Leonie Hintze is a graduate student in the College of Arts and Letters, studying German in a Master’s program.
Alison imagines her work as helping the next generation of criminal justice system workers and criminological researchers to have a more empathetic and emotional response to their work.
Future Academic Scholars in Teaching (FAST) supported Ahrom’s love of teaching and helped her learn how to integrate scholarship into her practice to have an informed teaching approach.
For Yue, the experience of being a doctoral student at MSU has immersed her in research which has, in turn, had her thinking more critically about her positionality.
It is because of the Geocognition Research Laboratory (GRL) and the kind of work her advisor, Dr. Julie Libarkin, does there that prompted Paty to come to MSU.
Natalia Pajares is a graduate student in the College of Engineering pursuing her doctorate in Materials Science and Engineering (CHEMS department)...
"Having both a space and a set of colleagues and mentors to support me has been an incredible privilege."
Dave is a full-time employee of MSU, working as a learning experience designer at the Hub for Innovation in Technology and Learning, in addition to being in the Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education (... Read More
Ashley is now studying Curriculum, Instruction, and Teacher Education (CITE) in the College of Education at MSU.
Gelica is a doctoral student in the sustainable tourism and protected area management program in MSU’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.