Wyatt Tustin is an Adjunct Instructor in mathematics for the College of Western Idaho. Originally from Montana, he loves anything that involves time in the great outdoors, including hiking, skiing, rafting, kayaking, camping and fishing.
He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics/Statistics in 1982 from Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana, then returned to campus for two additional years to complete a second Bachelors degree in education. After teaching high school in Montana for six years he moved to Laramie, Wyoming to complete a Master of Arts degree in Educational Administration at the University of Wyoming.
He has worked as a high school mathematics teacher and administrator for 29 years, and is currently employed as the Assistant Principal of Renaissance High School in Meridian. He still loves teaching, however, and has been teaching developmental math courses for the College of Western Idaho since 2010.