Jonathan Choti is Assistant Professor (Fixed-Term) of African languages and cultures in the Department of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African Languages. He holds a PhD in linguistics from MSU.
The Lilly Teaching Fellows Program began in 1991 and has served as “an opportunity to engage in a year-long exploration of the robust scholarship on effective practices in University teaching.” The Lilly Fellows Program has supported Fellows to become future faculty leaders and to inspire a broad range of faculty to pursue excellence in teaching.
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.
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,
Dr. Quentin R. Tyler currently serves as the Associate Dean and Director for the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) at Michigan State University (MSU).
Heidi Schroeder is the Accessibility Coordinator at the MSU Libraries. In this role, she oversees and advocates for accessibility initiatives across the Libraries and works with various campus accessibility groups and stakeholders.
Dr. David Hyndman is an internationally known hydrogeologist and Chair of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. His research focuses on quantifying the impacts of changes in climate and land use on the water cycle.
Charles “Lee” Cox is professor and chair of the Department of Physiology in the Colleges of Human Medicine, Natural Science, and Osteopathic Medicine. Lee’s research focuses on neural plasticity, which is the ability of the brain or neuronal circuits to adapt to changes in inputs,