Tag Archives: student experience

Questioning the Compliance Narrative

Could we begin to understand students as people who are interested in learning and growth for higher purposes beyond just compliance and grades?

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.

Episode 14 – My Spartan Story

Episode 14

Welcome to the first Hubcast of 2019! In this episode, Bill Heinrich, head of assessment and experiential learning for the Hub, talks about My Spartan Story, a new interactive web-based platform to track MSU student learning experiences outside of the classroom. He speaks with Leslie Thompson, an academic advisor in the College of Natural Science,

Assisting Faculty as an Undergraduate Learning Experience Designer

Tommy Truong in foreground, Liz Martin and Libby Hoffman in the background

Assisting Faculty as an Undergraduate Learning Experience Designer
A Reflection
By Tommy Truong

Over the past year of working with the Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology, I have seen a plethora of opportunities come into fruition–some have been for me, some have been for the Hub staff, and most have been for the faculty and students of Michigan State University (MSU).

Restructuring Veterinary Medicine to Reduce Student Debt/Stress

Vet Med

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.