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Faculty Spotlight


The following faculty spotlights highlight a faculty member who has done or is currently doing something amazing in support of quality teaching and learning at MSUB. If you have or know a faculty member who has something innovative to share, we'd love to visit with you.



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    Kari Dahle-Huff

    Assistant Professor, Reading


      What is the best part about being an MSU Billings faculty member?


      The best part is the people I work with. Hands down. That is from the staff to the faculty to the students I work with. There’s wonderful, caring, relationships that really support a learning environment.

      Why did you choose to do what you do? How did you get here?


      I did my undergraduate degree at the University of Montana Western, and I got my teaching degree there. And then, I went up to Peace Corps, and after Peace Corps, I came back and I moved to Minnesota, and I got my Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction at Minnesota State University Moorhead , and I worked in the Moorhead Public School there for a while and realized that I wanted to continue my education. So I went to the University of Minnesota in the Twin Cities and I got my Ph.D. in Critical Literacy English Education. And I came back to Montana to MSUB.


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