Faculty writing retreats start soon The first of this semester’s Faculty Writing Retreats are near! Register now through My Learning Connection for Thursday, September 12, and/or Friday, September 27. Sessions are in the FCTL, Meyer Library, 9:00 am–4:00 pm. Coffee and lunch are provided. Questions? Contact faculty facilitator, Dr. Etta Madden. Common reader book talks: … [Read more...] about FCTL events and announcements
Archives for September 5, 2019
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. A Review of What’s New for 2019–20 Date: Monday, September 16 Time: 12:15–1:15 p.m. Location: Plaster Student Union Ballroom East Facilitators: Kim Stagner and Luke … [Read more...] about Check out the new academic advisor forums
The Duane G. Meyer Library has an exciting array of technology for students, staff, and faculty. The library now has MacBooks, additional Microsoft Windows laptops, and Chromebooks to check out. These devices check out for three days. The library also has many charging cables and video cables available. The selection of equipment available for check-out is growing. Patrons … [Read more...] about New equipment to borrow from Meyer Library
Request for proposals – faculty research grants Fall deadline is 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 international travel … [Read more...] about What’s new in the graduate college
Nominations must be received by Friday, September 13. The First-Year Programs office is currently accepting recommendations of books suitable to use as a common reader in fall 2020. All sections of GEP 101 and some sections of UHC 110 will use the book. The book is also used in collaborative community programs with the Springfield-Greene County Library system. We need … [Read more...] about Nominations for a common reader
MSU named one of the seven excellence in assessment designee institutions Missouri State was among seven institutions named Excellence in Assessment designees. The Excellence in Assessment (EIA) designation is the first national designation of its kind, spotlighting institutions that successfully integrate assessment practices across an institution, providing evidence of … [Read more...] about What’s happening in assessment?
It’s the fourth week of the semester and you are concerned about a student who is missing a lot of class or struggling academically. What can you do? Use the 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 referral form is to initiate prompt communication and effective intervention … [Read more...] about Refer students for assistance with online form