The Lilly Fellows program at MSU recognizes faculty who have a demonstrated ability in the classroom. Each Lilly cohort is selected carefully from a pool of applicants who have each submitted a proposal for a class room innovation project.
If you are interested in applying to the Office of Faculty and Organization Development (FOD) to be considered as a Lilly Scholar, go to the Lilly Web Page on the FOD website.
Since its inception in the 1990s, the College of Engineering has been well represented in the Lilly Fellows program.
Our EGR colleagues who have participated as Lilly Fellows are listed below.
Congratulations to them all!
| year||EGR Lilly Fellow ||program ||link |
|1994-1995 ||Susan Masten ||Civil & Env Egr || |
| || Melissa Bauman||Materials Science || details|
| 1996-1997|| Eric Torng||Computer Sci & Egr || details|
| 1998-1999||Neeraj Buch || Civil & Env Egr|| |
| 2002-2003|| Charles Owen|| Computer Sci & Egr|| |
| 2003-2004||Syed Hasham || Civil & Env Egr||details |
| 2004-2005|| Rigoberto Burgueno||Civil & Env Egr || |
|Mantha Phankumar || Civil & Env Egr|| |
| 2005-2006||Norbert Mueller ||Mechanical Egr || |
|2006-2007 || Milind Khire||Civil & Env Egr || |
| 2009-2010||Vlad Tarabara ||Civil & Env Egr ||details |
|2010-2011 || Pat Walton|| Chemical Egr|| details|
| 2011-2012 ||Alison Cupples ||Civil & Env Egr || details|
|2012-2013 ||Dawn Reinhold||Biosystems & Ag Egr || (coming)|
| || Nizar Lajnef||Civil & Env Egr || (coming)|