The following academics are fellows of MSU’s cohort for the 2019-20 Big Ten Academic Alliance (BTAA) Academic Leadership Program.
I am very pleased to announce that Dr. David Rayl is the recipient of the second annual Simmons Chivukula Award for Academic Leadership. The award is generously sponsored by a gift from Dr.
On April 22, AAN, along with Academic Human Resources and The Work Life Office, hosted its annual spring symposium. This year’s symposium focused on “Envisioning the Future of Academic Work at MSU” with Dr.
The Lilly Teaching Fellows Program began in 1991 and served as “an opportunity to engage in a year-long exploration of the robust scholarship on effective practices in University teaching.
The Walter and Pauline Adams Academy of Instructional Excellence and Innovation was created in 2008, originally as a teaching and learning fellowship program for non-tenure-system academics. In 2017-18, the program was opened to all MSU tenure system and fixed-term faculty,
Envisioning the Future of Academic Work at MSU
Date: April 22, 2019
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location: Kellogg Center, Lincoln Room
The Academic Advancement Network (AAN) hosts a symposium each spring on a topic of importance for higher education in general and MSU in particular.
Carol Wilkins graduated with a B.S. in chemistry from St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana. She received her Ph.D. in biochemistry here at MSU. Wilkins has been teaching at MSU,
Ann Folino White received her Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Theatre and Drama, and a Gender Studies Certificate from Northwestern University.
Dr. Folino White’s teaching interests include stage directing and U.S.
Academic Specialist Ellen Moll is in Teaching and Curriculum Development with the Center for Integrative Studies in the Arts and Humanities. Her curriculum development interests include interdisciplinary and integrative pedagogy,