Developing an Institutional Anti-Racist Framework

As Minnesota State continues to move towards becoming a more equitable environment, we are committed to incorporating anti-racist ethos on our campuses. All Minnesota State employees are welcome to join the webinar "Developing an Institutional Anti-Racist Framework" on January 21, 2021 from 9:00 - 10:30 am, an opportunity from the Minnesota State Office of Equity... Continue Reading →

Upcoming OER Opportunities

Please see below the upcoming open educational resources (OER) opportunities available from Minnesota State for faculty and staff. Join the OER Community Site to receive a weekly email of upcoming Network for Educational Development events. The OER Community Site is also where to find OER resources, news, and information on Z-Degrees, Opendora, OER guides, and... Continue Reading →

Educational Development Digest: November

Self-care for both faculty and students Social and emotional health and their impact on the classroom Social Emotional Learning  November can sometimes heighten anxiety for both faculty and students as the looming semester’s end makes the reality of final projects and papers, grading, finals preparation, and preparation for the spring semester (can’t even think about... Continue Reading →

Join the October Conversations with Colleagues for a discussion about the upcoming elections

October 20, 2020 @ 12:00 - 1:00 pm Watch a welcome video from this month’s faculty facilitator Miki Huntington (Minneapolis College & Metropolitan State University). The upcoming 2020 elections present an important opportunity for civic engagement, learning, and action. We invite all faculty to be a part of community efforts to mobilize, educate, and commit to full... Continue Reading →

Upcoming Series: Shifting the Conversation from Debate to Dialogue & Recognizing Political Affiliation as a Social Identity

Personal Learning as Part of Educational Development: A NED Affiliated Series Shifting the Conversation from Debate to Dialogue 1 Recognizing Political Affiliation as a Social Identity Shifting the Conversation from Debate to Dialogue 2 These structured 75 minute round table discussions begin with topic orientation and then direct engagement in large and small groups in... Continue Reading →

ASA Award Nominations and Fall Conference

Academic and Student Affairs are pleased to announce that the ASA Virtual Fall Conference for 2020 will be held on Thursday and Friday, November 12 & 13, 2020. Detailed information and presentation schedules will follow in October. As part of the conference, we will be awarding the ASA Leadership Awards for the 2019-2020 academic year.... Continue Reading →

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