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Tratt recognized for work with student-athletes

Tratt recognized for work with student-athletes

Amy Tratt, assistant director for student affairs in the Michigan State University College of Education, was recognized for her work with student-athletes at the annual Football Awards banquet. She received the 2018 George Stephen Scofes Academic Spartan of the Year Award, which honors faculty and staff who stand out in their efforts to help student-athletes… Read More »

Serrato named one of Michigan’s Top 50 Latinas

Serrato named one of Michigan’s Top 50 Latinas

Maria Serrato, program assistant for the Master’s in Educational Technology (MAET) program at Michigan State University, has been named one of the Top 50 Latinas in the state for 2018 by the Hispanic/Latino Commission of Michigan. Serrato is part of the inaugural cohort receiving the honor, celebrating women who have made a difference as leaders in… Read More »

Recognizing excellence: Lathrop named Emerging Leader

Recognizing excellence: Lathrop named Emerging Leader

Jake Lathrop, director of human resources and facilities for the Michigan State University College of Education, has been named an emerging leader in his field. Lathrop was one of six selected to receive the 2018 Midwest Region Emerging CUPA-HR Leader Award by CUPA-HR Midwest. The College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) celebrates… Read More »

Alumnus celebrated for contributions to driver, traffic safety education

Alumnus celebrated for contributions to driver, traffic safety education

Two-time Michigan State University alumnus Frank J. Gruber IV received the Richard Kaywood Memorial Award from the American Driver and Traffic Safety Education Association (ADTSEA) and AAA earlier this year. The award celebrates individuals who have made outstanding contributions to driver and traffic safety education. Gruber is the 32nd recipient of the national and prestigious… Read More »

Award to honor career dedicated to mentoring others

Award to honor career dedicated to mentoring others

Professor Emeritus Roger Baldwin will be honored with the 2017 Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Mentoring Award in November at the organization’s annual conference. The award celebrates those who have made significant and noteworthy contributions in mentoring developing scholars within ASHE and higher education. Baldwin is only the ninth recipient since the… Read More »

Student education organization awarded for excellence

Student education organization awarded for excellence

Michigan State University has been named one of three recipients of the 2017 National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Student Affiliate Excellence Award. Founded in 2012, the award honors NCTE student affiliates that meet high standards of performance. This is the first time the MSU student affiliate has won this award. “The award is… Read More »

Research leader: Dean Floden elected to distinctive national roles

Research leader: Dean Floden elected to distinctive national roles

Robert Floden, dean of the Michigan State University College of Education, has been elected secretary-treasurer of the National Academy of Education (NAEd). His four-year term in the position begins in November 2017, making him one of 10 board members governing the organization. The NAEd mission is to advance research that improves education policy and practice.… Read More »

Recognizing impactful work: Abbott receives MSU award

Recognizing impactful work: Abbott receives MSU award

Longtime College of Education staff member Theresa “Tracy” Abbott was lauded for her impact with Michigan State University’s Clerical-Technical Recognition Award. Established in 2001, the award celebrates employees who assist students, faculty and staff at the university. Abbott has been the leader of the Erickson Print & Copy Center in the College of Education for… Read More »

Students receive new study abroad scholarships

Students receive new study abroad scholarships

Five College of Education students participating in study abroad programs this summer will have a portion of their costs covered thanks to a new scholarship program. Dean Donald E. Heller recently presented the awards to the students, who were selected from a pool of nearly 30 applicants. The college is working to increase the rate… Read More »