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Jeffrey Adam Stanzler

University of Michigan
Lecturer in Education
Ann Arbor, MI
Jeff Stanzler is a faculty member at the University of Michigan School of Education, where he works in teacher education and digital media, and directs the Interactive Communications and Simulations (ICS) group, which designs and facilitates several mentored, web-based simulations and writing projects for high school and middle school students worldwide.  One of these simulations focuses on the Arab-Israeli conflict, a project that has engaged thousands of high school and college students, dating back to the early 1980’s.  Jeff is also on the faculty of the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies and the Michigan Community Scholars Program.