Marisa Brandt studies and teaches courses on the cultural, political, and ethical issues raised by emerging technologies as a member of the History, Philosophy, and Sociology of STEM group at Lyman Briggs College within Michigan State University.
Troy is a 24 time Emmy Award winner and has been nominated over 50 times for his work as a documentary filmmaker, and television journalist.
Troy has worked as a Filmmaker,
After being rejected from Wayne State University (WSU) out of high school, I followed my father’s footsteps and became an apprentice pipefitter. I worked on hydraulic, pneumatic and lubrication systems for automobile assembly lines.
George H. Berghorn is an Assistant Professor of Construction Management in the School of Planning, Design and Construction (SDPC) at Michigan State University, and an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the MSU Department of Forestry.
Lynn L. Wolff’s teaching and research interests encompass modern German literature and culture, in particular the relationship between literature and historiography, the representation of the Holocaust, theories of translation, practices of intermediality,
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Michigan State University is a large and diverse institution hosting a variety of climates and cultures. Understanding and navigating these cultures can sometimes be challenging,
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.