Miscellaneous Edition

Call for Instructors: Fall 2014 Sections for EAD 315: Student Leadership Training

EAD 315 Course Description EAD 315 is a three-credit, pass/no pass course. Curriculum topics include leadership theories, leadership skills, self-awareness and efficacy, communication, diversity, interculturalism, ethics, teamwork, and group dynamics. Facilitators are encouraged to facilitate both experiential and discussion-based learning that enables students to practice and reflect on the leadership skills they develop during the… Read More »

Changes to Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Formatting: Take Note!!

Changes to Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Formatting have been approved by The University Committee on Graduate Studies. The changes are effective immediately.  Updates have been made to: The Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Formatting Guide The Formatting Tutorial The Approval Form  (a fillable PDF) The General Thesis and Dissertation Home Page Formatting should be easier for… Read More »

January Newsletter from COGS!!

The January edition of the COGS Newsletter is available.  Here’s what you’ll find: An invitation to the Awards Convocation January’s Full Council Meeting Highlights COGS 2013-2014 Disciplinary Leadership Award Winners COGS Upcoming Events 2014 Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week:  April 6-12 New EAD representative to COGS:  Mandie Maxwell, first year SAA MA student.  Please… Read More »

AERA-Related Deadlines

Please be aware of the following deadlines: Applications for Institute on Statistical Analysis:  February 10, 2014 Call for Education Research Conference Proposals:  February 20, 2014 AERA-MET Dissertation Fellowship Program:  March 3, 2014  

Interested in International Student Affairs?

The International Association of Student Affairs and Services (IASAS) encourages student affairs/higher education professionals who are interested in international student affairs to join their organization or listserv. The Purposes of IASAS are to: Strengthen and diversify cooperation among individuals and organizations in the student affairs and services field worldwide. Promote the student affairs and services… Read More »

Call for Research Papers: 2014 Spring GLBT KC White Paper

The Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Issues Knowledge Community, part of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, is offering an exciting opportunity to publish research! We seek research papers and/or briefs to highlight in the upcoming 2014 Spring GLBT KC White Paper. The NASPA GLBT Issues Knowledge Community compiles research summaries and briefs twice… Read More »

Inside Teaching MSU Email Digest

Inside Teaching MSU is an on-line network and resource center for MSU grad students and postdocs, “dedicated to promoting teaching excellence through conversations and sharing best practices”.  This digest will be send periodically over the course of the academic year and will include information on events and teaching resources for graduate students and postdocs.  All… Read More »

NEW!! AERA Division J Grad Net

The Division J Graduate Student Network has launched a new site where it will feature discussions with scholars from our division. We welcome AERA Div J Graduate students to listen to the pilot episode featuring special guest Dr. Adrianna Kezar, Professor of Higher Education, University of Southern California and Vice President AERA Division, an expert… Read More »

Spring 2014 College of Education's Office of Student Writing Assistance Information

Through the College of Education’s Office of Student Writing Assistance (OSWA), Professor Douglas Campbell is available to help College of Education undergraduate and graduate students improve their writing, and he is pleased as well to assist faculty, staff, post-doctoral fellows, and visiting scholars.  Please see his weekly schedule of office hours below for Spring Semester… Read More »

Call for Submissions: Research & Practice in Assessment

Research & Practice in Assessment (RPA) is currently soliciting articles and book reviews for its Summer 2014 issue.  The focus of the issue will address the role of qualitative methods in higher education assessment.  Manuscripts should provide empirical, theoretical, or applied frameworks that examine ways in which various qualitative approaches contribute to the field of higher education… Read More »