Jamal I. Bittar, Senior Lecturer
Jamal Bittar has been at the University of Toledo since 1996, where he has held a variety of levels of faculty positions. Most recently, he teaches anatomy & physiology and microbiology in the Department of Kinesiology.
Prior to this, he taught in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and Special Programs, where he developed and prepared curriculum and taught an array of distance learning science courses. Additionally, he taught career courses to help students develop a greater understanding of personal interests, skills, and values and how they relate to majors and careers. He also served as a thesis advisor for students in the Adult Liberal Studies (ALS) degree program.
Previously, he taught a wide variety of biology, chemistry, physics, and math courses at the former University of Toledo Community and Technical College.
He has earned multiple graduate degrees in different disciplines, reviewed several academic books, published in a scholarly journal, and is professionally affiliated with several national academic societies.