More than 50 teacher education students in the College of Education gathered to join a live discussion on teaching careers with Arne Duncan. Read more from The State News.
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 »
The Canadian Studies Center at Michigan State University is taking applications for the Joyce Scholarship Essay Contest, which will provide $1,000 scholarships to five College of Education students preparing for K-12 teaching careers. The deadline for submission is 3 p.m. Oct. 4, 2010. Applicants must complete an application form and submit a paper of at… Read More »
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 »
Professor and Department of Teacher Education chairperson Suzanne Wilson quoted in New York Times article.
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Michigan State University will prepare more educators needed to teach science, technology, engineering and mathematics in Michigan’s urban schools as part of a new statewide fellowship program highlighted Jan. 6 by President Barack Obama. MSU is one of six universities selected to participate in the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Woodrow Wilson Michigan… Read More »
By Nicole Geary Students may have a better chance to save the planet in the future if they are taught less in science class today. That’s because many science educators believe the curriculum in the United States attempts to cover too many topics without tying them together. Kids jump from a unit on weather to… 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 »
Guofang Li is the recipient of the 2010 AERA Early Career Award. This award recognizes a scholar’s distinguished portfolio of cumulative education Congratulations Guofang!