I am writing to greet you on behalf of the Academic Advancement Network (AAN). We hope you are enjoying your work as you support the success of our students, interact with colleagues,
After a recent spate of mass shootings, many Americans are asking themselves painful, now-familiar questions: Why? How can we fix this? What should I do if I’m at work and I hear a series of gunshots in the courtyard or the hallway?
On July 25, Provost June Piece Youatt sent the following note to the MSU Community regarding the leadership transition in the Academic Advancement Network:
At the April 19 Retirees’ Luncheon for Faculty, Academic Staff, and Executive Managers hosted by the Provost, three distinguished faculty emeriti and one academic unit were recognized by the Faculty Emeriti Association for outstanding contributions to the university community.
I am very pleased to announce that Dr. David Rayl is the recipient of the second annual Simmons Chivukula Award for Academic Leadership. The award is generously sponsored by a gift from Dr.
On Thursday April 18, we recognized our 2018-19 cohort of Lilly and Adams Fellows. This academic year has been filled with learning and scholarship, with each fellow exhibiting qualities that truly enhance the university.
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 are just completing the second year of the Academic Advancement Network, which we affectionately call “AAN” (we are at MSU, and of course therefore must have an acronym!). Overall,
Our deans at MSU have worked together in extraordinary ways over the last couple of years – efforts that have intensified in 2018. In addition to the regular ‘Deans Council’ meetings with Provost Youatt,