The National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) today announced the first Model Code of Ethics for Educators (MCEE) to empower P-12 educators.
Do you have a research idea but don’t know how to fund it? Have you published an article in a peer reviewed journal or presented at a peer reviewed conference? Either way, the Office of Scholarship Support has a range of funding options and awards available for you and your projects.
Check out the complete list of 2015 Scholarship Day presenters for the Detroit campus event.
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Not Even “Wonder Woman” Can Break the Glass Ceiling
by Sherry Jennings
Setting Intentions on Your Doctoral Journey
by Mark L. McCaslin
In setting intentions for successfully and healthfully navigating the dissertation journey the first concern is about connections and intersections. Connection, that is to say, to your world and experiences as a researcher and the intersection of those experiences with the theoretical world of research. Doctoral studies are ripe with opportunities to connect our whole person experiences with the theoretical research.
Knowledge Without Boundaries Symposium
by Jared D. Padgett
The School of Advanced Studies recently hosted the 2nd annual Knowledge Without Boundaries symposium, and many of the Center for Healthcare Research fellows were in attendance. We had a great time meeting each other in person, and getting know more about each other's research. We also enjoyed learning about the work being done in other research centers.