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Better Together by Design: Cary Roseth named department chair

Better Together by Design: Cary Roseth named department chair

Distinguished scholar and Michigan State University Professor Cary Roseth was named chairperson of the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education (CEPSE) on May 16, 2018. Roseth assumed the leadership role from Professor Emeritus Richard Prawat, who retired from the position after an incredible 27 years as chair. Roseth has been part of the Educational Psychology… Read More »

School Psychology program extends national accreditation

School Psychology program extends national accreditation

The doctoral program in School Psychology at Michigan State University has earned national accreditation from the American Psychological Association (APA) through 2027. This recognition was formalized in April 2018 through the APA’s Commission on Accreditation, certifying the program has a faculty group, curriculum, ongoing process monitoring and student outcome data that fully and clearly meet… Read More »

Practical Ethics: Book improves daily practices for BCBAs

Practical Ethics: Book improves daily practices for BCBAs

Update 7/25/18: This book is now available for purchase! Read below for more details on how this new publication helps new and experienced Board Certified Behavior Analysts ® in their daily work. A forthcoming publication by a Michigan State University scholar will bridge the gap between questions of ethics and day-to-day practices for professionals working with… Read More »

Greenhow to be recognized with Teacher-Scholar Award

Greenhow to be recognized with Teacher-Scholar Award

During the 2018 All-University Awards, Associate Professor Christine Greenhow will be recognized with a Teacher-Scholar Award by Michigan State University. Greenhow is one of six faculty selected through a university-wide competition. The annual honor celebrates faculty early in their careers who have demonstrated excellence in teaching and scholarship, with effective teaching approaches closely linked to… Read More »

Adapted sports: MSU adds wheelchair rugby to award-winning club

Adapted sports: MSU adds wheelchair rugby to award-winning club

The Adaptive Sports and Recreation Club at Michigan State University recently received new equipment thanks to a grant from the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation. Leaders used the $12,000 award to purchase four rugby wheelchairs. With these highly specialized chairs, the club was able to start offering rugby and even begin a competitive travel team for the… Read More »

Peers, more than teachers, inspire us to learn

Peers, more than teachers, inspire us to learn

“Why do I have to learn this?” It’s a common question among youth, but new research out of Michigan State University suggests students perform much better academically when the answer is provided by their peers rather than their teachers. University students who were given a rationale for why learning is important from people similar to… Read More »

Spartan Project SEARCH recognized for excellence in inclusion

Spartan Project SEARCH recognized for excellence in inclusion

Spartan Project SEARCH, led by faculty members in the College of Education, was recognized for its growing impact on the community at the annual Excellence in Diversity Awards (EIDA) at Michigan State University.  The initiative, introduced to MSU in fall 2016, helps young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities prepare for the workplace through an on-campus internship… Read More »

MSU joins national effort to expand computer science education

MSU joins national effort to expand computer science education

Michigan State University is taking steps to support President Obama’s goal of expanding computer science education across the nation. Today, the MSU College of Education is among more than 200 organizations being recognized by the White House during a summit on Computer Science for All (#CSforAll). The event marks progress on the initiative since the… Read More »

Second Early Learning Institute to open for children with autism

Second Early Learning Institute to open for children with autism

Michigan State University will launch the second branch of an educational program designed to help young children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The Early Learning Institute (ELI) will open its second location in Lansing in late August 2016 and plans to serve eight children ages 2-5 with ASD and their families. This is in addition to… Read More »

Reckase wins top career award in educational measurement

Reckase wins top career award in educational measurement

University Distinguished Professor Emeritus Mark D. Reckase is the recipient of a national career award this week. The National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME) will present Reckase with the 2016 Career Award at the council’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C. The award honors outstanding scholars whose publications, presentations and professional activities over the span of… Read More »