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The Raines Colloquium fosters intellectual, professional and personal growth and collegiality among the students, faculty, and alumni of the Department of Educational Administration, College of Education at Michigan State. Each academic year, the Raines Colloquium hosts distinguished scholars and practitioners within student affairs, adult education, and higher education for a series of lectures and discussions with students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
The Ewigleben Lecture Series, endowed by alumnus and former president of Ferris State University Robert Ewigleben, is bi-annually presented by the Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education program along with the Center for Higher and Adult Education in the Department of Educational Administration. The lecture brings a prominent state, national, or international policy leader to campus to share their perspectives on significant issues and trends on the higher education forefront.
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The Loren and Opal Raines Colloquium Series
The Raines Colloquium honors the significant contributions of Emeritus Professor Max Raines to the department, the college, the university, and the field of student affairs in higher education.
Ewigleben Lecture Series
The Ewigleben Lecture Series is bi-annually presented by the Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education program along with the Center for Higher and Adult Education.
Graduate Research Colloquium (GRC)
The GRC features research projects and scholarly activity conducted by current students in the Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education Ph.D., M.A., and Student Affairs Administration Master’s program.
The First Amendment and Public Universities: Understanding the Law, Policy, and Higher Education
In light of recent controversies, it is essential for faculty, staff, and students to understand this important constitutional provision and its connection to policy and practice on college campuses.
Brown Bag Discussion Series
The Center hosts an annual Brown Bag Discussion Series that addresses professional development topics of interest to current doctoral students in the Educational Administration Department programs.