Spring Conference on Teaching, Learning, and Student Success, May 4-6, 2020

Each May, we host a conference of MSU educators that showcases innovative teaching ideas and fosters a dynamic community of all who enhance the experiences of students, faculty, and staff.

The goal of the meeting is to create a shared space for conversation about educational practices that lead to student success. To do so, we encourage sessions that share impactful and scholarly approaches to teaching, highlight data related to student learning and success, and provide opportunities for professional growth. We hope to leverage the campus community’s collective skills and knowledge about teaching, learning, assessment, research, and administrative processes to advance student learning and benefit the entire university community.

Details for the 2020 Spring Conference on Teaching, Learning, and Student Success will be provided as they become available.

If you have any questions about the schedule or how to access it, please email AAN@msu.edu.

Call for proposals due March 3 by 5:00 p.m.

The goal of the Spring Conference on Teaching, Learning and Student Success is to create a shared space for conversation about educational practices, data analysis, and initiatives and programs that impact student success.

The committee seeks submissions that highlight the work being done on campus around educational practices, data analysis, and initiatives and programs that impact student success. The diversity of session types and topic areas is designed to invite proposals from all groups or individuals within the MSU community engaged in teaching, learning, and student success.

Proposals for the Spring Conference on Student Learning and Success are due at 5:00 p.m. on March 3, 2020. Everyone will be notified regarding acceptance of proposals by March 13th.

For any questions or concerns, please contact Renata Opoczynski at opoczyns@msu.edu or Sarah Gretter at sgretter@msu.edu.

Submit a proposal

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Collaborators

We collaborate with the following MSU units to make this conference as inclusive as possible:

  • The Graduate School
  • The Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology
  • The Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives
  • IT Services Teaching and Learning
  • MSU Libraries
  • The Neighborhoods Student Success Collaborative
  • The Office of the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education
  • Residential and Hospitality Services
  • College Student Success Group
  • Institutional Research