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Behl recognized by Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance for curriculum

Posted on June 08, 2017

Joshua Behl, assistant professor in the Professional Management Department, has been recognized by the Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance for his curriculum.

His work, “Microsoft Dynamics CRM Project Service Module Curriculum Package,” has been selected as this year’s honorable mention for the Curriculum award.

The Curriculum Award ceremony is scheduled for Monday, June 19 at the Microsoft Redmond campus.

Boyd Bradbury served as issue editor for Thresholds in Education journal

Posted on May 23, 2012

Dr. Boyd Bradbury, educational leadership, served as issue editor for Vol. XXXVII, Nos. 1 & 2, 2011, of Thresholds in Education: Teacher Action Research in Rural Schools, a journal dedicated to the exploration of new education inquiries, theories, viewpoints, and program innovation. As coordinator of MSUM’s educational leadership and curriculum and instruction programs, Bradbury has served as advisor for master’s students, some of whose work is published in this volume. As issue editor, he recruited these student authors to share their insights and experiences in the hope that they might benefit other school districts and universities facing similar challenges.

Articles in this edition include: Read the rest of this entry →

Liberal Arts and Science Curriculum proposal online

Posted on February 16, 2011

The Liberal Arts and Science Curriculum (APAC Proposal CPN 13.10v3) can be viewed at the APAC website or by linking directly to the document.

Bestsellers of the ‘90s featured at Library

Posted on January 26, 2011

As part of the Library’s 50th anniversary celebration, the Library is now featuring best-sellers of the 1990s. Titles now on display include Walter Cronkite’s A Reporter’s Life, John Grisham’s The Client, and The Kitchen God’s Wife by Amy Tan. This exhibit is located in the Circulation area on first floor. In addition, the Curriculum Materials Center located on the second floor of the Library, is featuring notable children’s books for the same time period. Books currently on display include The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman, Karen Hesse’s Out of the Dust, and Officer Buckle and Gloria by Peggy Rathmann. Books from the 1990s will be displayed through mid-March.

Women’s Studies faculty invited to participate in Mellon 23 Workshop

Posted on January 19, 2011

Women’s Studies faculty Claudia Murphy and Linda Fuselier were invited to present their research on Women’s Studies and science curriculum innovations at the Mellon 23 workshop “Feminism and Science” in Claremont Calif. Murphy and Fuselier are leading curriculum advancement through the integration of science into Women’s Studies.

Picture books on sale Nov. 4-5

Posted on November 01, 2010

The annual children’s picture book sale will be held in the Circulation area of the Library Thursday and Friday, November 4 and 5, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The majority of these books were published in 2009 and are in excellent condition. Books will be priced at $6.00 for one, or two for $10.00.

The sale also includes numerous picture books in a variety of languages that were published prior to 2009. The illustrations in these books are in diverse styles and media. In addition, catalogs are on sale that include sample illustrations by children’s book illustrators from around the world. Overall, these books represent a “treasure trove” of children’s books from around the world. These books range in price from $1.00-$5.00.

Proceeds from the sale will help support the Read Aloud Book Award Program, sponsored by the Curriculum Materials Center of the Library.

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