The Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology leverages MSU’s energy and inventiveness by connecting people, designing opportunities, and facilitating innovation. Continuing changes in higher education will open opportunities for new ways to think, learn, create, and grow.
Now is the time to ensure MSU’s continued ability to educate Spartans capable of life-changing work that addresses the world’s toughest challenges. We welcome you to innovate with us, and to join the conversation about the future of education.
Core to MSU’s values are commitments to excellence, inclusivity, and connectivity. We understand that the more diverse our community, the stronger we are. Every Spartan should be able to draw strength from this community, see their place in it, and call this place home. The Hub takes seriously its responsibility and will fulfill our shared commitment to be excellent, inclusive, and connected.
Michigan State University is a place for remarkable innovation in learning and technology. These projects exemplify the types of work that the Hub will help to connect, amplify, and expand.
What We Do
We recognize that innovations in learning and the use of learning technologies will come from faculty, students, and staff working together inside and across experiences, programs, and departments. Our job is to help them—to help identify, accelerate, and sometimes create new ways to learn, research, deliver instruction, and collaborate.
The Hub is a space for innovation. We offer new ways to work, new physical spaces for collaboration, and a group of people who can help the campus design new ways to learn, develop assessments and research the use of learning analytics, and explore uses of digital technologies that will impact any learning environment.
We are designed to leverage, coordinate, and scale MSU’s existing energies and creativity by connecting people, designing opportunities, and facilitating innovation.
Please come work with us.
Who We Are
We are learning designers, instructional technologists, assessment experts, artists, researchers, and talented students.
Director: Jeff Grabill, Associate Provost for Teaching, Learning, and Technology | email@example.com
Teal Amthor-Shaffer | firstname.lastname@example.org
James Bender | email@example.com
Emily Brozovic | firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Chen | email@example.com
Nathan Evans | firstname.lastname@example.org
Chloe Foster | email@example.com
David Goodrich | firstname.lastname@example.org
Brendan Guenther | email@example.com
Susan Halick | firstname.lastname@example.org
Bill Heinrich | email@example.com
Libby Hoffman | firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher Irvin | email@example.com
Keesa V. Johnson | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessica Knott | email@example.com
Becky Matz | firstname.lastname@example.org
Angela Martin | email@example.com
Elizabeth Martin | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sean Meredith | email@example.com
Rashad Muhammad | firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick Noel | email@example.com
Julie Orler | firstname.lastname@example.org
Gerald Rhead | email@example.com
Tommy Truong | firstname.lastname@example.org
Erik Skogsberg | email@example.com
Mark Sullivan | firstname.lastname@example.org
David Wheeler | email@example.com
Caroline White | firstname.lastname@example.org
Leigh Graves Wolf | email@example.com
Shillo Wright | firstname.lastname@example.org
Breana Yaklin | email@example.com
Jen-nien (Ryan) Yang | firstname.lastname@example.org
Main line: (517) 355-5HUB (5482)
For office operations: (517) 432-8265
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