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The Graduate School/MSU Hub Fellowship

The Graduate School and Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology at Michigan State University welcome you to innovate with us, influence the future of higher education, and further develop as teacher-leaders and public scholars by becoming a Graduate School/MSU Hub fellow. Through the fellowship, graduate students will be exposed to intellectual spaces at MSU…

On Thought Leadership and Impermanence

In the ecosystem of communities of practice, we must give what we want to receive, and support each other as we would like to be supported.

By Jessica Knott, Learning Design Manager Today, I find myself reeling. The New Media Consortium (NMC), one of my most valued professional development organizations and networks declared itself financially insolvent yesterday. Treasured colleagues and role models now find themselves on the job market. And, the Horizon Report (which I am linking to here, but may…

Extending the Reach of Michigan’s Public Universities through Continuing Education

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By Melissa Peraino is Director of Educational Outreach at Grand Valley State University, Gerald Rhead is Director of Academic Entrepreneurship at Michigan State University, Mary Starnes is Associate Director of Academic and Professional Programs at Central Michigan University, Deborah White is Director of the Office of Extended Learning at the University of Michigan-Flint This article…

FAQ: What is MSU’s Academic Advancement Network?

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), formerly the…