Michigan State University
The Au Sable Graduate Fellows Program at Michigan State University, initiated in 2005, includes graduate students studying a range of topics in ecology and evolution. These students make their home in a range of different departments from Crop and Soil Sciences to Zoology. Young professionals interested in creation stewardship also participate in regular events. Activities include monthly gatherings on or near campus to discuss topics related to creation stewardship, special outings/trips and attending the annual retreat to the Au Sable Great Lakes Campus.
The program at MSU is led by Dr. Jonathon Schramm, post doctoral researcher in the Department of Teacher Education, and advised by Dr. Chuck Elzinga, professor at the Lyman Briggs College.
Postdoctoral Research Associate
College of Education and the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center
330 Erickson Hall