Ann Couturier $1,000
College of Arts and Letters Excellence in Education Fund
The faculty and staff in the College of Arts and Letters continuously put their best foot forward in creating academically rewarding courses for students across the college. In the Spring of 2020, our faculty made an abrupt transition into remote teaching due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although these changes were sudden, our faculty and technology team in the College of Arts and Letters have worked together to build programs and courses that provide an engaging academic experience for all of our students. As our faculty and staff continue to provide an excellent academic experience, they are consistently learning the new and best ways to adapt courses and course materials into any format that may be deemed necessary. The Excellence in Education fund is able to provide financial support to ensure that students continue to receive a high-quality education in a remote setting and beyond.
Give to the Excellence in Education Fund to Support Academic Achievement
The Excellence in Education fund will provide College of Arts and Letters faculty and staff with financial support for the resources and tools they need to adapt and enhance online learning for students. Some of these resources include online training programs, various tools and applications used in online classes and technology that provide an excellent online experience for both students and faculty. Although our faculty miss teaching these courses in person, they want to continue to provide their students with all of the support they can. With your help, we can ensure our students continue to stay academically engaged through the use high quality online education tools.
The College of Arts and Letters aims to provide students with the highest quality education possible. Our wonderful faculty and staff have worked extremely hard to accomplish our mission of providing a well-rounded and engaging academic experience for all students in the college.
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East Lansing, MI 48824
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