Resources from 2021-2022 Sessions
Session 1: Assessing the Climate in your Unit 10/28/2021
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.
Joseph A. Salem, Jr. serves as Dean of Libraries and started at Michigan State University on August 1, 2018. Prior to this position, he served as Associate Dean for Learning,
As part of our Leadership Fellows Program, four MSU academic administrators serve as mentors to our fellows and work collaboratively on a project to benefit their colleges.
Amy Ralston is the inaugural James K. Billman, Jr., M.D. Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Dr. Ralston leads a federally-funded research laboratory that seeks to identify the genetic and environmental causes of infertility and birth defects.
Amol Pavangadkar is a Senior Specialist and Professor of Practice in the School of Journalism. As a Filmmaker and content producer, he has produced and directed dozens of media projects,
Senta Goertler is Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Linguistics, Languages, and Cultures and also serves as the Director of Basic Languages in the German program.
Jeremy Francis is a Clinical Professor of Law and Writing Specialist in the MSU College of Law. He teaches a popular first-year writing seminar and leads writing workshops for several organizations,
Started in 2017-18, the Leadership Fellows program creates partnerships between mentors (current administrators) and fellows (faculty at least 5 years post-tenure). This program involves both a shadowing experience and work on a project developed jointly between the mentor and fellow.