Four Honored For Innovations In Teaching

May 9, 2007

Three faculty members and one doctoral student were honored with the Excellence in Teaching Award from the Michigan State University College of Education at an awards dinner at the Kellogg Center on May 2. Janet Alleman, Ann Austin and Mary Juzwik received the faculty award, and Michael Sherry received the teaching assistant award for outstanding… Read More »

Brophy Earns Award From APA

April 27, 2007
Brophy Earns Award From APA

Jere Brophy (Deceased) Jere Brophy (deceased), a University Distinguished Professor of teacher education and educational psychology at MSU’s College of Education, has been honored with a lifetime achievement award by the Jere Brophy (deceased) educational psychology division of the American Psychological Association. Brophy, a Chicago native who joined the MSU faculty in 1976, will receive… Read More »

National Association For Sport and Physical Education Honors ISYS With Top Award

April 12, 2007

Michigan State University’s Institute for the Study of Youth Sports (ISYS) was honored by the National Association for Sport and Physical Education with the Ross Merrick National Recognition Award for the center’s longtime commitment of using research and best practice evidence to advocate for young athletes. Kinesiology Professor Dan Gould of MSU’s College of Education,… Read More »

Leahy Receives American Rehabilitation Counseling Association Reseach Award

April 10, 2007

Michael Leahy, director of the Office of Rehabilitation and Disability Studies at the Michigan State University’s College of Education, has been honored with the third place American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA) Research Award for a recent article in the Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling. The article, “Predictors of employment outcomes for persons with disabilities: An… Read More »