First-Year Programs has started Fall 2020 instructor recruitment. If you are interested in teaching GEP 101, First-Year Foundations, please visit the first year website to learn more. Date of first consideration is Wednesday, March 11, 2020. Please direct any questions to Dr. Tracey Glaessgen, Center for Academic Success and Transition/First-Year Programs. … [Read more...] about Call for GEP 101 instructors
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Date: Wednesday, February 26 Time: 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. Location: PSU 308 If you're thinking of leading a short-term study away program, please consider attending the Study Away Short-Term Faculty-Directed Proposal Workshop. This workshop will provide the nuts and bolts of planning and proposing a program. Join Study Away staff and veteran Study Away program directors for a … [Read more...] about Thinking of leading a short-term study away program?
Date: May 18–20 Time: 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. Location: Meyer library 10-B Individuals are often influenced by their friends, coworkers, family members, and others with whom they come in contact. Yet most statistical modeling approaches rely on an assumption of independence requiring researchers to ignore such influence (or violate the assumption). Social network analysis … [Read more...] about Introduction to Social Network Analysis
Nominations and applications are being accepted for the 2021–2022 Provost Fellow for Public Affairs. The theme for this academic year will be “Bridging the Divide” (see description below). The main responsibility of the Public Affairs Fellow is to work with the Office of Public Affairs Support in developing and planning the annual public affairs conference. The Fellow candidate … [Read more...] about Call for nominations—2021-2022 provost fellow for public affairs
Diversity Book Talk Please join Judith Martinez in a talk about Among the Lost, by Emiliano Monge, an award winning Mexican writer, about illegal immigration in the 21st century. Attend any or all sessions. Dates and Times: Tuesday, February 25 12:00–1:00, PSU 312 Tuesday, March 24 12:00–1:00, PSU 314 Tuesday, April 28th 12:00–1:00, PSU 312 Experience faculty writing … [Read more...] about FCTL events and announcements
What's going on in assessment this week? CEGIP piloted a new general education report and review process. Give feedback. Save the date for the Annual Assessment of Student Learning Conference Need an idea for an assessment grant? Read assessment blog post … [Read more...] about What’s new in assessment
Faculty, please remind your graduate students of the following — The deadline for spring thesis and non-thesis funding is Thursday, February 20, 2020 Missouri State University offers a number of special funding opportunities for graduate students including thesis research, non-thesis research, and student travel funding. Available during both the fall and spring semesters, … [Read more...] about What’s new in the graduate college