Tag Archives: Science

Out of the lab… and testing her teaching skills

Out of the lab… and testing her teaching skills

MSU alum changes careers through Fellowship focused on math and science education Final deadline for application is Jan. 12! More information. By Nicole Geary Two years ago, Georgia Watson was testing soil samples for heavy metals. She was a lab tech by training even though her heart, by that time, was aching with another aspiration.… Read More »

Alum leads research on fellowships for Knowles Science Teaching Foundation

Alum leads research on fellowships for Knowles Science Teaching Foundation

Jodie A. Galosy, Ph.D. ’05 (Curriculum, Teaching and Educational Policy) has joined the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) as Senior Program Officer for Research. Galosy will direct research activities that inform and support KSTF’s cornerstone Teaching Fellowships program, which provides five-year fellowships to teachers of high school mathematics and science early in their careers.  Galosy joins KSTF from… Read More »

MSU launches new Institute for Research on Mathematics and Science Education

MSU launches new Institute for Research on Mathematics and Science Education

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Michigan State University will expand its capacity to improve mathematics and science education across the nation through the creation of a new, interdisciplinary research center. The Institute for Research on Mathematics and Science Education is expected to bring together top scholars from the science and education fields and facilitate projects that can… Read More »

MSU to help fill shortage of math, science teachers through fellowship

EAST LANSING, Mich. — Michigan State University will prepare more educators needed to teach science, technology, engineering and mathematics in Michigan’s urban schools as part of a new statewide fellowship program highlighted Jan. 6 by President Barack Obama. MSU is one of six universities selected to participate in the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Woodrow Wilson Michigan… Read More »