Meet the 2022 Teach Together Minnesota! Student Panelists

One session of the Teach Together Minnesota! conference on May 17 is a student panel. Nine students will share personal journeys of their educational experience, what has led to their successes, where they have encountered barriers to success, and their experiences with online learning and cultural fluency. This year’s panelists include broad representation from our international communities. 

Be sure to register for the Teach Together Minnesota! conference to listen to the panel. A recording will be available after the conference at www.MinnState.edu/TeachTogetherMN.

Meet the student panelists below: 

Micah Coatie 

Micah Coatie 
Field of Study: Accounting, BS 
Saint Paul College 


Enrique Determan 

Erique Determan 
Field of Study: Health and Physical Education, BS 
St. Cloud State University 


Guangyi "Glenn" Lin 

Guangyi “Glenn” Lin 
Field of Study: Applied Behavior Analysis, MS 
St. Cloud State University 


Mouhamet “Mo” Mar 

Mouhamet “Mo” Mar 
Field of Study: Finance and Business, AS 
Saint Paul College 


Priscilla Mayowa 

Priscilla Mayowa 
Field of Study: Business Administration 
North Hennepin Community College 


LaSherion McDonald 

LaSherion McDonald 
Field of Study: Nursing, MS 
Century College 


Kory Powell-Oliver 

Kory Powell-Oliver 
Field of Study: Graphic Communications, BA 
Minnesota State University Moorhead 


Juan David Rengifo 

Juan David Rengifo 
Field of Study: Marketing, AA 
Saint Paul College 


XiuLin Wang 

XiuLin Wang 
Field of Study: Languages, Supply Chain Management 
Saint Paul College 


Teach Together Minnesota! is a free, virtual conference bringing together educators from across Minnesota to have discussions with colleagues in their field of study grounded in cultural fluency and culturally relevant pedagogies. 

Learn more and register at www.MinnState.edu/TeachTogetherMN.  

In partnership with MN Learning Commons, the Minnesota Office of Higher Education, and the University of Minnesota.

Teach Together Minnesota! is funded in part by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education through the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Grant. 

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