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Michelle Temple

Adjunct, Alumni, Class of 2011

Courses Taught: Circuit Design and Prototyping

Michelle Temple holds a master's degree from NYU's Interactive Telecommunications program. She is a multimedia artist and photographer. Michelle also specializes in analog audio circuits, assistive technology, EagleCAD through hole and surface mount printed circuit board design and fabrication. Michelle has worked professionally in the Assistive Technology community in NYC for 8 years, and continues her research in audio technology as a visiting scholar and inventor at NYU and is a visiting scholar at NYU Bobst Library digital media archiving department. As an educator she strives to facilitate a hands-on, productive learning environment with the philosophy that electronics is a powerful and tirelessly fascinating medium. She is the owner of Temple M., her own art, fabrication and prototyping studio in Brooklyn, NY.