Michael Weaver
Joined JCC
Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics
Primary Campus
Jamestown Campus
114 ARSC
Phone Number
Director, Engineering Science & Technology; Assistant Professor, Mechanical Technology

I started at Jamestown Community College as a mechanical technology student in 1969, and graduated from Buffalo State in 1973. I began my teaching career in Presque Isle, Maine (1973-1976), before returning to Jamestown and working for Blackstone Corporation/Titan X (1976-1986). While at Blackstone, I worked as a design drafter, project engineer, manager of research and development, and manager of engineering services. I then worked at Bush Industries as manager of the drafting department, the senior administrator for new product development, and the manager of OEM and contract product development. My 30-plus years in the industry sector were primarily spent in the area of product development. I was awarded a patent in 1998 for an adjustable home theater bridge design.

In 1980, I began teaching at JCC as an adjunct instructor in the mechanical technology program, and received the Adjunct Faculty Award for Excellence in 1985. I became a full time instructor in 2008, and have since become the director of engineering science and technology.

My interests outside of JCC include spending time with my family, cross-country skiing (I have completed 14 50-km marathons), kayaking, mountain biking, and woodworking.

Degree Field of Study Institution
M.S. Industrial Technology State University of New York College at Buffalo
B.S. Industrial Arts Education State University of New York College at Buffalo
A.A.S. Mechanical Technology Jamestown Community College
Courses Taught
MCT 1250: Statics for Technology
MCT 1340: Manufacturing Drawing & GD&T
MCT 1380: Introduction to Solid Modeling
Academic Interests
  • Mechanical Technology

  • Weaver, Michael. "Determining the Relevance of Jamestown Community College's Engineering and Technology Programs to Area Industry." Buffalo State. May, 2012.


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