Events

Graduate Orientation 2.0 Workshop

March 16, 2016

How much to do you remember from Orientation in your first year of Graduate School? Are there important resources and opportunities that you don’t know about right here on campus? Then don’t miss Orientation 2.0 this Saturday, March 19 to learn about programs, resources, and opportunities that will help you succeed in graduate school and in your future career! Orientation 2.0...
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COGS Diversity, Inclusion and Sensitivity Workshop

March 16, 2016

The Graduate Welfare Committee of the Council of Graduate Students (COGS) is hosting our 2nd Annual Diversity, Inclusion and Sensitivity Workshop on March 19th from 8:30 – 2pm.  This year’s theme is The Power of Words, Actions and Silence. The purpose of the workshop is to encourage graduate and professional students to become more aware of behaviors...
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“Conversation on Theory and Practice” Dr. Vincent Tinto

March 16, 2016
“Conversation on Theory and Practice” Dr. Vincent Tinto


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2016 ACPA – Michigan Equity and Inclusion Summit

March 16, 2016

The 2016 Equity and Inclusion Summit theme is “Practicing Authenticity, Integrity, and Self-care as Students and Educators.”  For more information visit: http://mi.myacpa.org/equity-inclusion-summit/ The objective of this year’s theme is to bring graduate students, student affairs practitioners, and faculty together to discuss the challenges inherent in student affairs, equity and inclusion, and social justice work and...
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“Teaching With and Against Technology” Faculty Forum

March 16, 2016
“Teaching With and Against Technology” Faculty Forum

Invitation to the Michigan State University community Doubts about the effectiveness of technology in teaching and learning shadow its increasing use at MSU and elsewhere, in both traditional and online courses. The embrace of digital tools vies with worries about what they mean for essential features of our work as teachers. The presentation recognizes faculty...
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Tim Wise- The Julian Samora Research Institute Symposium Series

March 14, 2016
Tim Wise- The Julian Samora Research Institute Symposium Series

Tim Wise, noted author of White Like Me: Reflections on Race from a Privileged Son and speaker on antiracism, will be hosted on the MSU campus by the Julian Samora Research Institute on March 18, 2016.  This event will address racism from a White perspective which provides students with a venue for discussing this timely and important...
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Vincent Tinto, Distinguished University Professor Emeritus, and former Chair of the Higher Education Program, Syracuse University

March 2, 2016

Vincent Tinto is a national expert on student persistence and success whose book Leaving College, Rethinking the Causes and Cures of Student Attrition (University of Chicago Press, 1987) established the first widely adopted model of student departure. His most recent book, Completing College: Rethinking Institutional Action (University of Chicago Press, 2012) lays out a framework for institutional action...
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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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