Faculty

At SVSU, we believe faculty can have the best of both worlds: being able to teach, have meaningful interaction with students, and the support to conduct and present research. Each month faculty work is published in the internal faculty/staff newsletter, the "Interior". See what's new:

October 2010

At SVSU, we believe faculty can have the best of both worlds: being able to teach, have meaningful interaction with students, and the support to conduct and present research. Each month faculty work is published in the internal faculty/staff newsletter, the "Interior". See what's new:

April 2014

  • Marlena Bravender, assistant professor of education technology, presented a paper titled “Authoring online simulations: Will it make me a better principal?” at the Society of Information Technology in Teacher Education annual conference, March 21 in Jacksonville, Fla.
  • Geoffrey V. Carter, assistant professor of English, presented a paper and video as part of a panel entitled “Videocy in the Age of Open Access: The Challenges for Scholarship” at the Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 19-22 in Indianapolis, Ind.
  • Eric Gardner, associate dean of the College of Arts & Behavioral Sciences, has a chapter titled “Slave Narratives and Archival Research” in the Oxford Handbook of the African American Slave Narrative (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014: 36-53). Gardner spoke as part of an invited roundtable on the book at the C19 Nineteenth-Century Americanists Conference, March 13 at the University of North Carolina.
  • Tai Chi Lee, professor of computer & information systems, had a paper titled “Geometric Transformations via Matrix Multiplications Using Hardware/Software Co-design” published in the International Journal of Advances in Computer Science, Vol. 3 Issue 2, pp. 91-96, March 2014.
  • Mike Mosher, professor of art/communication digital media, was asked to create an art installation for the 52nd Ann Arbor Film Festival at the Michigan Theater, March 25-30, in Ann Arbor.

Those Who Changed Us

Throughout our lives, we recall those teachers who had an impact on us. Here, alumni and students share thoughts on SVSU faculty who changed their lives.

Faculty Member
Nameeta Mathur

Nameeta Mathur

"Living up to high expectations is infectious once you start meeting them. Her teaching fundamentally transformed the way I analyzed the world."

-- described Aaron Crossen, 2008, B.A., history/communication. He is a marketing and sales coordinator for Cech Corp. in Saginaw.

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