I am thrilled to announce the results of the inaugural Simmons Chivukula Award for Academic Leadership. The award is generously sponsored by a gift from Dr. Elizabeth H. Simmons (Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at UC San Diego;
Marilyn Amey’s role as an administrator is beautifully tied to her scholarship. Throughout her career, Marilyn’s research has focused on leadership and organizational change in higher education. She has been at MSU since 1997,
At the April 3 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.
Teaching and learning are at the heart of what we do here at Michigan State University. Two AAN fellowship programs on teaching and learning are fantastic opportunities to grow in a community of practice while developing a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning project,
We are thrilled to announce MSU’s cohort of fellows in the 2018-19 Big Ten Academic Alliance Academic Leadership Program (BTAA-ALP)! They are:
- Kendra Spence Cheruvelil – Professor of Fisheries &
The Academic Advancement Network is proud to be one of the co-sponsors of an upcoming presentation organized by the Center for Gender in Global Context.
Kris De Welde,
Titus Awokuse cares deeply about the success of what he calls the “amazing people” in his department. He is in his third year as chair of the Department of Agricultural,
Simmons Chivukula Award for Academic Leadership
The Academic Advancement Network (AAN) is very pleased to announce a new award in recognition of and appreciation for the hard work and dedication exhibited by academic leaders.
Conversations during challenging times or on difficult topics can often benefit from guidance by a skilled professional. The Academic Advancement Network, Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, WorkLife Office, and Graduate School at MSU are working together to develop a pool of individuals to facilitate conversations.
This post is the second in a series highlighting fulfilling, innovative work from leaders across campus that you might not otherwise hear about. I welcome your ideas for individuals to write about in the future.