Diane Lemanski BSDH, RDH is a Clinical Lecturer in the Division of Dental Education. She is enrolled in the Master of Adult Education from Indiana University with expected graduation in 2018. She earned her Bachelor of Dental Hygiene from the University of Michigan and an Associate of Applied Science in Dental Hygiene from Ferris State University. Diane has a passion for oral health with more than 30 years experience in private practice that translates to a broad range of clinical applications to share with students. Her strengths are in the clinical setting but she enjoys the challenges of creating a hands-on, student centered classroom with a touch of humor. Her teaching responsibilities include Oral Anatomy, Head and Neck Anatomy, and Evidence-Based Decision Making. As coordinator of the senior dental hygiene students, she mentors them through the final year of clinicals and graduation. Other responsibilities include site co-coordinator for the CDCA National Clinical Dental Hygiene exam.