Tags: Faculty

Adams and Lilly Fellowship Applications

Promotional Image for Fellowship Programs on Teaching and Learning: Adams Academy and Lilly Fellows. Applications due April 30, 2018.

Teaching and learning are at the heart of what we do here at Michigan State University. Two AAN fellowship programs on teaching and learning are fantastic opportunities to grow in a community of practice while developing a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning project,

Leadership: 2018-19 Big Ten Academic Alliance ALP Fellows Announced

We are thrilled to announce MSU’s cohort of fellows in the 2018-19 Big Ten Academic Alliance Academic Leadership Program (BTAA-ALP)!  They are:

  • Kendra Spence Cheruvelil – Professor of Fisheries &

Announcing New Award for Academic Leaders

Simmons Chivukula Award for Academic Leadership

The Academic Advancement Network (AAN) is very pleased to announce a new award in recognition of and appreciation for the hard work and dedication exhibited by academic leaders. 

Leadership: Cara Cilano

This post is the second in a series highlighting fulfilling, innovative work from leaders across campus that you might not otherwise hear about. I welcome your ideas for individuals to write about in the future.

The MSU Teaching Community Comes Together for the Second Annual Teaching & Learning Spring Conference

On a campus as large as ours, there is always something interesting happening. Traditionally, the week between spring and summer semesters tends to be the most ideal time to offer programs for instructors that focus on professional and instructional development.

2018 Teaching & Learning Spring Conference and Student Success Summit

Teaching & Learning Spring Conference and Student Success Summit

The MSU Teaching and Learning Conference and the Student Success Summit in early May, 2018, leveraged the campus community’s collective skills and knowledge about teaching,

Toward a More Inclusive Classroom: A Few Tips

MSU is committed to providing a learning environment for students free of harassment and discrimination. Educators often ask for tips or best practices they can implement in their classrooms.

As we begin the Spring 2018 semester,