Michigan State University students interested in becoming teachers will engage in a nationally televised conversation about the teaching profession with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan on Monday, Sept. 27. MSU is one of only four institutions across the country selected to participate in the MSNBC broadcast live from their campuses. The university’s College of… Read More »
Min Sun, a doctoral student in the Educational Policy and Measurement and Quantitative Methods programs at MSU, has received a $20,000 AERA grant to support her dissertation research in the coming year. The American Educational Research Association (AERA) awards up to 15 Dissertation Grants each year to researchers who are addressing important education policy issues… Read More »
Check out video from the 2010 Awards Reception on the College of Education YouTube channel.
Lauren Stevenson Michigan State University teaching intern Lauren Stevenson was recognized as the second place winner in the 2010 MATE Student Teacher/ Intern of the Year Award Competition during a reception on May 20 in Ypsilanti, Mich. Three other MSU interns – Colleen Chick, Colleen Gitter and Shalyne Love – received honorable mentions in the… Read More »
Annis N. Brown, a doctoral student in the Department of Teacher Education, was elected to serve as Chair-Elect for the Graduate Student Council (GSC) of the American Educational Research Association for 2009-2010. This election is an important honor for Annis and brings recognition to our institution as well. AERA is committed to enhancing the quality… Read More »
Dwi Yuliantoro, a Ph.D. candidate in Teacher Education, has won the Homer Higbee International Education Award. The Homer Higbee International Education Award Fund was established to honor the memory of Homer Higbee, who dedicated his professional life to international education exchange during the 25 years he worked in the Office of International Studies and Programs… Read More »