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Oct 23
Monday Memo, October 23-29, 2017

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"Launching the future through the discovery and development of human potential"

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of October 23-29, 2017
 

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

TA/RA and Lecturer/Supervisor appointments for Spring must be submitted no later than November Friday, November 17th Please check with Gina to be sure that all paperwork has been processed to continue, renew, or hire for these positions. If you do not meet this deadline, your TA or RA may not be hired.

 

Please review the Spring 2018 schedule carefully and contact Gina with any changes or updates.

 

Evening Exam requests for multi-section courses for the Spring 2018 semester must be submitted to Gina no later than Friday, October 27th

 

We are planning for Summer 2018. If you are interested in teaching next summer, please submit a short proposal that includes 1) the need for the course, 2) historic enrollments (if taught previously in the summer), and 3) the likelihood that the course will make. The University continues to work toward the goal of increasing summer enrollments, and the Provost's budget model designed to increase summer credit hour production will continue to be in place. We encourage creative thinking and new ideas! Submit your proposal to Gina by no later than Friday, October 27, 2017.

 

CIGSA and GSEC are co-sponsoring an Academic Writing Retreat presented by Ann Lawrence, professional writing coach. It will be held on November 18th from 8:30-4 in WALC 3122. Please RSVP at https://goo.gl/forms/rFfLJrOyjysOUBAi1

 

GSEC is presented a panel lunch discussion called "Life After Graduation" on October 25th at 11:15AM in BRNG B247. The discussion will focus on job searching strategies, becoming career ready, lessons learned and transitioning into academia.

 

Please join The Purdue Promise staff, in partnership with the Office of Institutional Research, Assessment and Effectiveness (OIRAE), on Tuesday, October 24 in LWSN 1142 at 3:30 pm to learn more about a program that measurably contributes to the success of low-income, first-generation undergraduate students at Purdue. Purdue Promise students come from every community in the state of Indiana, are studying in every discipline and are affiliated with every office and program that Purdue has to offer.. Information about this presentation, its national relevance, its outcomes and the program itself was published in Purdue Today.

 

The EDCI Fall 2017 Final Exam Schedule is posted on the bulletin board outside the C&I main office. It is primarily the responsibility of instructors to inform students of their final exam time and place. The Final Examination policy can be found at: http://www.purdue.edu/studentregulations/regulations_procedures/calendar.html.  Faculty and students can access their personal final exam time and room information at this location Personal Final Exam Schedule.  Please remember that the University Senate has determined that final exams are to be no more than two hours in length. A list of students with direct conflicts or more than two exams on one day has been provided to any instructor involved in those situations.

 

The Honors College is renewing its Visiting Scholars program. This program offers funds and housing to assist your college in bringing notable guests, speakers and researchers to campus. In exchange, those guests are asked to create an experience for our Honors College student body in addition to their other activities at Purdue. You will find the full details of the program and a proposal application here: https://honors.purdue.edu/community/news/call-for-proposals-honors-college-visiting-scholars-program/.

 

Please send Fall 17 course syllabi to Kristy Bennett ASAP. Kristy's email is kristybennett@purdue.edu.

 

Coffee with the Head: Janet will once again hold open meetings with graduate students on the first Wednesday of every month at 10AM at Lavazza in Marriott Hall. The next meeting scheduled for November 1 is cancelled because Janet will be out of town. Hope to see you in December!   

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

 

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES

 

 

Happy Birthday to:

Diane Gunstra, October 27

 

 

Got something for the Monday Memo? Please send it to Gina. Monday Memos are archived at https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/blog/default.aspx.

 

 

FALL 2017 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2017 fall session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2016 fall session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
08/18/2017Last day for a Master's plan of study (signed by College of Education levels) to be received by the Graduate School in order to receive a Master's degree in December.
09/20/2017Last day to declare candidacy for degree for December graduation. Contact the Office of Graduate Studies at education-gradoffice@purdue.edu .
Reminder:A final Exam request form for a thesis option student must be received more than 2 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
10/13/2017Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination, Form 9, Form 32, and certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall. If these forms are not received in the Graduate School, the registration will be revised to research credits (does not apply to non-thesis master's) and the student will be held to the later deadline date of 12/01/2017.
12/01/2017Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the final examination (which may include examination, portfolio, and/or final project). Approved electronic final examination reports must be received for all graduating students by the Graduate School before the end of this day. Students for whom a final report is not received will not be able to graduate in December.
12/01/2017FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit forms, signed by faculty, are due to the Graduate School no later than this date.
NOTE:Exit Questionnaires (Master's and Doctoral) and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) must be completed before the thesis final deposit appointment. A copy of the receipt needs to be brought with the student to the deposit appointment.

