“The Hough Post”
August 8, 2019
Volume 8, Number 2
Students from Teen Leadership Program Tour Campus
Five students from Wyman’s St. Louis-based Teen Leadership Program (TLP) visited with Dean Hough on July 26, 2019. The TLP provides immersive summer experiences and school-year support to help more than 80 teens each year become successful college-bound students and citizens of the world.
The program begins the summer before ninth grade and supports healthy teen development, leadership capacity, college access and college persistence through the following:
- Participation in outdoor challenges and more than 40 hours of community service annually to help teens build confidence and leadership
- Identification of values, talents and interests
- Exploration of aligned career paths
- Relationship building with adult role models
- Coaching to help secure financial aid
- Guided college tours
- On-campus mentoring and resources once college has begun
Bears in Every Building Kick-off Event Held on August 1, 2019
Dean Hough and the BIEB committee met with 30+ teachers who have volunteered to be “Bears in Their Buildings”. This project is funded by the Provost’s Office as part of the University’s workforce development grants program. Commissioner Margie Vandeven, our “Bear” in the Jefferson Building, attended along with 8 COE faculty and staff.
Dean Hough presents Dr. Margie Vandeven with a poster for her office.
First group of Bears in Every Building
Update from Ashley Flores, COE Recruiter
COE recruiter, Ashley Flores, was able to set up scholarship visits with several summer camps. She met with prospective students on a consistent basis, and recorded contact information for 120+ interested students. Ashley met with two schools last week and is solidifying campus visits for the next 9 weeks.
Diversity Scholar – Call for Applicants
Faculty who are interested in learning about diversity and creating an inclusive classroom culture are encouraged to apply for a $100 Diversity Scholar stipend. A limited number of stipends will be available. Past participants in this program earned a Diversity Scholars certificate serving as a mentor on diversity and inclusion to other faculty members in their department.
Interested applicants should submit a one-page application to the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning by the end of the day, August 17th, 2019. This should be a one-page letter outlining your primary goals for integrating multicultural and diverse perspectives in your teaching.
Successful applicants are expected to participate in the four Diversity Workshops facilitated by the Diversity Fellow, Dr. Blanca Judith Martínez. They will also be asked to write a reflective essay on how they incorporated this new knowledge into their practice, sharing practical teaching tips with other faculty for creating an inclusive learning environment.
Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning
Meyer Library Room 202
MSU Admissions Developing a Student Enrollment Management (SEM) Plan
Below are areas, topics, and initiatives that are essential in our enrollment management efforts and therefore need to be intentionally included in the SEM. If anyone has an interest in serving on any of these groups, please let Dean Hough know before August 30, 2019.
- Career placement
- Student representation
- Use of social media and technology
- Residence Life, Housing, and Dining Services
- Scholarships and Financial Aid
- Administrative Services
- Advancement and alumni
- Information Services
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Risk Management
- Geographic markets to consider
Global Bus Foundation’s National Dialogue on Youth Empowerment and Peace Building in Morocco
Dr. McCafferty-Wright, Assistant Professor, CEFS, took a break from her research in Morocco to facilitate a discussion at the Global Bus Foundation’s National Dialogue on Youth Empowerment and Peace Building. There, she learned with and from leaders in Moroccan education and youth civic engagement. She also helped present an award to Shems Zoundri, a student who won a contest with her speech on sexual harassment. The Global Bus Foundation is a Moroccan NGO that works to foster mutual respect through interfaith dialogue and cross cultural communication.
Photo credits: Global Bus Foundation
Spirit Bear Coming to Hill Hall This Fall
Michael Mardis, Project Manager-Architect, Design & Construction, worked with the Dean and a committee to design a bear statue which will be placed at the north entrance of Hill Hall prior to homecoming. The statue is part of a project to promote campus spirit, unity and pride. It is an effort from the Student Government Association and Senior Class Gift Commission who organized the project to bring 25 sponsored bears around campus, each to be painted to reflect the unit or organization sponsoring a bear. The following design is now in production.
Invitation to VIP Reception and Gracias Concert
Esther Kim, director of Public Relations for International Youth Fellowship (IYF) in Springfield, Missouri invites COE faculty and staff to the Ninth Annual IYF World Camp during August 5th – 14th for the first time in Springfield, Missouri. A VIP Reception will be held on August 14th at 6:00 p.m., followed by the Gracias Music Concert at 7:30 p.m., which will be performed by the world renowned and award-winning Gracias Choir. Please contact the Dean’s Office if you would like a VIP pass.
