The month of May is fast approaching. Debating whether spring is here to stay or if we may continue to have reminders of a long winter. Trying to figure out how to get all the big and little things on our to-do lists done,
We have been immersed over the last several months in numerous discussions, small and large group meetings organizing and visioning into the strategic planning efforts represented in MSU 2030. Two central themes,
Interview with Ann Crain, Academic Specialist-Advisor, College of Arts and Letters
By Emma Kolakowski
Ann Crain knows firsthand the difficulties faced by women in higher education.
In the world of leadership scholarship, “leaders” and “managers” are both necessary, complementary roles. An extremely concise summary of the difference might be: leader = vision, manager = order. It’s a simple enough model,
For the last two years during the pandemic, we have had a monthly gathering called, “Starting a Career in Unusual Times” recognizing that taking on a new position at any time can be a bit overwhelming even if exciting;
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?
It’s already late January so a “Happy New Year” wish almost seems obsolete.
Looking forward brings much more optimism and potential than reflecting back on the year that was,
Our first teachers are the village of people that surrounded us growing up. Our own world in higher education is constructed on the history of our education as much as it is based on our identity within our families,
Joseph A. Salem, Jr. serves as Dean of Libraries and started at Michigan State University on August 1, 2018. Prior to this position, he served as Associate Dean for Learning,
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.