Catherine Ryu is an associate professor of Japanese literature and culture at Michigan State University. Her research and teaching interests include classical Japanese literature, Heian narratives, gender studies, zainichi studies,
I received a BA in Sociology and Women’s Studies from Gonzaga University. I then received a MA in Applied Sociology and a Master’s certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies from Northern Arizona University.
Dustin DuFort Petty has been the Academic Advisor for the Bailey Scholars Program since 2013. He also serves as a course instructor for the program.
Dustin earned his BS from MSU in Agriculture &
Juli Liebler joined the School of Criminal Justice in 2015. She currently serves as an assistant professor (fixed term) and director of outreach. Juli teaches several CJ classes in police administration and leadership.
My name is Lindsey Jenny and I am an Assistant Professor in the Division of Human Anatomy, Department of Radiology. I have been at MSU, first as a student and now as a faculty member for 16 years.
Ricardo is an Academic Specialist – Professor of Practice at the Department of Media and Information, at the College of Communication Arts and Sciences. With a background in Fine Arts and over 20 years of Teaching experience,
PhD, Civil and Environmental Engineering-Transportation, Northwestern University
MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Northwestern University
BS, Civil Engineering, Sharif University of Technology
I was appointed as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics & Astronomy in the Spring of 2017. I had previously served as an instructor in the P-A Department (2015-2017) and a research associate in MSU’s National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory (2012-2015).
My career in education began almost thirty years ago with a part-time position teaching English as a Second Language at a private school in South Texas and has since awarded me opportunities for personal and professional exploration and growth.
Spring Conference on Student Learning and Success, May 6-8, 2019
Each May, we host a conference of MSU educators that showcases innovative teaching ideas and fosters a dynamic community of all who enhance the experiences of students,