Events Edition

Money Smart Week-MSU GeoCache for College Cash

Money Smart Week-MSU GeoCache for College Cash

Money Smart Week is a national public awareness campaign to promote financial education across all age groups and all knowledge levels. The MSU GeoCache for College Cash event will include topics such as: managing student debt, avoiding identity theft, using debit and credit cards wisely, understanding auto financing, successful budgeting and improving your credit score. The MSU GeoCache… Read More »

Ewigleben Lecture Symposium

Ewigleben Lecture Symposium

The Center for Higher and Adult Education presents the The Ewigleben Lecture Symposium. The Future of Contingent Faculty in Higher Education: Addressing Equity through Policy and Practice. Thursday, April 21, 2016 8:30am – 2:30pm Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. | Lunch begins at 12:00 p.m. The University Club (3435 Forest Rd., Lansing) Among the many ongoing debates in U.S.… Read More »

2016 AERA – MSU College of Education Reception

Join members of the Michigan State University (MSU) College of Education community at the college’s 2016 AERA reception in Washington D.C.! Faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends are welcome to enjoy good food, refreshments and great music from the college band, Against School Violence. Saturday, April 9, 2016 8:00 – 11:55 PM Location: Walter E. Washington Convention Center,… Read More »

MSU Summer Intensive on Community Engaged Scholarship

MSU Summer Intensive on Community Engaged Scholarship

Summer 2016 Attention: Early career, tenure-track faculty and advanced graduate students seeking faculty or staff positions in higher education MSU SUMMER INTENSIVE ON COMMUNITY ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP June 6-9, 2016 Kellogg Center Michigan State University’s Office of University Outreach and Engagement is hosting a Summer Intensive that will focus on community engaged research and community engaged… Read More »

The 8th Annual COGS Graduate Advocacy Conference

    The COGS Graduate Advocacy Conference, an opportunity to share and learn from others about the meaningful work graduate and graduate-professional students do for our communities. The Graduate Advocacy Conference will take place on Friday, March 25th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, with registration and a light… Read More »

Consortium Michigan Veteran Educators Regional Workshop

The Student Veterans Resource Center has partnered with the Consortium of Michigan Veteran Educators (CMVE) to co-host a regional workshop at MSU. The focus of this workshop is to discuss the student veteran experience in higher education and creating an inclusive campus culture for veterans. We will also provide opportunities for professional networking and participation… Read More »

The Undergraduate Research Office and Arts Forum Volunteers

The Undergraduate Research Office is seeking volunteers to provide constructive feedback to undergraduate students on their research presentations at the 2016 University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF), on Friday, April 8th in the MSU Union.  This year we have over 800 undergraduate students participating.  The students have varied skill levels, but are all eager to talk about… Read More »

Vincent Tinto:"Conversation on Theory and Practice

Vincent Tinto:"Conversation on Theory and Practice

If you are planning to attend Vincent Tinto’s talk, “Conversation on Theory and Practice,” sponsored by the Center for Higher and Adult Education and the College of Education, Dr. Tinto is asking that you read 2 articles that might help shape his discussion.   1.”Through the Eyes of Students”  2. “Taking the Classroom Seriously” his… Read More »

Science Olympiad Volunteer Opportunity

Typically volunteers are instructed to run stop watches, control crowds, check for wrist bands, reset stations, observe competitors to prevent cheating, etc. You may ask volunteers to assist you with the grading of tests, however, you must be sure that anyone who has direct contact with a competitor or an exam should NOT have any… Read More »

Engaging Flint: Context and Connections for Faculty Involvement

Engaging Flint: Context and Connections for Faculty Involvement The Flint water crisis has exposed pervasive, systemic problems experienced by the people of Flint and other disenfranchised urban communities. Across disciplines, many MSU faculty have been involved in research, teaching, and service designed to address pressing needs in Flint. Many others have expressed a desire to participate.… Read More »