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Boosting physical activity among kids

March 8, 2013
Boosting physical activity among kids

A federal panel that includes a Michigan State University fitness expert today released a new report with recommendations to get American children active and healthy. Karin Pfeiffer, MSU associate professor of kinesiology, helped craft the recommendations as a member of the Science Board of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition. Prepared by a...
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Kinesiology scholar earns fellowship in women’s health research

March 7, 2013
Kinesiology scholar earns fellowship in women’s health research

Assistant professor of kinesiology Lanay Kazmirzack (nee Mudd) is one of four scholars selected this year to participate in a Michigan State University program focused on supporting women’s health research. The Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health (BIRCWH) program provides faculty members with partial salary coverage and $25,000 worth of research and training...
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Math standards focus of new book

February 25, 2013
Math standards focus of new book

Over the next decade, the Common Core State Standards will affect nearly every K-12 student and teacher in the U.S. A new book co-authored by Kristen Bieda, assistant professor of teacher education, and MSU alumnus Samuel Otten, Connecting the NCTM Process Standards and the CCSSM Practice takes a detailed look at the CCSSM’s Standards...
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College’s creative team garners prestigious awards for annual report

February 22, 2013
College’s creative team garners prestigious awards for annual report

Dubbed the “Oscars of advertising,” the ADDY Awards is the industry’s largest and most well-known competition, recognizing professionals and students across the nation who have created innovative, creative solutions for web, print, video and digital mediums. The Michigan State University College of Education won both a Gold ADDY Award – and a highly sought-after Best in Show...
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Educational Psychology and Educational Technology programs to receive national award

February 18, 2013
Educational Psychology and Educational Technology programs to receive national award

The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) has selected the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology’s (EPET) program at Michigan State University to receive the Best Practice Award for the Innovative Use of Technology. The award honors the full collection of EPET academic programs, including a certificate, master’s degree and doctorate, all of which...
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