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Jan 25th 2010
For COE faculty and graduate students:
February 14-16, 2011, the 7th iNet International Conference: Navigators of Learning
will take place at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center. College of Education faculty and graduate students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity and special conference pricing to hear from and interact with top educational researchers, policymakers, practitioners and students from nations around the world, including England, Canada, Australia, Wales, the United Arab Emirates, Nepal and China.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (invited)
MSU President Lou Anna Simon
Michigan Superintendent of Public Instruction Mike Flanagan
Anthony Jackson, vice president, Asia Society
Yong Zhao, University of Oregon
Barry Carpenter, Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities Project, Specialist Schools & Academies Trust, UK
Linda Halbert and Judy Kaser, Network of Performance Based Schools, Canada
Bob Compton, Producer,
Two Million Minutes
Alma Harris, London Centre for Leadership and Learning
John Wood, author of
Leaving Microsoft to Change the World
and founder, Room to Read
Special pricing for MSU COE faculty directly through MSU Office of K-12 Outreach (253 EH). Three days of programming, all materials, 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners and Tuesday evening welcome reception: $275 per person. Full program agenda and conference details available at
. One-day registration (program, materials, breakfast and lunch): $125 per person. Contact Lisa Galbraith (
) in the Office of K-12 Outreach Programs, 253 Erickson Hall, 353-8950 to register.
A free workshop for Graduate Students to help you survive and thrive in graduate school. To allow for more interaction, the workshop is limited to 35 graduate students. Registration is on a first come, first served basis. Lunch is provided.
Conflict Prevention and Communication Skills for Successful Project Management
Learn effective negotiation and communication strategies for effective project management!
Presented by: Dr. Tony Nunez, Associate Dean, The Graduate School
Parker Huston, M.A., The Graduate School
DATE:Friday, February 18th, 2011
9:00 AM – 2:30 PM (boxed lunch is provided)
Check-in begins at 8:30 AM
Workshop begins PROMPTLY at 9:00 AM
Room 6, Student Services Building
REGISTRATION:To register, send an email to:
and include your name, department, e-mail address, and the name of the workshop (Conflict Management Workshop). Also, please include your lunch preference (Ham, Turkey, or Veggie).
Council of Graduate Students News- including the attached newsletter
Due to technical difficulties with downloading the submission form and problems with applying over Winter Break, the Graduate Academic Conference submission deadline has been extended to January 31st. Please note that this is the final deadline.
A few short facts about the conference:
This year's conference will be held on Friday, March 25th .
You may present via an oral presentation or poster at the conference. Any research projects conducted at MSU by a graduate student are eligible. Research projects do not need to be complete before the conference; you may present on research that is ongoing as well.
This year's prizes will total $7,000 dollars and will be divided between the best presenters at each session. Last year, 17 of our 154 presenters (just over 10%) were awarded a prize. The student(s) selected as this year's top oral presentation will also present at the April Board of Trustees meeting, along with the chief faculty advisor of the presenter(s). Additionally, the University Club of MSU has very generously offered a prize package valued at $299 for one conference presenter. Winners from each session will be entered in a raffle to win one package for a one-month social and fitness membership to the Club along with a Sunday Brunch for Two gift certificate.
We understand that many departments are currently struggling to fund graduate travel to conferences. The Conference provides an incentive and opportunity for graduate students to conduct rigorous research and develop their presentation skills at a time when many students may not be able to afford trips to other conferences and departments may be unable to provide funding for conference travel. Furthermore, it?s an excellent opportunity to practice your presentation skills for future conference participation.
The GAC brings together diverse research disciplines on campus, giving you the opportunity to network and develop interdisciplinary endeavors, as well as to practice your skills at translating research for a general audience.
The conference submission deadline has been extended to January 31st, 2011. Please fill out the attached form and mail to . You may also download the entry form via our website,
. The submission process is fairly straightforward, and the main requirements involve a short abstract and documentation of quality (an email from a faculty advisor or copy of acceptance letter to a conference). Acceptance into the conference is non-competitive; in the past, the conference has had a very low rejection rate of submissions.
Thank you again for applying to the GAC! You may find additional information about the conference on our website,
. If you have already submitted an application to the conference, you will be hearing back from our committee sometime in the next few weeks. Please feel free to contact with any questions. If you are interested in participating as a student judge in the conference, please feel free to contact us as well.
COGS Newsletter 1-11 V1I5.pdf
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