A Retrospective with Philip Cusick: 50 Years of School Reform
Friday, January 14, 2011 3:00 - 4:30 PM
  • Location: KIVA Erickson Hall
The Department of Educational Administration is pleased to announce a
special presentation by Professor Philip A. Cusick, who is retiring this
spring after 40 years in the College of Education.
Cusick's talk, "A Retrospective: 50 Years of School Reform," will be
followed by a reception. Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable perspective on how schools have
changed and shifted from an intellectual giant in the field of educational
administration!

TE 991 Global and Peace Education: Discourses, Dilemmas and Practices
Spring 2011 Friday Morning 9:10 AM - 12:00 PM 226 Erickson Dr. E. Heilman
This course will explore global issues and global education through multiple theoretical and epistemological lenses. This approach will help doctoral students better understand how to ask questions and conduct research that ranges from macro structural levels on issues such as national and regional level global poverty to micro and interpersonal levels such as phenomenological inquiry into nonviolence and conflict resolution in peace education.

3rd Annual Graduate Academic Conference (GAC)
The Council of Graduate Students is proud to announce the call for abstracts for the 3rd Annual Graduate Academic Conference (GAC)! Most presentations will need to be in poster-like form, but there are a limited number of oral presentation spots available. Awards will total $5,000.
Submissions can cover completed or ongoing research projects. Please go to our newly updated website, www.msugac.com, for more information about the GAC and to download the application.

Submission Deadline: Dec. 20, 2010
Conference Date: Friday, Mar. 25, 2011
Location: 1st Floor, Communication Arts and Sciences building
Website: www.msugac.com
Prizes (total amount): $5,000
If you have any questions about the conference or regarding conference submissions, please email msugac@gmail.com.

Finishing your dissertation?
The Graduate School is excited to announce that several students have successfully submitted their Masters Theses and Doctoral Dissertations via ProQuest and we continue to receive electronic submissions daily!
Detailed formatting and submission information for preparing electronic documents is available from the Graduate School website, <http://grad.msu.edu/etd/>http://grad.msu.edu/etd/
During Fall 2010, traditional submission of unbound printed documents will continue to be an option, but only electronic documents will be accepted after December 17th, 2010.
Please note that the deadline date of December 17th, 2010 means that a document must be reviewed prior to this date AND all necessary paperwork submitted to the Graduate School in order to be successfully submitted for final approval. Simply 'submitting' a document on December 17th does not necessarily mean that it will be successfully submitted for the Fall 2010 deadline. All corrections and revisions as well as paperwork must be in our office before 5:00 pm on December 17th to be a Fall 2010 graduate.


New dissertations added
For several years MSU Libraries has been part of a cooperative subscription that gave our patrons access to the electronic full text of dissertations from Big Ten/CIC schools via ProQuest UMI. This subscription has now been expanded to cover all U.S. dissertations available from ProQuest UMI for 1997 to the present. http://er.lib.msu.edu/item.cfm?item=050534

Some big name schools, particularly in the Ivy League, do not use ProQuest UMI as an archive and thus are not included. Even so, this is a substantial expansion of available resources and should be of particular interest to our graduate students.

The announcement came with a warning that ProQuest lists the items as soon as they come in and thus very recent dissertations may appear in the database before they are digitally available.


Center for Gender Studies Added to MSU life resources
GenCen Digest, December 2010 Edition
(Clicking this link will open the Digest as an online pdf through the GenCen website. A downloadable pdf is also attached.)
The GenCen Digest, published once a month, contains a Table of Contents with a clickable menu. Click any section title (GenCen Events, for example) and you will go directly to that section of the Digest; click “back to Table of Contents” at the end of each section and you will return to the Table of Contents.
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