I recently attended the 3rd annual Spring Conference on Student Learning and Success at MSU. The first year it ran, it was a joining of a couple of similar events across campus that previously had been taking place simultaneously. This year, there were more added to the party.
By Jeff Grabill, Associate Provost for Teaching, Learning, and Technology
A number of faculty, students, and staff have been working on a new approach to educator professional development. It is an inclusive and community-based framework for how we can all grow as teachers and learners. It has been clear to each of us that this effort is,
By Jeff Grabill, Associate Provost for Teaching, Learning, and Technology and Chris Long, Dean, College of Arts and Letters
In late June, Provost June Youatt and Dean Steve Hanson requested that we co-chair a university-wide committee to articulate a vision for education abroad at Michigan State University rooted in our 21st-century world-grant mission.
Crafting Student Employment Experience – One Semester In
A reflection on the student employee experience at the Hub, and how it can evolve.
By Nick Noel
Nearly a semester has gone by since I last discussed crafting an intentional student employee experience. This idea grew out of my personal observations,
Crafting the Student Employee Experience
An introduction to the design of a collaborative work experience for student employees
By Nick Noel, Instructional Designer
There has been a great deal of transition within our organization. We have had to develop new processes in order to support the activities of the Hub,
Building Disability Empathy
James Jackson explores how cultivating simple, personal interactions can allow us to see disability from a more personal, empathetic lens.
By James Jackson, EIT Accessibility Coordinator
A few months ago, I was given the opportunity to participate in an Ask Me Anything event on the Knowledge Commons platform,
Restructuring Veterinary Medicine to Reduce Student Debt/Stress
The financial and emotional costs of becoming a veterinarian are extremely high, but the profession’s starting salaries often don’t match up to this burden.
In an effort to reduce debt loads and enhance student success and wellness, Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine (MSU CVM) is the first in the nation to begin restructuring its curriculum.