The Marianne Amarel Fellowship for the Scholarship of Teaching
Biographical Information: Marianne Amarel was an educator and scholar who advocated the teacher’s role in the creation of knowledge and the construction of curriculum. She was an officer of the American Educational Research Association, a member of the national advisory board of the Institute for Research on Teaching at Michigan State University, and a senior researcher with the National Center for Research on Teacher Education. She participated in the creation of the Holmes Group, serving as liaison to the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. Her papers are archived at MSU. This fund was established in 1989 by Michigan State University, the Holmes Group, and family, friends, and colleagues of Marianne Amarel.