Each February, the Academic Advancement Network in collaboration with Academic Human Resources hosts its annual series of “Thriving at Michigan State University” workshops. These sessions provide faculty and academic specialists with important information and strategies on how to be successful in their careers at our institution.
By: Sonja Fritzsche
Fixed-term faculty and academic staff often do not have the same access to a means of socialization into academic life as tenure-stream faculty.
By: Cynthia Jackson-Elmoore
Why did you decide to be a mentor for the AAN Leadership Fellows program?
I value opportunities to pay attention to what others are doing,
By: Beronda Montgomery
January is National Mentoring Month, and thus an excellent time to reflect on mentoring – both the mentoring you need and the mentoring you’ll offer.
At the April 19 Retirees’ Luncheon for Faculty, Academic Staff, and Executive Managers hosted by the Provost, three distinguished faculty emeriti and one academic unit were recognized by the Faculty Emeriti Association for outstanding contributions to the university community.
On Thursday April 18, we recognized our 2018-19 cohort of Lilly and Adams Fellows. This academic year has been filled with learning and scholarship, with each fellow exhibiting qualities that truly enhance the university.
On April 22, AAN, along with Academic Human Resources and The Work Life Office, hosted its annual spring symposium. This year’s symposium focused on “Envisioning the Future of Academic Work at MSU” with Dr.