Professor Evaluates Graduate Curriculum and Pedagogy as Lilly Fellow

Lynn Wolff’s desire to teach and to do it well threads throughout her quest to work and participate in a lifetime of learning. Just recently, she devoted a full academic year to refining her teaching and leadership abilities as a participant in the Lilly Teaching Fellowship program. As a 2019-20 fellow, Wolff joined a cohort of 16 MSU faculty and academic specialists to engage in collaborative, cross-disciplinary work as Lilly or Adams Academy Fellows.

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Sophia Cheng

Spotlight - Sophia Cheng There is a common motivational saying that goes along the lines of “it's the journey, not the destination that matters”. Every journey has its turns and…

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Krsna Santos
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Krsna Santos

Spotlight - Krsna Santos "Umm, it's complicated" is usually the response I give when people ask me "Where are you from?" For many it's a harmless question, they can say…

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100 Years of Bauhaus at MSU

October 14-19: Events & Symposium Celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany. The famous art school influenced a broad range of disciplines including art,…

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Pia Banzhaf

Spotlight - Pia Banzhaf Before I even could read, a page in my children’s encyclopedia brimming with drawings of inventions for the exploration of the deep sea captured my imagination.…

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Thomas Wilkins

Spotlight - Thomas Wilkins Although the majority of my classmates in my German courses were pursuing degrees in languages, the arts, or education, I was a minority earning a minor…

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Theresa Schenker

Spotlight - Theresa Schenker Ever since I can remember I wanted to become a teacher. It is no surprise perhaps - coming from a family of teachers - that my…

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