Faculty Member, Mack Shelley, Co-Principal Investigator on Successful Miller Faculty Fellowship Proposal

Mack Shelley, university professorA Miller Faculty Fellowship Award was granted for the proposal "STEMLEAD AI for BIOL 101: STEM Learning Enhancement and Development through Artificial Intelligence for Undergraduate Students in Introductory Biology Courses." Mack Shelley, university professor in the Department of Statistics, will serve as Co-Principal Investigator on the team pioneering innovative approaches to undergraduate education.

Led by E.J. Bahng, associate professor in the School of Education, the project secured funding in the amount of $50,000 for its initiatives. Shelley's role in the successful proposal highlights his dedication to enhancing undergraduate learning experiences. His expertise and leadership enrich the project's potential impact on student education.

The Miller Faculty Fellowship Program, supported by the F. Wendell Miller Trust, provides opportunities for faculty to enhance scholarly work and develop innovative approaches to enhance student learning. Recipients have up to 12 months to meet the goals of their Fellowship project. Administered by the President’s Office and the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, the program reflects the legacy of F. Wendell Miller's generosity and commitment to advancing the university’s strategic plan.