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2019 AT&T Faculty

Faculty and Staff Award Competition in Instructional Technology

Responding to the growing use of online technologies for instruction at Michigan State University, Information Technology holds an annual awards program, generously funded by AT&T, to both recognize and encourage best practices in the use of technology to enhance teaching and learning.

Casey Henley

Best Fully Online - NEU 841

“Online education opens doors for students who would not otherwise be able to enroll in courses due to work, family, or other responsibilities.”


Yemisi Bolumole

Best Blended - SCM 373

"As industry struggles to find good quality talent with adequate technology skills, our primary focus as educators is the need to be responsive to these rapidly changing market needs."


Michael Thibideau

Best Enhanced - SCM 479

"Being able to create and interpret cost models is an important skill for procurement professionals that provides considerable power and tactical advantage during sourcing negotiations."


Anna McAlister

Honorable Mention - CAS 829

"CAS 829 teaches students about research, and is beneficial to them regardless of whether they plan to conduct their own research or simply want the skills to be able to assess research findings that are reported to them."


Andrea Bierema

Honorable Mention - ISB 202

"This course is award-worthy because it uses technology to offer a research-supported teaching approach in the type of classroom that is often thought of as unfeasible."


Aubrey Wigner

Honorable Mention - BUS 170

"It is human nature to solve problems, and by addressing problems in new and innovative ways people create economic, social and cultural value."