By Peter Chipman, OCW Digital Publication Specialist and OCW Educator Assistant
For the past 28 years, the MacVicar Faculty Fellows Program has honored several MIT professors each year who have made outstanding contributions to undergraduate teaching, educational innovation, and mentoring.
This year’s awardees are Professors Polina Anikeeva (materials science and engineering), Mary Fuller (literature), William Tisdale (chemical engineering), and Jacob White (electrical engineering and computer science).
OCW is honored to share courses from three of this year’s Fellows:
- 21L.002 Foundations of Western Culture II
- 21L.704 Studies in Poetry: Gender and Lyric – Renaissance Men and Women Writing about Love
- 21L.007J After Columbus
- 21L.707 Writing Early American Lives: Gender, Race, Nation, Faith
- 21L.315 Prizewinners
- 21L.995 Special Topics in Literature: Milton’s “Paradise Lost”
- 21L.705 Major Authors: John Milton
- 21L.463 Renaissance Literature
- 21L.007 World Literatures: Travel Writing
- 21L.705 Major Authors: Rewriting Genesis: “Paradise Lost” and Twentieth-Century Fantasy
- 21M.013J The Supernatural in Music, Literature and Culture
- 21L.004 Reading Poetry
Interested in Instructor Insights from past MacVicar Fellows? Visit our OCW Educator portal to search for Insights from MIT Teaching Award Recipients. Delve into the minds of Arthur Bahr, Wit Busza, Catherine Drennan, Lorna Gibson, and many other MIT professors advancing teaching and learning in their fields.