12/08/2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/09/2017

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit Form 9, Form 32, certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaire (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and the Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall by this date. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. (Long distance deposit appointments are available.)

For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Office information on the Graduate School website at http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/thesis.

 

Master's and Ph.D. candidates with "Confidential" theses/dissertations must also submit their departmental copies to the Graduate School.

 

Non-thesis Master's students must complete Exit Questionnaire (myPurdue Academics tab – Graduate School Plan of Study link)

 

 

 


 


Oct 09
Monday Memo, October 9-15, 2017

The MONDAY MEMO is sent in a format that includes color graphics and photos. If your e-mail reader cannot display this properly, you can use your Internet browser to view MONDAY MEMO archives at https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/blog/default.aspx.

 

"Launching the future through the discovery and development of human potential"

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of October 9-15, 2017
 

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Happy Fall Break!

 

TA/RA and Lecturer/Supervisor appointments for Spring must be submitted no later than November Friday, November 17th Please check with Gina to be sure that all paperwork has been processed to continue, renew, or hire for these positions. If you do not meet this deadline, your TA or RA may not be hired.

 

Spring textbook requests are due to Gina no later than Friday, October 13th.

 

Please review the Spring 2018 schedule carefully and contact Gina with any changes or updates.

 

The grade portal for first eight week courses (August 21-October 17) opened at 8:00 am on October 6th and will close at 5:00 pm October 19th

 

Evening Exam requests for multi-section courses for the Spring 2018 semester must be submitted to Gina no later than Friday, October 27th

 

We are planning for Summer 2018. If you are interested in teaching next summer, please submit a short proposal that includes 1) the need for the course, 2) historic enrollments (if taught previously in the summer), and 3) the likelihood that the course will make. The University continues to work toward the goal of increasing summer enrollments, and the Provost's budget model designed to increase summer credit hour production will continue to be in place. We encourage creative thinking and new ideas! Submit your proposal to Gina by no later than Friday, October 27, 2017.

 

Please consider applying for a department faculty award in teaching, scholarship, or engagement. See the following link for nomination forms and info: https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edu/awards/SitePages/Faculty-Staff-Awards.aspx.

Applications are due to Gina by October 20.

 

The EDCI Fall 2017 Final Exam Schedule is posted on the bulletin board outside the C&I main office. It is primarily the responsibility of instructors to inform students of their final exam time and place. The Final Examination policy can be found at: http://www.purdue.edu/studentregulations/regulations_procedures/calendar.html.  Faculty and students can access their personal final exam time and room information at this location Personal Final Exam Schedule.  Please remember that the University Senate has determined that final exams are to be no more than two hours in length. A list of students with direct conflicts or more than two exams on one day has been provided to any instructor involved in those situations.

 

Please send Fall 17 course syllabi to Kristy Bennett ASAP. Kristy's email is kristybennett@purdue.edu.

 

Coffee with the Head: Janet will once again hold open meetings with graduate students on the first Wednesday of every month at 10AM at Lavazza in Marriott Hall. The next meeting scheduled for November 1 is cancelled because Janet will be out of town. Hope to see you in December!   

 

Please consider applying for an Instructional Innovation Grant to invest in instruction, instructional equipment, and/or technology promoting innovations such as creative pedagogies, active learning, and other new and emerging approaches to teaching. This is a campus wide program that provides individual grants of up to $100,000. Round 1 proposals are due November 1, so please submit to Janet by October 15. Proposals will be forwarded to the Dean's office where they will be ranked. Three will be submitted by the college. Please see details here.

 

Please consider applying for the Instructional Equipment Program for 17-18. This is a competitive equipment grant that will fund proposals up to $100,000 each for innovative and high impact undergraduate teaching models or student experiences. The due date is November 1, so please submit to Janet by October 15. Proposals will be forwarded to the Dean's office where they will be ranked. Three will be submitted by the college. Please see guidelines at:

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

Program Convener's Council meeting, Thursday, October 12 at 10AM in BRNG 3123

 

Elementary Education program meeting, Thursday, October 12 at 1PM in BRNG 1284

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES

 

Kudos go to:

Congratulations to Phil VanFossen, who has been appointed to serve on the Athletic Affairs Committee.  The announcement is in the current issue of Purdue Today http://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/purduetoday/releases/2017/Q4/ackerman-center-director-and-professor-of-social-studies-education-appointed-to-faculty-athletic-representative-position.html

 

Happy Birthday to:

Tim Newby, October 9

Mary Pilat, October 14

Sunnie Watson, October 14

 

 

Got something for the Monday Memo? Please send it to Gina. Monday Memos are archived at https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/blog/default.aspx.

