Building Capacity in New Education Graduate Program in Azerbaijan
In September 2016, a CHAE faculty member and doctoral student joined other MSU College of Education colleagues to travel to Baku, Azerbaijan and celebrate the launch of a new Master of Arts in Educational Management program at ADA University.
The Erickson Legacy
The Erickson Chair is an endowed position that supports the work and scholarship of CHAE faculty.
CHAE Spring 2016 Report Released
Context influences postsecondary research in a multitude of ways. The Spring 2016 issue of the Center for Higher and Adult Education Report serves to illustrate how Center faculty examines context and organizational-level research.
The 2016 Ewigleben Symposium - The Future of Contingent Faculty in Higher Education
The Ewigleben Lecture Series bi-annually brings prominent state, national, or international policy leaders to campus to share their perspectives on significant issues and trends on the higher education forefront.
Oversight vs. Strategic Engagement: The Competing Roles of Public University Trustees
Release of Oversight vs. Strategic Engagement: The Competing Roles of Public University Trustees
Creating an intellectual climate by supporting academic and cultural exchange
The Center for Higher and Adult Education at MSU ranks 2nd among all higher education graduate programs in the country and has one of the largest full-time faculty contingents with fifteen nationally and internationally recognized scholars.
Report released: Center for Higher and Adult Education Report, Spring 2015
The release of Oversight vs. Strategic Engagement: The Competing Roles of Public University Trustees.
Report released: Center for Higher and Adult Education Report, Fall 2015
The ever-increasing diversification of higher education necessitates a greater understanding of factors that support the changing needs of students and faculty. The Fall 2015 edition of the CHAE report showcases the work of Center faculty in this realm.