Tag Archives: Alumni

Two alumni receive Milken Awards

Two alumni receive Milken Awards

Considered the Oscars of teaching awards, the Milken Educator Award is given annually to 40 early- to mid-career secondary teachers throughout the United States who have demonstrated excellence in education. And this year, two of the recipients are graduates of Michigan State University. Alumnus Mark Miazga, BA ’00 (English, Secondary Education), was completely stunned recently during… Read More »

Alumna receives AMTE award

Alumna receives AMTE award

Amanda Jansen, PhD 2004 (Educational Psychology), has been awarded the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) 2014 Early Career award. Jansen will receive the award on February 8 at AMTE’s annual conference in Irvine, Cal. Jansen is currently an associate professor in the School of Education at the University of Delaware. Her research focuses on… Read More »

Alumnus appointed president of UW System

Alumnus appointed president of UW System

Michigan State University College of Education alumnus Raymond (Ray) W. Cross, has been appointed the seventh president of the University of Wisconsin System. Since 2011, Cross has served as chancellor of University of Wisconsin Colleges and University of Wisconsin-Extension, and his responsibilities included academic, development, administrative and financial aspects of both institutions. Cross was appointed… Read More »

Alumnus joins MSU Athletics Hall of Fame

Alumnus joins MSU Athletics Hall of Fame

Henry “Hank” Bullough, BA 1956 (Physical Education), was inducted into the Michigan State University Athletics Hall of Fame at a formal ceremony on Sept. 12, 2013, at the Wharton Center’s Pasant Theatre. Bullough — along with hockey superstars Ryan and Kip Miller, men’s basketball champion Morris Peterson, and volleyball leader and All-American Jenna Wrobel — … Read More »

Alumni receive national science teaching fellowships

Alumni receive national science teaching fellowships

Three graduates of the Teacher Preparation Program at Michigan State University were recently selected to receive Teaching Fellowships from the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF), a prestigious national honor for beginning mathematics and science teachers. A total of 35 fellows were selected from across the country for 2013. Over five years, KSTF Fellows receive significant… Read More »

Two join college fundraising staff

Two join college fundraising staff

The College of Education Development Office has welcomed two new staff members to assist in growing financial gifts to support the college’s students, faculty and programs. Ryan Adams is serving as assistant director of development. He brings a depth of knowledge about Michigan State University and the MSU College of Education in particular, having received… Read More »

B1G March Madness Facebook Rivalry Challenge

B1G March Madness Facebook Rivalry Challenge

This March, SPARTANS WILL. Through April 9, MSU’s College of Education is competing in the B1G March Madness Facebook Rivalry Challenge – and we need your help to win! For the college to become #1 in the Big 10 among colleges of education for Facebook likes, simply give the college some thumbs-up love on Facebook.… Read More »

Math standards focus of new book

Math standards focus of new book

Over the next decade, the Common Core State Standards will affect nearly every K-12 student and teacher in the U.S. A new book co-authored by Kristen Bieda, assistant professor of teacher education, and MSU alumnus Samuel Otten, Connecting the NCTM Process Standards and the CCSSM Practice takes a detailed look at the CCSSM’s Standards of… Read More »

Alumna receives SMU President’s New Employee Excellence Award

Krystal K. (Owens) Jones, (MA SAA ’11) was selected as the recipient of the Southern Methodist University’s 2013 President’s New Employee Excellence Award. Jones has served as a residential community director at SMU since 2011 and has demonstrated significant service to the university, including serving on the Student Affairs Division Staff Development and Assessment committees.… Read More »

Enos to receive national service award

Enos to receive national service award

Former assistant vice president for student services and adjunct faculty member Patricia Enos has been selected to receive the Esther Lloyd Jones Professional Service award, given by the American College Personnel Association (ACPA). Enos will receive the award during ACPA’s annual conference in Las Vegas, March 4-7. “It’s a humbling honor to be included in the… Read More »