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Continued excellence: Student group to be honored

Continued excellence: Student group to be honored

For the second year in a row, Michigan State University will receive the NCTE Student Affiliate Excellence Award in recognition of meeting high standards of performance. MSU’s student group for the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) will be one of three student affiliates from across the nation to be honored with this award.… 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 »

Alumnus inducted into National Academy of Kinesiology

Alumnus inducted into National Academy of Kinesiology

Three-time Michigan State University graduate Anthony Kontos was one of 13 members inducted into the prestigious National Academy of Kinesiology this fall. The designation is a celebration of distinguished scholarship and leadership in the field, and is notable, with the NAK limiting membership to 165 active fellows, including several current and former MSU faculty and… Read More »

Engineering success: Kinesiology graduate student earns NSF Fellowship

Engineering success: Kinesiology graduate student earns NSF Fellowship

Aimee Tomlinson is known for finding, and solving, problems in an award-winning way. Tomlinson, who is studying Kinesiology at Michigan State University, was selected to join the 2018 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program in June. The national recognition was given to 2,000 scholars across the country; Tomlinson was one of nine at MSU.… Read More »

Kinesiology grad earns prestigious, national award

Kinesiology grad earns prestigious, national award

Christopher Hill, a 2018 alumnus of Michigan State University, was recently recognized with the prestigious American Kinesiology Association (AKA) National Doctoral Scholar Award. The annual AKA Scholar Awards recognize doctoral scholars at the national level for their accomplishments; Hill was recognized as the top student scholar with the most distinguished academic and leadership record among… Read More »

Fostering research: Wallace receives MSU administrator award

Fostering research: Wallace receives MSU administrator award

Marcy Wallace has been recognized by Michigan State University for her outstanding efforts to advance the university’s research mission. The Unit Research Administrator Spotlight Award celebrates individuals for both their contributions and quality of their work. Wallace, director of the Institute for Research on Teaching and Learning (IRTL) in the College of Education, has nearly… 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 »

Learn, Explore, Create, Share: MAET course recognized as best online at MSU

Learn, Explore, Create, Share: MAET course recognized as best online at MSU

When issues in the classroom can seem overwhelming to teachers and leaders in education, the Michigan State University College of Education has an answer. Take a master’s-level course: Applying Educational Technology to Practice (CEP 812), which was recently recognized as the Best Fully Online Course at MSU in the annual AT&T Faculty and Staff Award Competition in… Read More »

Undergraduates receive first-place honors at annual research forum

Undergraduates receive first-place honors at annual research forum

Six undergraduate students from the Michigan State University College of Education received first-place awards in the education and kinesiology categories at the 2018 University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF). The annual event, held this year on April 13, is an opportunity for students across the university to showcase their research and creativity. The 20th… Read More »

Cárdenas Curiel earns Outstanding Dissertation award

Cárdenas Curiel earns Outstanding Dissertation award

Lucía Cárdenas Curiel was recognized as the first place winner for an Outstanding Dissertation by the National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE). Cárdenas Curiel, new to the Michigan State University College of Education faculty in fall 2017, was celebrated for her May 2017 dissertation: “Texturing with Multimodal Texts Across Content Areas: A Translanguaging Multiliteracies Approach to… Read More »