Stearns Center's Thank-a-Teacher Program Recognizes MAIS Faculty

The Stearns Center for Teaching and Learning recently issued the results of its Thank-a-Teacher program that invites students to acknowledge faculty who have made a difference in their lives. The College of Humanities & Social Sciences was well represented, with 34% of the total commendation letters.

Interdisciplinary Studies was also well represented, with concentration heads Maria Dakake (Religious Studies), Samuel Frye (Social Entrepreneurship), and Rachel Lewis (Social Justice & Human Rights and Women & Gender Studies) receiving recognition. Felicianne Garland-Jackson, a graduate of the Women & Gender Studies concentration, also received recognition. Congratulations to all of these fine teachers!

For current Interdisciplinary Studies students, keep the Thank-a-Teacher program in mind if you would like to recognize a faculty member who made a difference in your life. Hearing from you will make a difference in theirs!