Alissa Cohen serves on the faculty of the English Language Center at MSU, where she has taught English as a second language and teacher training courses for almost 25 years.
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.
Anthony Ingle PE is a Teaching Specialist in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Michigan State University. He earned a Bachelor of Science from Michigan State University,
Eila Roberts is the Director of Zoo and Aquarium Science in the Department of Integrative Biology at Michigan State University. Her role includes teaching, advising, administration, and curriculum development.
Sara Roccabianca is the Martin J VanDerPloeg Professor in Mechanical Engineering within the School of Engineering. As a faculty member, Dr. Roccabianca’s goals are: to perform transformative research in the field of soft tissue biomechanics;
Marcie Ray is an Associate Professor of Musicology at the Michigan State University College of Music. She holds degrees from the University of Texas (B.M. in vocal performance) and the University of California,
Sarah Prior (she/they) is an Assistant Professor and the Undergraduate Program Director in the Sociology Department at Michigan State University. She teaches courses on sex, gender and sexuality;
Guo Chen is an Associate Professor of Geography and Global Urban Studies within the College of Social Science, a core faculty member of the Asian Pacific American (APA) Studies Program,
Piril Atabay, photo/bio coming soon.
Seven Mattes, received her PhD in Cultural Anthropology from Michigan State University in 2018, specializing in human-animal relationships and Japan Studies. Her applied research is aimed at improving disaster preparedness and resiliency for animals by incorporating a multispecies perspective.