Jeremy Van Hof, Ph. D.

Teaching Center Director

Dr. Jeremy Van Hof is the Teaching Center Director at Michigan State University's Center for Teaching and Learning Innovation (CTLI), where he focuses on leading a team of educational development experts. With an academic and professional background spanning over two decades, he has worked in various educational settings, from high school classrooms to university departments. Prior to joining CTLI, he served as the Director of Learning Technology and Development at the Eli Broad College of Business at MSU, spearheading initiatives in areas such as accessibility, instructional design, and diverse teaching modalities. A champion for equitable and engaging education, Van Hof's work aims to bring a student-centered vision to educator development, supporting MSU's nationally recognized faculty and staff in their teaching practice.

Guided by a commitment to social justice, he traces his educational philosophy back to his formative years as an undergraduate at MSU, where he realized the profound connection between education and societal equity.  Van Hof's accolades include the 2022 #iteachmsu Educator Award, the 2020 Broad College Distinguished Staff Award, and the 2017 Rick Fredericks Award for Outstanding Leadership. Dr. Van Hof holds a Ph.D. in Educational Studies from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, a Master's in Curriculum and Teaching from MSU, a Master's in Library and Information Science from Wayne State University, and a BA in English Education from MSU.

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  • Classroom Response Systems & Pedagogies
  • Experiential Learning
  • SoTL
  • Facilitating Class Discussions
  • Curriculum Development
  • Syllabus Best Practices
  • Self-Assessment, Reflection, and Inner Feeback
  • #iteachmsu Commons
  • Student Feedback
  • Catalyst Innovation Grants