research

Burgeoning: An Artful Celebration of Black Women’s Lives, Stories, & Scholarship

Olivia Furman will be hosting an interactive art-based research event to share her recent work imagining ways to sustain the lives and literacies of Black women in Teacher Education. The event is free and open to all. 12pm: Engage & Interact 1pm: Crocket Flower Workshop 2pm: Storytelling & Dialogue For more details contact Liv @furmanol@msu.edu

Marcy Wallace Retirement Party

Please join the College of Education community as we recognize Marcy Wallace in her officially retirement from the College of Education. For many years, she has been a colleague and friend to so many throughout the College of Education and the whole MSU community. Her knowledge and leadership have shaped the IRTL, the College’s grant… Read More »

Learning from Our Lifes: Auto/biographical Narrative Enquiry: Dr. Linden West

This workshop introduces auto/biographical narrative research as a form of in-depth qualitative enquiry-and illustrates its power to illuminate complex processes of adults and lifelong learning, including our own. The focus of the day is on three overlapping stages in research: first generating rich and thick narratives from diverse students and, second, how to analyze and… Read More »

Crash Course in Research Data Management

Have you ever lost a project file? Been unable to find the most recent version of a document? Suffered hard drive failure or had your laptop stolen? Been unable to open old files? Been told your data management plan wasn’t detailed enough? Forgotten which file was which? Even small research projects can generate enough data… Read More »

Applied Behavior Analysis Showcase Event

The Special Education program faculty and staff invite you to join them in celebrating the Master’s of Applied Behavior Analysis students as they present results and findings from their theses in a poster presentation format. All are welcome to enjoy light refreshments and a social hour while they enjoy visiting the presenters.

Doing the Work & Minding the Labor: Reflections on Centering Activism, Community & Love in Literacy Teaching & Research with Dr. Marcelle Haddix

Dr. Marcelle Haddix (Syracuse University, Dean’s Associate Professor, co – Director of the Leader Center for Social Justice, chair of the Department Reading & Language Arts) will share reflections on her work in literacy teaching and teacher education that centers her passions and commitments toward activism, community, and love. The presentation will focus on three… Read More »

Erickson Distinguished Lecture in Education Policy: Dr. Nickolai Vitti

Join us in welcoming prominent leader in education, Dr. Nickolai Vitti, superintendent of Detroit Public Schools Community District. He will serve as the keynote speaker for the 2019 Erickson Distinguished Lecture in Education Policy. The lecture will be followed by a Q&A and light refreshments. Additional details to follow. Space is limited. Please RSVP to… Read More »

Institute for the Study of Youth Sport Anniversary Conference

2018 marks the 40th anniversary of the Institute for the Study of Youth Sports (ISYS). To celebrate the legacy of ISYS a major conference focused on Current Issues and Future Directions in Sport for Children and Youth will be held. The Kellogg Conference Center here at Michigan State will serve as the conference venue and… Read More »

Learning about Undergraduate Research

Make research an integral part of your MSU experience! Come learn about the opportunities available for involvement in research and creative activities at Michigan State University. You can expect a short presentation, discussion and Q&A facilitated by current undergraduate researchers. There are multiple times and locations for this opportunity: Sept. 13, 7:30 p.m., 304 Bessey… Read More »

Supporting Student Involvement in Community-Engaged Research Through Student-led, Faculty-guided Projects

Looking for new ideas to involve students in community-engaged research? Rex LaMore, director of Michigan State University’s Center for Community and Economic Development and faculty member in the Urban and Regional Planning Program, will share a model of student-led, faculty-guided community- engaged research projects. LaMore will share the pedagogical foundation for this model and variations… Read More »