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Three programs ranked #1 in nation

March 10, 2015

The Michigan State University College of Education now has three graduate programs ranked No. 1 in the nation: elementary education, secondary education and rehabilitation counseling! According to the latest graduate school rankings from U.S. News & World Report, released today, this is the 21st consecutive year that both elementary and secondary education have held...
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Renn to receive Contribution to Knowledge Award

March 3, 2015
Renn to receive Contribution to Knowledge Award

Kristen Renn will be honored for her body of scholarship by ACPA College Student Educators International at the organization’s national convention this week. Renn will receive the 2015 Contribution to Knowledge Award. A professor of Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education (HALE), Renn studies student diversity, equity and success. Currently, she is co-principal investigator of...
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Posted in Center for the Study of Curriculum, CEPSE, College News, Educational Administration, Educational Policy Center, Global Educators Cohort Program, HALE, HALE Center, K-12 Outreach, Masters in HALE, Masters in Student Affairs Administration, Office of International Studies in Education, Other News, PhD in HALE, Teacher Preparation, Urban Educators Cohort Program |

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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Homecoming: Meet MSU’s first starting black quarterback

September 23, 2014
Homecoming: Meet MSU’s first starting black quarterback

College of Education alumnus Jimmy Raye, MSU’s first starting black quarterback, will be on campus this week in honor of Homecoming festivities and Project 60/50. Raye will be featured during a special meet-and-greet event from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m., Friday, Sept. 26 at the corner of Farm and Shaw Lanes. Raye was one of...
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Posted in Alumni, Center for Physical Activity and Health, CEPSE, College News, Development, Educational Administration, HALE, Institute for the Study of Youth Sports, Kinesiology, Outreach, Teacher Education, Urban Educators Cohort Program |

New book on women and higher education

August 29, 2014
New book on women and higher education

Focusing on the education of women throughout the world—especially women-only universities and other institutions—Kristen Renn’s newest publication is hitting shelves this month. Renn, a professor of Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education (HALE) in the Department of Educational Administration, traveled to 13 colleges and universities in 10 countries around the world to study women and...
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