|Ginger Shultz||CHEM 216|
|Mitchell Dudley||ECON 101|
|Eric Bell||HONORS 222|
|Peter Bodary||MOVESCI 110|
|Peter G. Larose||MATH 216|
|Rachel Goldman||MSE 250|
|Barbara Koremenos||POL SCI 364|
|Brenda Gunderson||STATS 250|
Mitchell Dudley | Participating Faculty
Mitchell Dudley, Lecturer in the Department of Economics at the University of Michigan, graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in Environmental Science and Economics, completed his Master’s degree and Doctorate of Philosophy in Economics at North Carolina State University. In his twelve years of teaching, Mitchell has taught at four different universities, including the University of Michigan. He is passionate about teaching and mentoring students.
Eric Bell | Participating Faculty
Eric Bell, Professor, Co-Director of Undergraduate Programs in the Department of Astronomy, studies the physics of galaxy formation and evolution using large survey datasets. His areas of particular interest include the evolution of non star-forming galaxies over the last 10 billion years, the exploration of galaxy interactions and their effects on galaxies, and the use of stellar population models in analyzing the evolution of the galaxy population.
Peter Bodary | Participating Faculty
Dr. Peter Bodary is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Applied Exercise Science and Movement Science, and the Director of Innovative Teaching and Learning, in the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology. Prior to his time at U-M, Dr. Bodary was an assistant professor at Wayne State University after completing his PhD in Exercise Science at the University of South Carolina.
Gavin LaRose | Participating Faculty
Gavin LaRose, Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at the University of Michigan, completed his Ph. D. at Northwestern University. His interests are in mathematical modeling, including some applied to biological or chemical systems.
Rachel S. Goldman | Participating Faculty
Rachel S. Goldman, an early adopter faculty member for M-Write, is Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Associate Director of the Applied Physics Program. Fellow of the American Physical Society and author of more than 120 publications, she is promoting writing-to-learn pedagogies in introductory and intermediate courses in materials science and engineering.
Barbara Koremenos | Participating Faculty
Barbara Koremenos, Professor in the Department of Polical Science at the University of Michigan, completed her Ph.D. at the University of Chicago. Koremenos received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award for her research -- the first such winner to study international relations and law. She focuses on the tens of thousands of international agreements that states negotiate, conclude, sign, and implement.
Brenda Gunderson | Participating Faculty
Brenda Gunderson is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Statistics. She coordinates and teaches the largest undergraduate statistics course, Stats 250: Statistics and Data Analysis, with over 4000 students each year. She is involved in a number of projects that are looking at various interventions to help engage students and provide multiple paths for developing, practicing, and testing their understanding of concepts and relationships.