Mandy McGrew is the CETL Educational Specialist for Part-time Faculty Support and a part-time instructor of American Studies in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies at KSU. She earned her BA in History at KSU in 2003 and her MA in American Studies in 2011. She worked as a Graduate Research to Assistant to Dr. Alan LeBaron and the Maya Heritage Community Project for 2 years. Her graduate research focused on the situation of Guatemalan Maya immigrants living in Georgia and she is the co-author of the Maya Health Toolkit for Medical Providers. Mandy is currently working on her Doctorate of Educational Leadership at Valdosta State University. Mandy began teaching KSU 1101 part-time in the Department of First Year and Transition Studies in 2013. In 2014, she moved to a part-time position in the Interdisciplinary Studies Department where she currently teaches American Identities. She has also developed and taught in several Learning Communities, including “Everybody’s a Fan!”—a learning community that focuses on fandoms and identity. Mandy served on KSU’s Part-time Faculty Council as the representative from ISD before taking on her role as faculty fellow at CETL. She is dedicated to helping part-time faculty access the resources they need and to developing a strong community at KSU.