Lisa Karch, Bruce Jensen present at Inaugural Minnesota State Concurrent Enrollment Partnership Summit

Dr. Lisa Karch, Interim Dean of Graduate & Extended Learning and Dr. Bruce Jensen, Executive Director of Northwest Service Cooperative presented at the Inaugural Minnesota State Concurrent Enrollment Partnership Summit: Stronger Together on October 11 at St. Cloud State University. Their presentation, “18 Online Concurrent Enrollment Pathway to Minimum Faculty Qualifications” shared the Northwest Partnership underway to support concurrent enrollment […]

Academic Affairs Announcement

Dr. Marsha Weber,¬†Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs, has announced that Dr. Lisa Karch, current Graduate Studies Director, has accepted the position of Interim Dean of Graduate and Extended Learning, on a two year appointment beginning July 1, 2018.¬† This position was created to help align our current graduate and online/extended learning functions to create synergy and identify opportunities for […]

Drs. Julie Swaggert and Lisa Karch present at the 2018 virtual STAR Symposium

Dr. Julie Swaggert, Educational Leadership graduate program coordinator and professor, and Dr. Lisa Karch, Director of Graduate Studies and Counseling & Student Affairs professor, presented at the 2018 virtual STAR Symposium last Friday, Feb. 9. The title of their presentation was, “Engaging Students via Twitter Chats.” The STAR (Scholarship, Teaching, Academics and Recognition) Symposium is an annual virtual conference to […]

Conducting research with human subjects? Get Institutional Review Board approval

Are you or your students conducting research with human subjects? Are you planning on sharing the results at the 2018 Student Academic Conference? Undergraduate and graduate students engage in many research and classroom projects that involve human subjects. Student research is conducted under the guidance of Faculty Advisors, who are responsible for the professional and ethical conduct of students completing […]

Are you or your students conducting research with human subjects?

Undergraduate and graduate students engage in many research and classroom projects that involve human subjects. Student research is conducted under the guidance of Faculty Advisors, who are responsible for the professional and ethical conduct of students completing research projects and the protection of human subjects involved in research activities. Faculty Advisors should provide mentoring and supervision to students as they […]