The Adams Academy Fellowship Program
The Adams Academy invites applicants for its 2022-2023 cohort. This call for proposals will remain open until April 30, 2022.
This annual OFASD program brings together a cross-disciplinary group of faculty and academic staff for a year-long fellowship focused on advanced topics in teaching and learning.
The Lilly Fellowship Program
The Lilly Fellows Program invites applicants for its 2022-2023 cohort. The program is intended to advance the University’s continuing efforts to support excellence in teaching and learning.
The purpose of mid-semester feedback is to collect formative feedback on your course to explore possible adjustments. Mid-semester feedback is optional.
Mid-semester feedback is a useful approach for receiving feedback on the course experience at a moment when it is possible to make adjustments.
Bryan R. Smith is an Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering within the School of Engineering and a member of the Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering (IQ). He received his Bachelor’s degree in physics,
Julie Sinclair received her Ph.D. in Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education from Michigan State University, a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree with an emphasis in international management from the Monterey Institute of International Studies,
Mangala Sadasivan is an associate professor in Medical Education at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MSUCOM) and adjunct faculty in the Department of Psychiatry. She holds a PhD in Speech Language Pathology focused on neuropathology from MSU.
Jon Keune focuses on religion, social history and transnational flows between South Asia and East Asia.
Keune’s earlier research observed the development of popular, devotional (bhakti) Hindu traditions,
Catalina Bartlett is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures (WRAC), a Faculty Fellow and Core Faculty member in the Center for Gender in Global Context (GenCen),
Dr. Megan K. Halpern is an assistant professor at Michigan State University, where she teaches science communication and science & technology studies at Lyman Briggs College. She is also the inaugural scholar-in-residence at MSU’s Center for Interdisciplinarity.
Dr. Lorelei Blackburn is an Assistant Professor in the Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures (WRAC) Department at Michigan State University. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Purdue University,