Opportunities in China
Through the Missouri State Office of International Leadership and Training Center, Dr. Rhonda Bishop, Michelle Satterfield, and Dr. James Satterfield represented the College of Education at the Shaanxi Normal University International Summer School. This academic and cultural exchange provides an opportunity to develop a deep understanding of both educational similarities and differences between our two countries. Be on the lookout for information about the application process in the Spring of 2020.
Mark Your Calendars for MSU/COE Homecoming Events
MSU Homecoming is Friday and Saturday, October 25 – 26. The Dean’s Office is in the process of planning two events. More information will be provided soon.
Friday, October 25:
One Room School House Event (located west of Greenwood Laboratory School)
The One Room Schoolhouse Scholarship will be presented to the recipient.
The Golden Bears will be guests; refreshments will be served. All faculty/staff invited.
Saturday, October 26:
Time: after the parade, approximately 10:00 a.m.
Drop by the COE Tent at BearFest Village prior to the football game to welcome back alumni, friends of the college, and former students. Lunch will be served. All faculty/staff invited.
34th Showcase on Teaching & Learning
Wednesday August 14, 2019 – Plaster Student Union
This event is sponsored by The Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning. All faculty and staff are welcome to attend any or all of the sessions. Click below to view the brochure.
34th Showcase Event Brochure with session descriptions
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You are welcome to attend any of the workshops below. For questions, contact Joi Hook at email@example.com
|Thursday, August 22, 2019||New Special Education Teacher Academy 2019||Holiday Inn – Glenstone||8:30||3:00|
|Friday, August 23, 2019||Southwest EL Teacher Collaboration||PCOB 204||12:30||3:30|
|Friday, August 23, 2019||New Special Education Teacher Academy 2019||Holiday Inn – Glenstone||8:30||3:00|
|Friday, August 23, 2019||Speech Language Eligibility Implementer Training||Holiday Inn – Glenstone||10:00||3:00|
|Monday, August 26, 2019||SW Region MLDS MENTOR Training August 26th (AFTERNOON Session)||PCOB 112||12:30||3:00|
|Tuesday, August 27, 2019||New Special Education Teacher Academy 2019||Holiday Inn – Glenstone||8:30||3:00|
|Wednesday, August 28, 2019||New Special Education Teacher Academy 2019||Holiday Inn – Glenstone||8:30||3:00|
|Wednesday, August 28, 2019||MTDS: Mentor Teacher Training – Day 1 – Springfield||PCOB 112||8:30||3:00|
|Thursday, August 29, 2019||Welcoming a Student with a Visual Impairment||PCOB 112||9:00||12:00|
|Friday, August 30, 2019||New to MAP-A Training||PCOB 112||8:30||2:30|
August 12, 2019 GLS Faculty/Staff Meeting 8:00 a.m. GLS Cafeteria
August 15, 2019 CEFS Department Meeting 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Hill 301
August 16, 2019 RFT Department Meeting 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. Hill 300
August 16, 2019 2019 College Meeting 8:00 – 11:00 a.m. University Plaza Hotel,
333 John Q Hammons Pkwy – Oklahoma/Illinois Rooms – Enter North Doors – Breakfast Buffet
September 18, 2019 CLSE Department Meeting 10:00 a.m. PCOB 16
CAEP Onsite Visit: November 3-5, 2019
All notes/minutes from Leadership Council, Faculty Advisory Council, Budget Committee, and College Council are on the COE website: https://education.missouristate.edu/
12 New Faculty Orientation – HR portion, 10:00am – Noon, KARL 101
12 New Faculty Reception, 5:30pm, Clif’s House
13 New Faculty Orientation – Academic Affairs, 8:00am – 5:00pm, GLAS 101 & PSU
14 Showcase on Teaching & Learning, 8:00am – 1:30pm, PSU
15 All Faculty Welcome Back Luncheon, 11:30am – 1:00pm, PSU Ballroom
16 COE All College meeting, 8:00am, University Plaza Hotel
15-18 Welcome Weekend
18 New Student Convocation,
19 Fall Semester begins