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Oct
29
Thu
Shifting classroom goals and expectations @ Zoom
Oct 29 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Shifting classroom goals and expectations @ Zoom

Educators from all levels, backgrounds, and content areas are welcome to join a discussion on how they have had to change course objectives and expectations for  students during COVID-19 online teaching.  Time will be allotted for small group discussions for educators to share their own new practices and gain ideas from others. The last 15 minutes will be reserved to hear from attendees on new perspectives they will incorporate into their classrooms, lingering questions and doubts on online success, and comments from novice and veteran educators.

Please share within your networks! This event will not be recorded.

Register for Zoom link at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shifting-classroom-goals-and-expectations-tickets-125047148387

Nov
9
Mon
Excel Network Careers in Language Week – Alumni Panel on Careers in International Education
Nov 9 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Excel Network Careers in Language Week - Alumni Panel on Careers in International Education

Careers in Language Week is a series of week-long events intended to help students explore career fields that are possible with a language degree. This webinar will provide a variety of perspectives from alumni panelists who are working in International Education, including:

– an academic librarian at a university in Montreal

– an employee in the Office of Education Abroad at MSU

– an exchange coordinator for government programs

Register here: https://app.joinhandshake.com/events/604485

Jan
15
Fri
SoSLAP Sip and Stroll @ Meet at Blue Owl Coffee in East Lansing
Jan 15 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

 Meet with SoSLAP at Blue Owl Coffee in East Lansing. Grab or bring something hot to drink, and spend some time in the fresh air connecting with colleagues!

Feb
26
Fri
Additional Training and Developmental Editing for Transdisciplinary Projects
Feb 26 @ 12:00 pm

2021 University Interdisciplinary Colloquium
“Additional Training and Developmental Editing for Transdisciplinary Projects”

Johanna Schuster-Craig (German, Global Studies)

2/26/2021, 12PM-1PM 
Zoom Link: https://msu.zoom.us/j/98504663406
Passcode: msuc4i

Methodological clarity is important for successfully completing an interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary project. Developmental editing or training programs outside or adjacent to the University is one way to learn new writing methods. This presentation will discuss the various and sometimes atypical pathways scholars can take to learn new methodologies so that they can complete a multi year interdisciplinary project. Of specific interest for me is the intersection between social sciences and humanities.

Flyer - Additional Training and Developmental Editing For Transdisciplinary Projects
Flyer – Additional Training and Developmental Editing For Transdisciplinary Projects