It’s been a long fall. Somehow, it always feels like that to me and the final sprint to the end of the term, end of grading and graduation always seems a bit more hectic than intended…again.
As we walk into mid-semester, the flurry of activity has captured us in so many ways. The to-do list is longer – or just transferred from week to week,
We’re now several weeks into the fall term. You’ve found your classroom, learned [or maybe are still learning] students’ names, figuring out your walking and driving paths around campus,
The university setting provides a multi-tiered approach to career path planning and development. Resources and services are available in departments, colleges, and at the university level. The Office of Faculty and Academic Staff Development (OFASD) aims to support MSU colleagues as they develop productive careers reflective of their individual aspirations,
It’s fall already. How is that possible?? On the one hand, there is still time for get-aways and enjoying time with family and friends. On the other hand,
This summer MSU is launching the new Student Perceptions of Learning Survey (SPLS) to replace the Student Instructional Rating System (SIRS) and Students’ Opinion of Courses and Teaching (SOCT) surveys.
We have been through a lot. Again. How many times have we thought, felt, and said these words? Hopefully, over “break”, you gave yourself time and space to breathe,
2023 started quickly and almost as quickly, January is coming to a close. So how has your new year begun? If you are a person who sets resolutions,
The calendar says we are nearing a much-needed break, and like so many of you, attention is already turning to what lies ahead when the new year starts.
Fall is my favorite season, mostly because of the beautiful colors that change the scenery when walking or driving around campus and local neighborhoods. The changing season is a good reminder of the richness of the foliage and the beauty of our environment.