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Using Theory in Educational Research

March 2, 2016

  A nuanced, cohesive foundation in theory is a valuable element to academic research and writing, yet many find theory and its use puzzling and abstract. Join EAD faculty Brendan Cantwell, Leslie Gonzalez, and Terah Venzant Chambers as they discuss the role of theory in informing their research and supporting their writing. Discussion will...
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Writing for Wider Audiences- EAD Professional Committee

February 24, 2016

Have you considered promoting your scholarship to wider audiences? Do you identify as a scholar-activist and want to expand your reach? Are you a policy scholar interested in tapping into the Twitter-blog-paper path to catch the attention of policymakers and other stakeholders? If you answered in the affirmative or these questions simply piqued your...
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2016 Summer Institutes for Educators-Consortium For Latin American Studies Program

February 24, 2016

CLASP promotes all facets of Latin American studies nationwide. CLASP fosters global competency, language proficiency and cultural awareness of Latin America and the Caribbean, drawing upon interdisciplinary and area expertise. CLASP encourages excellence in teaching and program development; organizes workshops at national and regional conventions; develops curriculum materials; promotes teaching of less commonly taught languages; recognizes exemplary children’s...
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Education Reform and Gender: What Gets “Disrupted” and What Stays the Same

February 24, 2016

Education Reform and Gender: What Gets “Disrupted” and What Stays the Same Friday, February 26 1:30-3:00pm, 303 International Center This presentation focuses on the gendered nature of educational reform in the United States and the resilience of the gendered divide between the reformers and those reformed over the last one hundred years. The presentation...
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Critical Conversations Series- COGS

February 24, 2016

  Combating Rape Culture – Interrupting in Social and Academic Settings Friday, March 25th / 6-7:30pm / Kellogg Center   Joining the Journey – Partners With a History of Relationship Violence Tuesday, April 12th / 6-7:30pm / Chittenden Hall Basement   Fireside Stories – Talking About Resilience and Recovery Tuesday, April 19th / 6-7:30pm / Chittenden Hall...
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2016 ACPA Annual Convention

February 22, 2016
2016 ACPA Annual Convention


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Call for Submissions:The Journal of College and University Student Housing

February 17, 2016

Special Issue: Social Justice in College Housing Numerous contemporary events and trends have triggered activism across the US, largely in response to injustices and systemic racism. Residence halls are often one of the initial places college students encounter and make meaning of differences, and have the potential to enhance openness to diversity among residents....
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Summer School-The Institute of Education at National Research University

February 17, 2016

The Institute of Education at National Research University – Higher School of Economics (Moscow), China Institute for Educational Finance Research and Graduate School of Education at Peking University invite earlier career researchers, institutional researchers, and doctoral students, to apply to the upcoming IV INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL ON HIGHER EDUCATION RESEARCH The theme of the...
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Graduate Workshops

February 15, 2016

SUCCEEDING IN GRADUATE SCHOOL Title: Navigating the Phd: Writing Processes & Strategies for Academic Writing Date: 3/4/2016 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM Description: In this 3-hour workshop, the focus will be on writing processes and practices. The PhD programs at MSU require written comprehensive exams, dissertation proposals, and dissertations. In the workshop, participants will explore...
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Graduate Research Colloquium Social Media

February 10, 2016

We are so excited for the annual Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education Graduate Research Colloquium this Saturday, February 13, 2016, as current students from all programs present on course work, independent research, research assistant projects, and dissertations. There are two sessions: 9:30 – 10:30 am and 10:30 – 11:30 am. This year we will be live tweeting...
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