Writing Proposals for International Dissertation Research Grants

Open to all MSU graduate students – US and foreign – planning to write proposals for funding dissertation or pre-dissertation research abroad for deadlines in 2018 or 2019 – especially the IIE Fulbright, Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Abroad, NSF, and Ford Minority Fellowships. Free at the workshop: Funding Catalog for Graduate Student International Research Handout: “Secrets… Read More »

Research Opportunities Symposium

The purpose of the Symposium is to provide information about 12 different funding opportunities that are relevant to the interests of our faculty. Colleagues who have received funding from these programs will share their knowledge, experience and advice. The Symposium will begin with a plenary session in the KIVA. The opening session will provide some… Read More »

Workshop for Teachers of Chinese

The Confucius Institute at Michigan State University is proud to hold the “Workshop for Teachers of Chinese” with Asian Studies Center on August 14, 2018 at Henry Center. This workshop is open to all teachers of Chinese at K-16 levels and heritage programs. Register today. SPEAKERS Dr. Shuhan Wang, president of CELIN Luyi Lien, Academic… Read More »

2018 Summer Reading Lab Series for K-12 Teachers

2018 Summer Reading Lab Series for K-12 Teachers

LINGUISTICALLY RESPONSIVE INSTRUCTION FOR IMMIGRANT & REFUGEE YOUTH: CRITICAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT This free workshop for K-12 teachers, from July 9-12 and July 16-19, will focus on how to facilitate emergent bilinguals’ reading comprehension and meaning-making through discussions of informational texts in content area classrooms. Teachers will spend each morning observing Carrie Symons’s class as she… Read More »

NSF Broader Impacts Workshop

Proposals submitted to the National Science Foundation are evaluated on both intellectual merit and broader impacts (BI)—how the proposed research will benefit society and contribute to the achievement of specific, desired societal outcomes. Broader impacts activities show the relevance of the research to the public—and increasingly determine which of multiple excellent proposals get funded. This… Read More »

First-Year Focused Final Fridays Workshop: Who are our students?

The First-Year Focused Final Fridays, or 4F, workshop series highlights topics of particular relevance for those teaching and learning in first-year seminars and courses. Participants will learn from their peers, engage in meaningful dialogues, and compile best practices and implementation strategies for curricular and co-curricular work with first-year students. Speaker: Scott Becker, director, Counseling &… Read More »

Post-Secondary Factors for Success for Teens/Young Adults with Autism and other Developmental Disabilities

Join us for this free workshop featuring some of the major avenues that lead to post-secondary success for adolescents and young adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. Participants will learn about and have opportunities to practice implementing effective post-secondary research-based practices in the areas of academics, independent living and vocational skills. The workshop will… Read More »

Speak Like A Girl Workshop and Performance

SPEAK LIKE A GIRL is an hour-short, interactive, feminist show that uses spoken word as a tool to educate students about gender inequality. Through poetry, performance, and dialogue, SPEAK LIKE A GIRL shatters shame around sexual assault, body image issues, and abusive relationships with unparalleled candor. The show challenges audiences to consider the nuances of… Read More »

Resume/CV Workshop for Scholarship Applications

Presented by the MSU National/International Fellowships & Scholarships (NIFS) Office Open to all undergraduate students. Pizza will be provided. RSVPs are required to prior to the start of the workshop. Audiences: General Public, College of Education Faculty, Staff, and Students