Student-Scholar Spotlight: Dr. Joy Hannibal, HALE Alumna, awarded the 2021 CIES Higher Education SIG Best Dissertation Award

The CIES Higher Education Special Interest Group (SIG) Awards Committee selected Dr. Joy Hannibal’s dissertation for the Best Dissertation Award.

Dr. Marilyn Amey Named New Editor & Jesenia Rosales, HALE Doctoral Student, Named New Assistant Editor of Community College Review Journal

Dr. Marilyn Amey, Professor of Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education (HALE) is the new editor of Community College Review (CCR). In addition, Jesenia Rosales, HALE doctoral student, is the new assistant editor of CCR.

Center Faculty and Students Plan to Participate in the Association for the Study of Higher Education Virtual Conference

Faculty and students presenting, serving as discussants and chairs, and hosting events at the 2020 conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education.

Dr. Marilyn Amey Co-edits The SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education

Dr. Marilyn Amey, Professor of Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education and Chairperson of the Department of Educational Administration, co-edited an encyclopedia focused on the study and influence of higher education on universities and global economies.

Student-Scholar Spotlight: Dr. Jennifer Marcy, HALE Alumna, receives Honorable Mention for CIES SIG 2020 Best Dissertation Award

The CIES Study Abroad & International Students Special Interest Group (SIG) Awards Committee selected Dr. Jennifer Marcy’s dissertation for the 2020 Best Dissertation Award, Honorable Mention.

Dr. Leslie Gonzales and HALE Doctoral Candidates, Dana Kanhai and Kayon Hall, receive AERA - Division J 2019 Outstanding Publication Award

The American Educational Research Association (AERA) awarded Dr. Leslie D. Gonzales, Associate Professor, and doctoral candidates, Dana Kanhai and Kayon A. Hall the 2019 Division J Outstanding Publication Award for "Reimagining Organizational Theory"

Student-Scholar Spotlight: Makena Neal, Doctoral Candidate, Awarded the AAACE Graduate Student Leadership Award

In this month's student-scholar spotlight, we feature Makena Neal, Doctoral Candidate, who was awarded the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) Graduate Student Leadership Award.

Student-Scholar Spotlight: John Vasquez Receives King-Chavez-Parks Future Faculty Fellowship & Stephanie Aguilar-Smith Elected to ASHE Board

In CHAE's first student-scholar spotlight, we feature John Vasquez, PhD Candidate, who received the prestigious King-Chavez-Parks future faculty fellowship and Stephanie Aguilar-Smith, PhD Candidate, who was elected to the ASHE Board.

Shahjahan publishes article, On 'being for others': time and shame in the neoliberal academy

Dr. Riyad Shahjahan, Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Teaching and Learning Certificate Program, authored an article focused on temporality and shame in the neoliberal academy.

Cantwell Co-Authors Unequal Higher Education: Wealth, Status, and Student Opportunity

Dr. Brendan Cantwell, Associate Professor and Coordinator of the HALE program, co-authored a book that offers a research-based perspective on the organizational dynamics of inequality in higher education.

Marin publishes study on examining the identity development of an emerging HSRI

Assistant Professor Patricia Marin interviewed senior administrators at an emerging Hispanic-Serving Research Institution (HSRI) to explore their perceptions of the institution’s development and identity as it approached this institutional designation.

Serna Co-Authors Higher Education, Fiscal Administration, and Budgeting: An Applied Approach

Dr. Gabriel R. Serna, Assistant Professor, co-authored a book, which offers current and future higher education and student affairs leaders a practical approach to budgeting and fiscal administration in higher education.

MSU shares in $10 million project to diversify STEM faculty nationwide

Dr. Leslie Gonzales works to diversify STEM faculty as part of a new national research alliance funded by a five-year, $10 million grant from the National Science Foundation.

Wawrzynski Co-Authors Living-Learning Communities that Work: A Research-Based Model for Design, Delivery, and Assessment

Dr. Matt Wawrzynski co-authors a book, which provides a comprehensive model for the design, administration, and assessment of inclusive living-learning communities

Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Educations Professors and Alum Lead a Group of PhD Students in China

In May 2018, Kris Renn, professor in the Higher Adult and Lifelong Education (HALE) program, and Julie Sinclair, Associate Director of International Studies in Education in the College of Education and HALE PhD alumnus, led a group of 12 doctoral students