First-Year Programs has started Fall 2019 instructor recruitment. If you are interested in teaching GEP 101, First-Year Foundations, please visit the First-Year Programs website to learn more. Date of first consideration is Tuesday, March 5, 2019. Please direct any questions to Dr. Tracey Glaessgen, Center for Academic Success and Transition/First-Year Programs. … [Read more...] about Would you like to teach GEP 101?
Archives for February 6, 2019
Submission deadline is Friday, March 22 The Showcase on Teaching and Learning will be held August 14, 2019. The FCTL Advisory Council is inviting faculty to submit presentation proposals that highlight teaching practices that would appeal to faculty across disciplines and all levels of experience. Themes to consider include: Online teaching Universal design and … [Read more...] about Showcase on Teaching and Learning call for proposals
The call for nominations for the Accessibility Teaching Award has been extended until Thursday, February 28th. This award recognizes faculty achievements in the area of accessible learning. Accessible learning provides all students with equitable access and opportunity for student success regardless of disabilities. Faculty who are eligible take a proactive approach toward … [Read more...] about Accessibility learning award deadline extended
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 Request summer 2019 graduate teaching assistant funding Forms due Friday, February 15, 2019 The … [Read more...] about What’s new in the graduate college
The Bear Pantry provides food assistance to members of the MSU community facing food insecurity. Located in the Center for Community Engagement (Plaster Student Union 131), the Bear Pantry is a partnership between the Center for Community Engagement (CCE) and the Drew Lewis Foundation. Students can schedule an appointment through the website or drop by between 9:00 a.m. and … [Read more...] about New Bear Pantry opens for students
Register for faculty spring 2019 writing retreats Date: Friday, February 22 Times: 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. Location: LIBR 204 (FCTL) Facilitator: Dr. Etta Madden Gear up for the Spring 2019 semester! The Faculty Write Program focuses on promoting faculty productivity and camaraderie through writing-based experiences such as interdisciplinary writing retreats held … [Read more...] about FCTL events and announcements
It’s almost midterm and you are concerned about a student who is missing class a lot or struggling academically. What can you do? Use the new Academic Care Team Referral Form to send an alert. The sooner we intervene with the student the quicker we can offer help. The goal of this new referral form is to initiate prompt communication and effective intervention with students … [Read more...] about Refer students for assistance with new online form
Assessment office on the move The assessment office has relocated to the first floor of Carrington Hall. Find out where on the assessment blog. About assessment of student learning grants Assessment of student learning grants are available now! Let the Office of Assessment help you, the faculty, in your efforts to assess student learning. These $500 grants, which are … [Read more...] about What’s happening in assessment?