Our office tries to mirror the resilience we see in graduate students at MSU: the ability to adapt despite the shifting landscape of careers they can create for themselves.
PostDocs conduct research in every college at MSU and are frequently the main drivers of the data collection and experimentation that lead to so many exciting breakthroughs.
The Leadership Development Fellowship is one way that the Graduate School aims to realize our vision of advancing humanity and furthering knowledge to shape the future.
Dr. Anthony Boyce, Principal Research Scientist for Talent Assessment at Amazon Interviewed by Meseret Negash, Director of Development
Alyssa likes that she can explore higher education, adult learning, and organizational theory in her program here.
Kateri hopes that the knowledge produced by her scholarship helps aid better decision making around conservation and restoration of aquatic ecosystems- and that through her course work she helps... Read More
Duke has published some of his research that he conducted during his time in SROP, and is moving into research that focuses on public health initiatives in Flint.
Ceylan has designed and conducted an experiment to analyze individuals’ decision making patterns which are correlated to their reported social media use and phone-reported screen time.
Meg worked for Graduate Student Life and Wellness in a role that exposed her to a lot of graduate student opportunities for professional development. She believes that the Graduate School at MSU... Read More
Stephanie Aguilar-Smith is a doctoral student in the Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education (HALE) program in the College of Education, also pursuing a certificate in Chicano/Latino Studies.