 

 

FALL 2017 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2017 fall session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2016 fall session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
08/18/2017Last day for a Master's plan of study (signed by College of Education levels) to be received by the Graduate School in order to receive a Master's degree in December.
09/20/2017Last day to declare candidacy for degree for December graduation. Contact the Office of Graduate Studies at education-gradoffice@purdue.edu .
Reminder:A final Exam request form for a thesis option student must be received more than 2 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
10/13/2017Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination, Form 9, Form 32, and certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall. If these forms are not received in the Graduate School, the registration will be revised to research credits (does not apply to non-thesis master's) and the student will be held to the later deadline date of 12/01/2017.
12/01/2017Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the final examination (which may include examination, portfolio, and/or final project). Approved electronic final examination reports must be received for all graduating students by the Graduate School before the end of this day. Students for whom a final report is not received will not be able to graduate in December.
12/01/2017FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit forms, signed by faculty, are due to the Graduate School no later than this date.
NOTE:Exit Questionnaires (Master's and Doctoral) and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) must be completed before the thesis final deposit appointment. A copy of the receipt needs to be brought with the student to the deposit appointment.

12/08/2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/09/2017

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit Form 9, Form 32, certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaire (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and the Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall by this date. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. (Long distance deposit appointments are available.)

For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Office information on the Graduate School website at http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/thesis.

 

Master's and Ph.D. candidates with "Confidential" theses/dissertations must also submit their departmental copies to the Graduate School.

 

Non-thesis Master's students must complete Exit Questionnaire (myPurdue Academics tab – Graduate School Plan of Study link)

 

 

 


 


Oct 02
Monday Memo,October 2-8, 2017

The MONDAY MEMO is sent in a format that includes color graphics and photos. If your e-mail reader cannot display this properly, you can use your Internet browser to view MONDAY MEMO archives at https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/blog/default.aspx.

 

"Launching the future through the discovery and development of human potential"

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of October 2-8, 2017
 

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

We are planning for Summer 2018. If you are interested in teaching next summer, please submit a short proposal that includes 1) the need for the course, 2) historic enrollments (if taught previously in the summer), and 3) the likelihood that the course will make. The University continues to work toward the goal of increasing summer enrollments, and the Provost's budget model designed to increase summer credit hour production will continue to be in place. We encourage creative thinking and new ideas! Submit your proposal to Gina by no later than Friday, October 27, 2017.

 

Please consider applying for a department faculty award in teaching, scholarship, or engagement. See the following link for nomination forms and info: https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edu/awards/SitePages/Faculty-Staff-Awards.aspx.

Applications are due to Gina by October 20.

 

The EDCI Fall 2017 Final Exam Schedule is posted on the bulletin board outside the C&I main office. It is primarily the responsibility of instructors to inform students of their final exam time and place. The Final Examination policy can be found at: http://www.purdue.edu/studentregulations/regulations_procedures/calendar.html.  Faculty and students can access their personal final exam time and room information at this location Personal Final Exam Schedule.  Please remember that the University Senate has determined that final exams are to be no more than two hours in length. A list of students with direct conflicts or more than two exams on one day has been provided to any instructor involved in those situations.

 

Please send Fall 17 course syllabi to Kim or Gina ASAP.

 

Coffee with the Head: Janet will once again hold open meetings with graduate students on the first Wednesday of every month at 10AM at Lavazza in Marriott Hall. The next meeting will be October 4. Hope to see you there!  

 

Please consider applying for an Instructional Innovation Grant to invest in instruction, instructional equipment, and/or technology promoting innovations such as creative pedagogies, active learning, and other new and emerging approaches to teaching. This is a campus wide program that provides individual grants of up to $100,000. Round 1 proposals are due November 1, so please submit to Janet by October 15. Proposals will be forwarded to the Dean's office where they will be ranked. Three will be submitted by the college. Please see details here.

 

Please consider applying for the Instructional Equipment Program for 17-18. This is a competitive equipment grant that will fund proposals up to $100,000 each for innovative and high impact undergraduate teaching models or student experiences. The due date is November 1, so please submit to Janet by October 15. Proposals will be forwarded to the Dean's office where they will be ranked. Three will be submitted by the college. Please see guidelines at:

 

Please consider attending the National Reading Recovery and K-6 Literacy Conference in Columbus, Ohio, February 17-20, 2018. For more info see rrcna.org/conferences.

