The Office of Faculty and Academic Staff Development welcomes a new group of faculty, academic staff and leaders to the five cohort programs our office oversees: The Lilly Teaching Fellows,
If you are interested in academic leadership or innovation in teaching and learning, the following fellowship opportunities offer extraordinary chances to learn, grow, and lead.
Academic Leadership Fellows –
A popular framework for developing academic leaders by Walter Gmelch and Jeffery Buller explores three areas that are key to the development process:
- conceptual understanding,
These awards recognize the outstanding accomplishments, achievements, and contributions of our exceptional researchers, educators, and community members and bring great pride to the institution.
Please click on the name of each award for details,
Each spring, we celebrate the outgoing cohort of the Big Ten Academic Alliance Academic Leadership Program (ALP) Fellows while welcoming a newly selected cohort for the coming year. While we are unable to host an in-person celebration this spring,
The common themes that emerge regarding Dr. Alan Smith’s leadership are his vision, humility, the way he treats others with dignity, respect, and compassion, and how much he cares about the success and growth of others.
Each year, the Leadership Institute series offers academic administrators the opportunity to interact with their peers around key topics. This series of 90-minute sessions are designed to expand upon themes introduced at New Administrator Orientation.
MSU continues to invest in an institutional membership with the National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD). The NCFDD is an independent professional development, training, and mentoring community for faculty members,
In the Academic Advancement Network (AAN), we work to provide support for academics who currently hold formal administrative positions, as well as those who are looking for ways to further explore and develop their leadership and managerial skills.
On July 25, Provost June Piece Youatt sent the following note to the MSU Community regarding the leadership transition in the Academic Advancement Network: