On April 22, AAN, along with Academic Human Resources and The Work Life Office, hosted its annual spring symposium. This year’s symposium focused on “Envisioning the Future of Academic Work at MSU” with Dr.
We offered Late Career Symposium participants the opportunity to ask questions of our presenters, to be answered after the symposium. Below are the questions asked, answered by Fernando Torres-Gil.
These resources are about the later academic career and retirement.
Learning Communities provide safe and supportive spaces for complicated conversations about curriculum and pedagogy. Michigan State University has supported these initiatives since 2004 and continues to do so through a funding program administered by the Academic Advancement Network.
We recognize the diversity of experiences, interests, expectations, needs, and career stages of academics. Our goal is to provide support for our academic colleagues who are striving to create meaningful and productive professional and personal lives in alignment with– and contributing toward– the missions of Michigan State University.