“In times of catastrophes, some people find their humanity, while others lose theirs.”

– Glenn Stutzky –

This award-winning M.O.L.I.E. (Multimedia Online Learning Immersive Experience), explores human psychology during disasters and catastrophes. Students face challenges as they attempt to survive a catastrophic event.

Michigan State University students

Course listing: SW290
Prerequisites: none
Credits: 3

Course dates: TBD

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Students from other universities

Course listing: SW290
Prerequisites: none
Credits: 3

Course dates: TBD

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General public

Course listing: SW290
Prerequisites: none
Credits: Non-credit

Course dates: TBD

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Glenn R. Stutzky

As a social worker, Glenn has long been interested in how humans behave and why. He has worked extensively with educators, law enforcement, and community members on these issues for nearly 20 years.

Christopher F. Irvin

Christopher is an interdisciplinary visual artist. Creativity transcends all boundaries; thus, he believes that learning how to nurture and wield one’s creativity is imperative to approaching all endeavors in an extraordinary way.

Christopher has created award-winning experiences that promote exploration by intersecting art, pop culture, science, and technology.

Keesa V. Johnson

Keesa Johnson has dedicated her life to the arts and new paradigms of learning. “My goal in life is to make visions happen. I humbly wake up every day to collaborate with creatives, designers, programmers, educators and university policymakers to make nontraditional methods of learning come to life.”

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