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

 

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES

 

Kudos go to:

Signe Kastberg for being inducted into the Teaching Academy last week! Way to go, Signe!

 

Happy Birthday to:

Kathy Obenchain, October 2

 

 

 

Got something for the Monday Memo? Please send it to Gina. Monday Memos are archived at https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/blog/default.aspx.

 

 

FALL 2017 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2017 fall session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2016 fall session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
08/18/2017Last day for a Master's plan of study (signed by College of Education levels) to be received by the Graduate School in order to receive a Master's degree in December.
09/20/2017Last day to declare candidacy for degree for December graduation. Contact the Office of Graduate Studies at education-gradoffice@purdue.edu .
Reminder:A final Exam request form for a thesis option student must be received more than 2 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
10/13/2017Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination, Form 9, Form 32, and certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall. If these forms are not received in the Graduate School, the registration will be revised to research credits (does not apply to non-thesis master's) and the student will be held to the later deadline date of 12/01/2017.
12/01/2017Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the final examination (which may include examination, portfolio, and/or final project). Approved electronic final examination reports must be received for all graduating students by the Graduate School before the end of this day. Students for whom a final report is not received will not be able to graduate in December.
12/01/2017FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit forms, signed by faculty, are due to the Graduate School no later than this date.
NOTE:Exit Questionnaires (Master's and Doctoral) and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) must be completed before the thesis final deposit appointment. A copy of the receipt needs to be brought with the student to the deposit appointment.

12/08/2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/09/2017

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit Form 9, Form 32, certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaire (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and the Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall by this date. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. (Long distance deposit appointments are available.)

For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Office information on the Graduate School website at http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/thesis.

 

Master's and Ph.D. candidates with "Confidential" theses/dissertations must also submit their departmental copies to the Graduate School.

 

Non-thesis Master's students must complete Exit Questionnaire (myPurdue Academics tab – Graduate School Plan of Study link)

 

 

 


 


Sep 26
Monday Memo, September 25-October 1, 2017

The MONDAY MEMO is sent in a format that includes color graphics and photos. If your e-mail reader cannot display this properly, you can use your Internet browser to view MONDAY MEMO archives at https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/blog/default.aspx.

 

"Launching the future through the discovery and development of human potential"

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of September 25-October 1, 2017
 

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

My apologies for the lateness of this Monday Memo. I was out sick yesterday.

 

We are beginning to plan for Summer 2018. If you are interested in teaching next summer, please submit a short proposal that includes 1) the need for the course, 2) historic enrollments (if taught previously in the summer), and 3) the likelihood that the course will make. The University continues to work toward the goal of increasing summer enrollments, and the Provost's budget model designed to increase summer credit hour production will continue to be in place. We encourage creative thinking and new ideas! Submit your proposal to Gina by no later than Friday, October 27, 2017.

 

The EDCI Fall 2017 Final Exam Schedule is posted on the bulletin board outside the C&I main office. It is primarily the responsibility of instructors to inform students of their final exam time and place. The Final Examination policy can be found at: http://www.purdue.edu/studentregulations/regulations_procedures/calendar.html.  Faculty and students can access their personal final exam time and room information at this location Personal Final Exam Schedule.  Please remember that the University Senate has determined that final exams are to be no more than two hours in length. A list of students with direct conflicts or more than two exams on one day has been provided to any instructor involved in those situations.

 

Please send Fall 17 course syllabi to Kim or Gina ASAP.

 

Coffee with the Head: Janet will once again hold open meetings with graduate students on the first Wednesday of every month at 10AM at Lavazza in Marriott Hall. The next meeting will be October 4. Hope to see you there!  

 

Please consider applying for an Instructional Innovation Grant to invest in instruction, instructional equipment, and/or technology promoting innovations such as creative pedagogies, active learning, and other new and emerging approaches to teaching. This is a campus wide program that provides individual grants of up to $100,000. Round 1 proposals are due November 1, so please submit to Janet by October 15. Proposals will be forwarded to the Dean's office where they will be ranked. Three will be submitted by the college. Please see details here.

 

Please consider applying for the Instructional Equipment Program for 17-18. This is a competitive equipment grant that will fund proposals up to $100,000 each for innovative and high impact undergraduate teaching models or student experiences. The due date is November 1, so please submit to Janet by October 15. Proposals will be forwarded to the Dean's office where they will be ranked. Three will be submitted by the college. Please see guidelines at:

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

 

COE faculty meeting, Friday, September 29, 9-11AM LWSN 1142

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES

 

Happy Birthday to:

Kristy Bennett, September 26

Jessica Weller, September 30

 

 

 

 

Got something for the Monday Memo? Please send it to Gina. Monday Memos are archived at https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/blog/default.aspx.

