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Kamorski, Michael, EdD

Michael Kamorski, EdD
Associate Professor College of Business School of Legal Studies
Contact: Husson University
1 College Circle Bangor, Maine 04401
Phone: 207.941.7194
Room: 216 Harold Alfond Hall


Michael Kamorski, Ed.D., received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management from the University of Massachusetts in Lowell, MA. He also holds two Master’s degrees; one in Business Administration from the University of Montana in Missoula, MT, and another in Strategic Military Studies from the US Army Command and General Staff College in Leavenworth, KS. He earned a Doctorate in Higher Education from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Professor Kamorski is a retired US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel with 24 years of active duty service, including a combat tour in Afghanistan as the lead investigator for the 82nd Airborne Inspector General, and 4 years at the Pentagon where his duties included working as the Chief of Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction, and preparing Congressional testimony for the US Air Force Director of Operations. He has served on faculty at the US Air Force Academy, the University of Virginia, Liberty University, James Madison University, and Piedmont Virginia Community College. Professor Kamorski retired from military service in 2014 and settled in Levant, ME with his wife and four children. He became a full time faculty member for Husson University in Fall of 2014.

I believe life is good, life can be hard, and life is made better and easier through the acquisition and application of knowledge. In other words, life is better with a good education. I feel truly blessed to be in a position where I can facilitate learning and help students gain the knowledge they need to grow and succeed as people and professionals. I’m honored to be a faculty member at Husson, where experiential learning and student engagement are woven into the organizational culture and held in high regard by educators across the university. I’m a big believer in learning by doing, and I actively encourage open dialogue and discussion in all my classes. I also strive to interactively work “real-life” scenarios and examples into the curriculum to enhance classroom learning and keep students engaged. I love both teaching and learning from students.