Instructor of History and Comparative Arts, Interlochen Arts Academy
B.S. in Social Science Education from the University of South Florida and a M.A. in History from the American Public University
Daniel Asad was born to South Asian parents and raised in South America and Europe and attended American-International schools. By the time he was 18 he had already visited over 30 nations and five continents. Daniel holds a bachelor's degree in social science education and a master's in history. Before coming to Michigan, he had taught history overseas at an American-International school, and at public and independent schools in Florida and Maryland. He has taught courses in U.S. History, Latin American History, Psychology, Human Geography and AP World History, a subject area for which Daniel is a scorer for the College Board, flying to Utah every year to grade essays. Daniel has also led student trips overseas to Brazil and Italy. Daniel is married to Emily, an English teacher and published author, and together they have two daughters. The Asads spend their summers in South America.