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This post is written by MSU faculty Chris Waters I am the course administrator and sole course instruction for the junior/senior “MMG 431:Microbial Genetics” course at MSU. This is a large lecture course consisting of ~150 students. My goal is for … Continue reading
Reposted from the Teaching Evolution in Action blog By Ian Zaback It’s a moment that we’ve all dreaded in one way or another. A student approaches you at the end of class clutching a note, and as the paper changes … Continue reading
This week’s BEACON Researchers at Work blog post is by MSU graduate student Emily Weigel. As a result of my work as a former Future Academic Scholars in Teaching (FAST) Fellow at Michigan State University, I was invited to participate … Continue reading