The call for applicants has been extended to October 11 Good news! The FCTL and Diversity and Inclusion have partnered on the diversity scholar stipends and the funding amount has been increased to $250. Faculty who are interested in learning about diversity and creating an inclusive classroom culture are encouraged to apply for this $250 diversity scholar stipend. A … [Read more...] about Diversity scholar stipends now $250!
Archives for September 2019
Proposal deadline is Friday, October 25 Public Affairs theme suggestions for the 2021–2022 academic year are now being accepted. As is the case with this year’s theme of “21st Century Digital World”, the intent is to identify and adopt a theme that can be embraced and explored by the entire campus community for the academic year. While public affairs themes generally focus … [Read more...] about Call for 2021-2022 public affairs theme
Submission deadline is Thursday, October 31 The FCTL advisory council is soliciting proposals for curriculum innovation internal grant funding. Proposals are invited for the following categories: Creating high-impact practices that enhance student learning Integrating diversity and multicultural practices in teaching and learning. Funding is available for up to … [Read more...] about The call for curriculum innovation funding is now open!
You are invited to participate in the Fall 2019 commencement. Ceremonies are scheduled for Friday, December 13, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. in JQH Arena. The University will assume the cost of renting your gown. Our contract allows each participant to keep his or her cap and hood for use in future commencement ceremonies. Please complete and return the faculty regalia … [Read more...] about Order regalia for fall 2019 commencement
Clarifying Expectations for General Education Course Assessments and Reports CGEIP invites Natural World course coordinators to join their October 9 meeting to clarify expectations for the new General Education report process. Find the letter from CGEIP Chair, Rich Biagioni, on the assessment blog. … [Read more...] about What’s new in assessment?
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 Fall 2019 semester, visit the Academic Advisement Center website. Advising students with transfer credit Date: Friday, October 4 Time: 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Location: Pummill 202 Presenters: Ross Hawkins and Mandi Muse This … [Read more...] about Check out these academic advisor forums for fall 2019
Request for proposals – faculty research grants Fall deadline is today - Tuesday, October 1 These grants are one-year (max $7500) of funding. The grants are to support new research, creative or scholarly activities or for high quality projects not likely to receive external funding. For more information, see the faculty research grant webpage. The deadline for … [Read more...] about What’s happening in the graduate college
Using Ally to create accessible documents Please join Eric Taylor from the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning and Twon Madison from the Access Technology Center for a session on creating accessible documents using Blackboard Ally. All MSU Staff, Faculty, Graduate and Teaching Assistants are welcome!! Register now through My Learning Connection or by contacting the … [Read more...] about FCTL events and announcements
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 Fall 2019 semester, visit the Academic Advisement Center website. Discussions on important advising situations Date: Monday, September 30 Time: 12:15–1:15 p.m. Location: Plaster Student Union 308 Facilitators: Kathy Davis, Mandi … [Read more...] about Attend the new academic advisor forums