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Call for Instructors: EAD 315

April 11, 2022

EAD 315: Student Leadership Training Applications for Fall 2022 Instructors are due April 22 at 11:59PM ET Apply Here Hello! We are currently recruiting Graduate Instructors for EAD 315: Student Leadership Training. EAD 315 is a 3-credit P/NP course that guides undergraduate students on their leadership development journey. Opportunities to teach include both in-person and… Read More »

Leadership Fellows Program, MSU

February 21, 2022

Leadership Fellows Program Attention Graduate and Professional Students Applications due: March 22, 2022 The Leadership Fellows Program was launched in 2015 as part of the Graduate School’s commitment to graduate and professional student success, interconnectedness, and inclusion. The Leadership Fellows Program aims to: build a stronger and healthier graduate and professional student community at MSU by… Read More »

Seeking Applicants: Graduate Student Research Awards, DOE’s Office of Science

February 21, 2022

DOE’s Office of Science is Now Accepting Applications for Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Awards Attention Ph.D. Students Applications due: Wednesday, May 4 at 5 p.m. EST The Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Science is pleased to announce that the Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) program is now accepting applications for… Read More »

NASPA 2022 Case Study Competition

January 24, 2022

Please consider applying for NASPA’s 2022 Case Study Competition! Details are below. This is a really great opportunity to engage in research practice for those of you interested in research and future graduate work. It also looks great on a resume. Connect with your advisors about this opportunity and faculty sponsorship.  Apply here: Case Study Competition… Read More »

Free Training Available from MSU IT

January 24, 2022

Attention Graduate Students, faculty and staff: The MSU IT Training Team offers no-cost, virtual, instructor-led trainings for all students, faculty and staff to become more familiar with the technology available at MSU. A mix of beginner and intermediate courses are available about several of our primary collaboration tools: Zoom, Spartan 365, and specific Microsoft applications like Teams, OneNote, and OneDrive. Visit the Spartans Learn website for more information, including in-depth course descriptions, dates, and registration. 

Event: 2022 NASPA Doctoral Student Seminar

January 10, 2022

On behalf of the NASPA Faculty Council and the seminar planning team (Sonja Ardoin, Tiffany Cresswell-Yaeger, Andreya Williams, Sara Henry, Jill Dunlap), we invite all doctoral students to join us for the 2022 NASPA Doctoral Seminar which will be held from 12pm-4pm ET on Sunday, March 20 in Baltimore, MD as part of the NASPA annual conference. The doctoral seminar was created to provide support… Read More »

Event: Winter Grow BOLDLY on Rest & Resilience Free PD Event

December 6, 2021

Winter Grow BOLDLY on Rest & Resilience(always free professional development and personal growth workshops) Dec 15 | Jan 10-14 | Feb 16 noon mst/1CST/2EST onlinesign up at In the winter series of Grow Boldly, we invite in the theme of Rest & Resilience. With some thoughtful intentionality and flexible planning your rest can grow vibrant roots of resilience to… Read More »

Call for Applications: WOCI Graduate Student Womxn of Color Writing Retreat

December 6, 2021

Attention Graduate Students: The Womxn of Color Initiatives (WOCI) at Michigan State University is pleased to announce a 3-day, 2-night writing retreat intended to advance 1) dissertation/degree completion amongst womxn of color graduate students and 2) dissertation/degree completion amongst graduate students whose scholarship aligns with the overall mission and purpose of WOCI, which is to support and… Read More »

Event: Write Winning Grants Seminar

November 29, 2021

Attention Doctoral Students: This two-day virtual seminar (Jan. 6 and 7, 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon each day) comprehensively addresses practical and conceptual aspects that are important to writing competitive and successful grant proposals. It is designed for faculty, graduate students, and staff who have exposure to writing grant applications and want tips and strategies for effectively… Read More »