On a campus as large as ours, there is always something interesting happening. Traditionally, the week between spring and summer semesters tends to be the most ideal time to offer programs for instructors that focus on professional and instructional development.
MSU is committed to providing a learning environment for students free of harassment and discrimination. Educators often ask for tips or best practices they can implement in their classrooms.
As we begin the Spring 2018 semester,
AAN is pleased to announce the formation of its new advisory board. We are looking forward to our first meeting in late January, and are excited about the diverse perspectives they will bring to the table.
Throughout the year, I plan to use the Leadership Blog to highlight the work of mid-level administrators. In meetings with focus groups, I have learned that many academics on our campus (tenure system and fixed-term faculty,
Here’s a quick look at some upcoming professional development events for faculty, academic staff, and academic administrators as the end of the semester draws near. We look forward to seeing you at these events.
I am excited to announce the launch of a new Academic Advancement Network Leadership Fellows program at MSU. Our first cohort of mentors and fellows have been selected for this year-long program,
The Leadership Blog series will highlight topics related to leadership development at MSU. Posts will provide brief, timely information on featured events, as well as some longer stories highlighting the efforts of leaders across a range of positions on this campus.
We hope you will find it both visually appealing and highly functional. We have added current material highlighting the work across our four nodes, which are devoted to Academic Career Paths,