Senior Survey The Senior Survey is the first part of the University Exit Exam. It is a brief series of questions selected to satisfy state reporting requirements and for internal efforts toward program improvement. The survey includes first-destination information, a satisfaction question, and the chance for students to comment on their experience at MSU. At times, the Senior … [Read more...] about What’s going on in assessment?
Archives for April 2019
Date: Tuesday, April 30 Time: 3:00–5:00 p.m. Location: PSU Ballroom West Our faculty members work diligently to make the university and our community a better place to live. Join the Office of the Provost and President Smart as we gather to honor this year’s award recipients and retirees at the All-Faculty Recognition Reception. The esteemed recipients of the Missouri … [Read more...] about Attend the all-faculty recognition reception
Proposal deadline: Thursday, April 25 Missouri State University will host its second on-campus conference to focus upon first-generation students, "From Convocation to Graduation." The conference committee welcomes proposals from faculty, staff, and administrators that focus upon first-generation students. Concurrent sessions will be 50 minutes, which should include time for … [Read more...] about Call for proposals – First-generation student conference
The academic advisor forums will be included in the Provost Communiqué prior to each event date. If you want to view all of the forums for the Spring 2019 semester, visit the Academic Advisement Center website. A Case for Proactive Advising Date: Thursday, May 2 Time: 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Presenter: Mark Biggs, Associate Dean, College of Arts and Letters Location: Pummill … [Read more...] about Check out the new academic advisor forums
Updated procedures to hiring graduate assistants Please follow the updated procedures to hire graduate assistants contained in the link below. If you have any questions, please contact Phillip Raleigh in the Graduate College at 836-5335. View updated hiring procedures … [Read more...] about What’s happening in the graduate college
Dates: Monday–Wednesday, May 20–22 Boost your research productivity this summer by taking a workshop on social network analysis! Social network analysis is a tool for examining relationships and behavior in social contexts (e.g., classrooms, prisons, churches, hospitals, businesses, etc.). FCTL is sponsoring this 3-day workshop on May 20–22, 2019. Please register through … [Read more...] about Attend the social network analysis workshop