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,
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 –
MSU’s ambitious vision to expand opportunity and advance equity requires leadership from all areas of the university. Leading from where you are isn’t a new concept.
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,
Part of being a place where faculty and academic staff feel they can create fulfilling and successful careers means being able to engage in activities and opportunities that increase a sense of belonging and potential.
It’s a new year and time to take advantage of OFASD services and subscriptions. To expand resources for academic staff, postdocs and graduate students, MSU provides an institutional membership for the National Center for Faculty Development &
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,
Four Michigan State University (MSU) leaders headlined the Michigan American Council on Education’s (MI-ACE) Annual Women of Color Collaborative Virtual “Luncheon” on November 4, 2022, drawing record attendance.
As MSU strives toward the goals set out in the 2030 strategic plan, in clear focus is the aim to expand MSU’s local and global impact through discovery,