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!
The deadline for summer faculty fellowship proposals (SFF) is Wednesday, October 30 The function of this Fellowship is to allow faculty members engaged in research or in creative activities to devote intense thought and activity to a single project. The summer faculty fellowship provides a $6,000 stipend to the recipient (this is taxable income). Projects which involve … [Read more...] about What’s happening in the graduate college
The academic advisor forums will be included in the Provost Communiqué prior to each event date. If you want to view the forum schedule and session descriptions for the Fall 2019 semester, visit the Academic Advisement Center website. Boots to books: Advising and teaching veterans Thursday, October 24, 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. Pummill 202 Registration is required and spaces are … [Read more...] about Check out these academic advisor forums for fall 2019
Submit proposals between October 14 – November 8 The FCTL is partnering with Meyer Library to support faculty in the creation of a “Zero Textbook” course. This special Curriculum Innovation grant will support faculty efforts to reduce student costs associated with textbooks and course materials while maintaining a high-quality course design and a high-impact learning … [Read more...] about Special call for open educational resources zero textbook course proposal
Need help finding the data you need? The Office of Assessment is here to assist you by providing Data Request Consultations. Drop by Cheek Hall 100 between 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. and someone will be there who is dedicated to helping you find the data you need. For more information, contact the Office of Assessment at 836-8431. … [Read more...] about What’s new in the assessment office
Nominations due Friday, November 22 The FCTL Teaching Awards recognize the outstanding achievements of faculty. Because effective teaching can be accomplished through many different approaches or modalities, the FCTL Advisory Council wants to recognize faculty contributions in areas that are important to the mission and long-term goals at Missouri State University. Awards … [Read more...] about Call open for FCTL teaching awards
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
Dates and Times: Tuesday, October 15, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Thursday, October 17, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Location: Meyer Library, Room 101 (both sessions) The Missouri State University Libraries, in partnership with EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO), one of the leading providers of research databases, e-journals, e-books, and discovery services to libraries, has undertaken a … [Read more...] about What is FOLIO at MSU libraries?