degree from Hope College in Holland, Mich., where she majored in biology and doubled minored in chemistry and German. She then completed a master’s degree at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Ariz., where she focused on animal behavior and morphology. Her college experiences helped her decide that teaching was the perfect way to combine interests in science and the desire to help others.  
When Heather isn’t at work, she loves to spend time with her dogs, Callie and Lulu, and do just about any outdoor activity including hiking, biking, kayaking, camping, etc. She also very much enjoys traveling and exploring the world – from the amazing beauty of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to the grand national parks here in the U.S. to the thrilling novelty of places like Australia and New Zealand. Heather also volunteers with the Montcalm County Animal Shelter and has been a big sister (through Big Brothers Big Sisters) for more than 10 years.