Presidential Teaching Scholar Fellowships

The purpose of the fellowship program is to provide support for faculty in their commitments to teaching and learning at Minnesota State University, Mankato. Each fellow will be engaged in a teaching and learning project that will be unique and innovative, going beyond routine course preparation and revisions, and enhance both the fellow’s teaching and their students’ learning.


Current Presidential Teaching Scholar Fellowship Program Recipients:

Afroza Anwary (Sociology)
Washington D.C. Holocaust Memorial Library and Archive Research
Rebecca Bates and Adam Steiner (Integrated Engineering and Psychology)

Creation of an Ethics Theme through Cognitive Science Classes

Lyudmyla Stackpool and Iresha Premarathna (Biochemistry, Chemistry & Geology and Math & Stats)

The Effect of a Flipped Classroom Teaching Approach on Improving Student Performance and Decreasing the Opportunity Gap in Gateway Course Chemistry 201

Fei Yuan (Georgraphy)
Designing a New HyFlex GIS Course Using Open-Source Software

Past Presidential Teaching Scholar Fellowship Program Recipients