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Dr. David Lee Keiser and Julie Dalley Present Contemplative Pedagogy Webinar for the Contemplative Mind in Society

Presentation on behalf of the Center for the Contemplative Mind in Society focuses on building a new faculty development program at Monclair State University, centered on contemplative pedagogy and practices as critical to student engagement, learning, and overall well-being.

Dr. Reynol Junco to visit Montclair State: "Srsly, we're going to use it for class?"

Special Guest Speaker to visit Montclair State to discuss the use of social media in the classroom; addressing the faculty and student perspective. Featuring Dr. Reynol Junco, Purdue University.

Research Academy and CSAM Team Secure New NSF Grant to Fund Innovative Science Teaching and Learning

Research team collaborate to bring innovative new learning environments to stimulate student learning and critical thinking processes.

Choreographer Liz Lerman Presents Interactive Workshop - January 29, 2013

World-renowned artist visits campus to deliver workshop on Critical Response Process, a innovative method of providing critical feedback.

Research Academy Team and Dr. David Lee Keiser Receive Contemplative Pedagogy Grant

Drs. Cigdem Talgar, David Lee Keiser, and Writer Julie Dalley secure $5000.00 to fund new pilot faculty development program in contemplative pedagogy.

3rd Annual University Learning and Teaching Showcase

Research Academy Names New Associate Director, Dr. Cigdem Talgar

MSU Bonner Americorps Students Off to New Orleans

Nine MSU students head south to aid in ongoing rebuilding efforts in New Orleans as part of the Bonner Americorps Program.

International Service-Learning Course Takes MSU Students to Peru

Service-Learning Program and Anthropology Professor Katherine McCaffrey team up to teach sustainable development and social change in Peru.

Service-Learning and Community Engagement Awards Program June 8, 2011

Montclair State's Service-Learning and Community Engagement Program awards faculty, staff, and community partners for their exceptional contributions in 2010-2011.