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The Power of Endowed Faculty

October 24, 2014
The Power of Endowed Faculty

The Erickson legacy When W. Bruce Erickson created an endowed faculty chair at Michigan State University, he knew putting additional funds in the hands of faculty would empower bold ideas. Growing up the son of former Dean Clifford Erickson, he recognized the quality of the research and teaching in the College of Education. And...
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The Power of Renovation

October 24, 2014
The Power of Renovation

Transforming IM Circle On the banks of the Red Cedar is a nearly 100-year-old brick building. IM Circle is situated next to the Beal Botanical Gardens and nearby the Sparty statue. It has long been home to the Department of Kinesiology. Inside, the much...
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The Power of Scholarships

October 24, 2014
The Power of Scholarships

Annah Bravo’s story Annah Bravo felt limited her first few years as a college student. She had no scholarships and only enough in student loans to cover 12 credits per semester. That left her unable to enroll in electives or participate in additional academic...
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Scholarships for applied behavior analysis program available

October 20, 2014

Full scholarships for a graduate certificate from the College of Education’s applied behavior analysis program are now available. The program prepares students who are interested in becoming practitioners in...
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Cadavers beat computers for learning anatomy

October 16, 2014
Cadavers beat computers for learning anatomy

Despite the growing popularity of using computer simulation to help teach college anatomy, students learn much better through the traditional use of human cadavers, according to new research that...
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MSU launches education policy blog

October 1, 2014
MSU launches education policy blog

Scholars from the College of Education at Michigan State University have launched a new blog to share research-based insights on today’s policy issues in K-12 and higher education. The...
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