Each February, the Academic Advancement Network in collaboration with Academic Human Resources hosts its annual series of “Thriving at Michigan State University” workshops. These sessions provide faculty and academic specialists with important information and strategies on how to be successful in their careers at our institution.
By: Sonja Fritzsche
Fixed-term faculty and academic staff often do not have the same access to a means of socialization into academic life as tenure-stream faculty.
By: Cynthia Jackson-Elmoore
Why did you decide to be a mentor for the AAN Leadership Fellows program?
I value opportunities to pay attention to what others are doing,
By: Beronda Montgomery
January is National Mentoring Month, and thus an excellent time to reflect on mentoring – both the mentoring you need and the mentoring you’ll offer.
Assistant Professor Robert Malinowski works in the College of Human Medicine’s Office of Medical Education, Research and Development (OMERAD). As a recent Lilly Fellow, Rob sought to learn more about the competency-based review process within the College of Human Medicine.
From Melanie Kauffman, Office of Research Facilitation and Dissemination
The Office of Research Facilitation and Dissemination (ORFD), a unit of the Office of the Senior Vice President for Research and Innovation,
From Diane Doberneck, University Outreach and Engagement
The Office for Public Engagement and Scholarship in University Outreach and Engagement coordinates opportunities for faculty, academic staff, and graduate students to learn about community-engaged research.
Have you ever wondered how to get support for writing the evaluation section of your grant proposal or conducting the evaluation when your proposal is funded?
Since November of 2018,
The primary strategy that AAN uses to support research and scholarship is to provide support related to building and cultivating sustainable research, scholarship and creative activities of faculty and academic staff at MSU.
Rob Roznowski is the head of acting and directing in the Department of Theatre. As an AAN Leadership Fellow last year, he created a central resource for faculty to help their students access mental health resources.