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), CSUS422 (Youth Leadership: Theory and Practice), CSUS423 (Educational Theory and Application of Experiential Learning in ANR), and CSUS493 (Professional Internship in Community Sustainability). Additionally, Dr. Everett also serves as an undergraduate academic advisor for Environmental Studies and Sustainability (ESS); Sustainable Parks, Recreation and Tourism (SPRT); and Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Education (AFNRE) students in the Department of Community Sustainability.
- B.A. Mathematics, Olivet College
- M.S. Crop and Soil Science, Michigan State University
- Ph.D. Community, Agriculture, Recreation and Resource Studies, Michigan State University
Dr. Everett’s research interests include the application of social-psychological theories to natural resources and education related contexts.
For further information, check out Michael’s MSU website.