Senior Specialist Michael Everett works within the Department of Community Sustainability. Michael’s teaching assignment for 2018-2019 includes instruction of CSUS265 (Exploring Environmental and Sustainability Issues and Policy Using Film), CSUS 330 (Organizational Management for Community Sustainability),
Assistant Professor and Director of Online Learning Jonathan R. Weaver works in the Psychology Department at Michigan State University.
He earned his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of South Florida.
Daniel Smith is a dramaturg and theatre historian with research interests in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century French theatre, history of sexuality, and translation studies. After studying French Literature at the University of Notre Dame,
Geoff Recktenwald is a teacher, problem solver, engineer, hockey enthusiast, parent, husband, and community leader. He believes that he has a lot to learn and a lot to share. Recktenwald enjoys dialog and engagement on ideas because it sharpens nebulous notions into tangible tools.
Deric McNish earned his MFA from the conservatory at Case Western and the Cleveland Play House and his PhD from the University of Colorado Boulder. Deric’s work focuses on the scholarship of inclusive,
Instructional Technology/Teaching & Learning Librarian Emilia Marcyk at Michigan State University, where she develops instructional content, leads information literacy workshops for the First Year Writing program, and supervises student reference assistants.
Assistant Director of Digital Humanities Kristen Mapes in the College of Arts and Letters has been working at MSU since the summer of 2014. Her position and interests are varied across the teaching,
Wei Li grew up in China and studied Physiology and Biophysics at Peking University in Beijing. Li was fortunate to have an opportunity to participate in a mentored undergraduate research project that led to his interest in the function of antioxidant nutrient.
A native of Israel, Yore Kedem completed his BA at Tel Aviv University, with a double major in Music Performance and Education. From there he went to the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and completed an Ed.M and a Ph.D at the College of Education.