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Community-Engaged Learning in the Classroom

Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center 219 S Harrison Rd, East Lansing

This session will discuss creative examples, strategies for grading, and best practices for leading students to reflect upon and make meaning of their community-engaged learning experiences. Hear from faculty peers,… Read More »

Literacy Colloquy Speaker Series: Charlene Polio

133F, Erickson Hall 620 Farm Ln, East Lansing

"Keeping the Language in Second Language and Multilingual Writing Instruction" How much language-focused instruction—defined in a variety of ways—to include in teaching second language learners has been a matter of… Read More »

Exploring Academic Leadership Lunches

Michigan State University, Snyder Phillips Hall 361 Physics Rd./362 Bogue St., East Lansing

Are you interested in what academic leadership positions really entail? If so, you’re invited to a series of lunchtime gatherings to talk with and learn from engaging campus leaders regarding… Read More »

TE Research Talk: ArCasia James-Gallaway

116H, Erickson Hall

The Department of Teacher Education’s Elementary Social Studies Education Search Committee cordially invites you: "Intersectional Lessons on Black (In) Adequacy: Black Students’ Social Education During School Desegregation" In newly desegregated… Read More »

C-RAIND Seminar Series: Isabella Felzer-Kim

HANNAH ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 426 Auditorium Rd, Room 249, East Lansing

"Training the Fundamental Movement Skills of Preschoolers with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention Centers" Isabella Felzer-Kim, M.D./Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Kinesiology and the College of… Read More »

The Engaged Scholar Speaker Series

133F, Erickson Hall 620 Farm Ln, East Lansing

Michigan State University’s College of Education will host the Engaged Scholar Speaker Series during the Spring 2020 semester. The series features six scholars who conduct scholarship in ways that directly… Read More »


The First Generation Experience

G-43B Wilson Hall 219 Wilson Road, East Lansing

Exploring the common challenges of being a first generation college student by engaging in activity-based reflections. This group will focus on topics that impact the first-generation experience and how these… Read More »

Slavery to Freedom Lecture Series

The Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine presents the 20th annual Dr. William G. Anderson Lecture Series. All activities are free. THURSDAY, FEB. 6 - KEVIN R. MURRIEL Dr.… Read More »

Academic Ethics Across Cultures

Room 201, International Center 427 N Shaw Lane, East Lansing

Learn how culture influences understandings of academic ethics, and how to train international and education abroad students, faculty, and staff to prevent crises. This session examines issues of academic integrity… Read More »