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2021 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.

Liz Owens Boltz

Best Fully Online - CEP 817

“Design involves creativity and problem solving at the crossroads of many fields and disciplines -- CEP 817 is intentional about engaging learners in a process of design that results in relevant, applicable outcomes for their professional contexts.”


Antoinette Tessmer & Iskandar (Alex) Arifin

Best Blended - FI 355

"FI355 offers the opportunity to build a strong expertise in Excel financial modeling which is what Corporate America is expecting from our graduates."


Kyle Shack & Candace Robertson

Best Enhanced - CEP 815

"While trying to meet the needs of our learners during the emergence of COVID-19 and stay-at-home orders, we were able to emphasize a core course theme of finding your voice as a leader through simple yet powerful uses of technology."

Kyle Shack and Candace Robertson

Jason Smith

Honorable Mention - EGR 102

"EGR 102 is a first year engineering course aimed at introducing students to the concept and practical application of mathematical modeling techniques and tools in a way that is dynamic and inspires a curiosity for future applications."


Jason Smith

John Spink

Honorable Mention - SCM 303

“A thorough and working knowledge of an introduction to supply chain management is critical for all of our students who are on their way to future leadership roles -- and the COVID year has further emphasized the need for expertise.”

John Spink

Eva Kassens-Noor

Honorable Mention - UP/CE 878

"Our students will plan, design and engineer our life with artificial intelligence; experiencing its strengths and limitations in class today will help them create a better tomorrow."

Eva Kassens-Noor