The #iteachmsu Commons is an initiative that has been in the making for almost five years, driven by educators, for educators. Initially, Melissa McDaniels of The Graduate School and a group of graduate Teaching Assistants launched “Inside Teaching MSU” as a space for graduate student educators to share their teaching ideas and learn from each other through workshops.
The MSU Academic Advancement Network is currently accepting applications for their next cohort of fellows. Proposals will be accepted until April 30, 2018. Please see the Lilly Fellowship and the Adams Academy program descriptions below for directions on how to apply.
The Lilly Fellowship Program
The Lilly Fellows program invites applicants for its 2018-2019 cohort.
FAQ: What is MSU’s Academic Advancement Network?
An Introduction to MSU’s Reimagined Office of Faculty and Organizational Development
If faculty, academic staff, academic specialists, deans, directors, and chairs have checked their campus mail any time in the last week or so, they likely noticed a few brochures from the Academic Advancement Network (AAN),