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Students receive new study abroad scholarships

Students receive new study abroad scholarships

Five College of Education students participating in study abroad programs this summer will have a portion of their costs covered thanks to a new scholarship program. Dean Donald E. Heller recently presented the awards to the students, who were selected from a pool of nearly 30 applicants. The college is working to increase the rate… Read More »

The Power of Scholarships

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 opportunities that come, for example, with being a member of the… Read More »

Doctoral student earns AERA grant

Doctoral student earns AERA grant

Justina Judy, a PhD candidate in the Educational Policy program at Michigan State University, has received a dissertation grant from the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Judy is the second MSU doctoral student this year to earn the prestigious award, which amounts to $20,000 and exclusive professional development experiences with fellow scholars. Each year, hundreds… Read More »

Teacher education department names new chairperson

Teacher education department names new chairperson

Nationally-known social studies scholar Margaret Crocco was recently named chairperson of the Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University. She had previously served as a visiting scholar at the College of Education, and her appointment as chairperson began on May 16. Most recently, Crocco was professor and dean of the College of Education at… Read More »

MSU grad named Michigan Teacher of the Year

MSU grad named Michigan Teacher of the Year

Michigan State University College of Education alumna Melody Arabo has been named 2014-2015 Michigan Teacher of the Year! Arabo, BA ’01 (Education), MA, ’04 (Curriculum and Teaching), is currently teaching third grade at Keith Elementary School in the Walled Lake Consolidated School District. She has 12 years of teaching experience, and was selected from among 238… Read More »

Fendler honored by UW-Madison School of Education

Fendler honored by UW-Madison School of Education

Department of Teacher Education Professor Lynn Fendler has received the 2014 Distinguished Achievement Award from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Education. It is the school’s top alumni honor, and was presented to Fendler at a ceremony held on April 12. Fendler received a PhD in Curriculum and Instruction in 1999 from the UW-Madison’s School… Read More »

Dalebout to receive Outstanding Alumni Award

Dalebout to receive Outstanding Alumni Award

The Michigan State University College of Communication Arts and Sciences (CAS) has selected Assistant Dean Susan Dalebout as the college’s 2014 Outstanding Alumni Award recipient. Selected by the CAS alumni board, Dalebout was chosen for the college’s most prestigious award based on professional and personal achievements. She joins a select and distinguished group of Spartans,… Read More »

Kinesiology students honored with Scholar-Athlete Awards

Kinesiology students honored with Scholar-Athlete Awards

Top student athletes from the College of Education were honored on April 14 at the 17th annual Michigan State University Spartan Academic Excellence Gala. The semi-formal event was held at the Breslin Center, and recognized MSU athletes’ contributions to the community – and the classroom – for the 2013-2014 academic year. Six Department of Kinesiology… Read More »

Students receive first-place awards for undergraduate research

Students receive first-place awards for undergraduate research

Four College of Education undergraduate students received first-place awards for exemplary research presentations at the 2014 University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF) on April 4 at the MSU Union. The day-long event showcased students’ unique, creative work in a variety of categories – from the arts and social sciences to health and wellness. Oral… Read More »

Two alumni receive Milken Awards

Two alumni receive Milken Awards

Considered the Oscars of teaching awards, the Milken Educator Award is given annually to 40 early- to mid-career secondary teachers throughout the United States who have demonstrated excellence in education. And this year, two of the recipients are graduates of Michigan State University. Alumnus Mark Miazga, BA ’00 (English, Secondary Education), was completely stunned recently during… Read More »