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Online Programs in Education 4 Top-Ten program areas

U.S. News & World Report has named Michigan State University among the best places in the nation to earn an online master's degree in education. MSU is ranked in the top-10 in four program areas in the 2022 rankings.

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MSU is launching a center to meet the critical need to support individuals with disabilities in life and career transitions. The MSU STRIDE Center officially launched June 13.

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Alumni Voice

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Alum D’Andrea Jacobs shares what it means to be a school psychologist, and how training she received at MSU prepared her to succeed.

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Small steps, big results: New practicum experience for ABA students

August 15, 2022

Students in the Michigan State University Master of Arts in Applied Behavior Analysis program will have a new practicum opportunity in the Lansing School District beginning this fall. The PACES Project will support Spartans in providing evidence-based applied behavior analysis (ABA) practices to im...

Panteleimon Ekkekakis becomes chair of the Department of Kinesiology

August 09, 2022

Panteleimon "Paddy" Ekkekakis, an internationally renowned exercise psychology scholar, became the chair of the Department of Kinesiology on August 1, 2022.   Ekkekakis, a third-generation educator, was formerly a faculty member at Iowa State University, which he had joined in 2000. He...

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Globally recognized: MSU named #2 in world for education

August 04, 2022

For the third year in a row, Michigan State University has been named #2 in the world for education, according to one widely used international ranking of universities.  “These rankings illuminate the dedicated, impactful work of scholars across our college and institution who are address...

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