As part of our Leadership Fellows Program, four MSU academic administrators serve as mentors to our fellows and work collaboratively on a project to benefit their colleges.
Started in 2017-18, the Leadership Fellows program creates partnerships between mentors (current administrators) and fellows (faculty at least 5 years post-tenure). This program involves both a shadowing experience and work on a project developed jointly between the mentor and fellow.
The 2021-22 All-University Awards recipients selected for the William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Awards, Teacher–Scholar Awards, Distinguished Academic Staff Awards, Excellence-in-Teaching Citations, Community Engagement Scholarship Award, Donald F.
The Big Ten Academic Alliance Academic Leadership Program, (ALP) provides intensive leadership and managerial development, addressing the challenges of academic administration at major research universities, like tightening budgets,
By Emma Kolakowski
The Office of Faculty and Academic Staff Development has announced the winner of the 2022 Simmons Chivukula Award of Academic Leadership. Dr. Victor J.
The Lilly Fellowship Program
The Lilly Fellows Program invites applicants for its 2022-2023 cohort. The program is intended to advance the University’s continuing efforts to support excellence in teaching and learning.
The Adams Academy Fellowship Program
The Adams Academy invites applicants for its 2022-2023 cohort. This call for proposals will remain open until April 30, 2022.
This annual OFASD program brings together a cross-disciplinary group of faculty and academic staff for a year-long fellowship focused on advanced topics in teaching and learning.
Educator professional development programming is a dynamic part of MSU’s campus. Here are five things worth thinking about as a new faculty member:
- We use the term “educator” because it is inclusive and communicates the intent to support all individuals who contribute to the teaching and learning mission of the university.
We are just completing the second year of the Academic Advancement Network, which we affectionately call “AAN” (we are at MSU, and of course therefore must have an acronym!). Overall,
I am writing on behalf of the Academic Advancement Network (AAN) with wishes that you are deeply engaged with the work of this academic year. We hope you are enjoying your work as you support the success of our students,