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,
By Patti Stewart
Typically, at this time of year, we would be celebrating a number of milestones, such as graduations and other important life events. Considering the implications of the global pandemic we’re experiencing,
Who are we?
OFASD is a unit within the Office of the Provost that facilitates cross-institutional connections among individuals and entities in support of the advancement of academic careers. We are building on the foundations established by our predecessor,
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.
This series of web pages is designed to make readily accessible some policies and practices frequently used by academic administrators, particularly at the department/unit level. The information is organized into four sections: (1) Policies &
We recognize the diversity of experiences, interests, expectations, needs, and career stages of academics. Our goal is to provide support for our academic colleagues who are striving to create meaningful and productive professional and personal lives in alignment with– and contributing toward– the missions of Michigan State University.
By: Maranda Holtsclaw
Are you looking to advance your career, boost your professional development and/or take on some new leadership roles? Did you know that the Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) has free resources to assist individuals working in higher education like you to grow their career?
All faculty, academic staff, post-docs, librarians, and graduate students who identify as women are cordially invited to participate in the MSU Academic Women’s Forum. The forum has been created to provide a safe-space to connect,
In response to incidents of violence on campuses nationally, the MSU Police Department offers a workshop to focused on proactive and reactive strategies in the event of an emergency at MSU.