 

 

FALL 2017 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2017 fall session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2016 fall session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
08/18/2017Last day for a Master's plan of study (signed by College of Education levels) to be received by the Graduate School in order to receive a Master's degree in December.
09/20/2017Last day to declare candidacy for degree for December graduation. Contact the Office of Graduate Studies at education-gradoffice@purdue.edu .
Reminder:A final Exam request form for a thesis option student must be received more than 2 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
10/13/2017Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination, Form 9, Form 32, and certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall. If these forms are not received in the Graduate School, the registration will be revised to research credits (does not apply to non-thesis master's) and the student will be held to the later deadline date of 12/01/2017.
12/01/2017Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the final examination (which may include examination, portfolio, and/or final project). Approved electronic final examination reports must be received for all graduating students by the Graduate School before the end of this day. Students for whom a final report is not received will not be able to graduate in December.
12/01/2017FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit forms, signed by faculty, are due to the Graduate School no later than this date.
NOTE:Exit Questionnaires (Master's and Doctoral) and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) must be completed before the thesis final deposit appointment. A copy of the receipt needs to be brought with the student to the deposit appointment.

12/08/2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/09/2017

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit Form 9, Form 32, certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaire (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and the Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall by this date. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. (Long distance deposit appointments are available.)

For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Office information on the Graduate School website at http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/thesis.

 

Master's and Ph.D. candidates with "Confidential" theses/dissertations must also submit their departmental copies to the Graduate School.

 

Non-thesis Master's students must complete Exit Questionnaire (myPurdue Academics tab – Graduate School Plan of Study link)

 

 

 


 


Sep 18
Monday Memo, September 18-24, 2017

The MONDAY MEMO is sent in a format that includes color graphics and photos. If your e-mail reader cannot display this properly, you can use your Internet browser to view MONDAY MEMO archives at https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/blog/default.aspx.

 

"Launching the future through the discovery and development of human potential"

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of September 18-September 24, 2017
 

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Please welcome Kristy Bennett to the C&I main office staff. She is secretary to Curriculum Studies and Math Education and part-time receptionist. Welcome to Kristy!

 

Course and instructor evaluations are required for ALL courses. Requests for Fall 2017 6 & 8 week course evaluations were due to Deb/Gina by Friday, September 1st – all others are due Friday, September 22nd.   All evaluations will include the COE Core unless otherwise indicated. You may select up to 36 total questions, and other questions are available from the PICES catalog. Complete the EDCI Course Evaluation Request Form and return it to Deb/Gina by the deadline above.

 

Please send Fall 17 course syllabi to Kim or Gina ASAP.

 

Coffee with the Head: Janet will once again hold open meetings with graduate students on the first Wednesday of every month at 10AM at Lavazza in Marriott Hall. The next meeting will be October 4. Hope to see you there!

 

This Friday the C&I Faculty Affairs Committee will sponsor a faculty lunch from noon-1:20PM in BRNG 3276. Please join us for a burrito bar from Mo's!  

 

Please consider applying for an Instructional Innovation Grant to invest in instruction, instructional equipment, and/or technology promoting innovations such as creative pedagogies, active learning, and other new and emerging approaches to teaching. This is a campus wide program that provides individual grants of up to $100,000. Round 1 proposals are due November 1. Please see details here.

 

Please consider applying for the Instructional Equipment Program for 17-18. This is a competitive equipment grant that will fund proposals up to $100,000 each for innovative and high impact undergraduate teaching models or student experiences. The due date is November 1. Please see guidelines at:

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

 

Deb's retirement party, TOMORROW the 19th at 1:30 PM in BRNG 3123

 

C&I Faculty Meeting, Friday the 22nd at 1:30 PM in LWSN 1142

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES

 

Kudos to:

TheBestSchools.org has ranked our online education programs #17 in best online teaching programs. See this link for details: http://www.thebestschools.org/rankings/best-online-teaching-degrees/. Congratulations to all of our online programs!

 

Congratulations to Stephanie Zywicki, Christy Wessel Powell, Wayne Wright, Rachael Kenney, Laura Bofferding, and Trish Morita Mullaney whose proposals for Undergraduate Research Trainees were granted. Congratulations, all!

 

 

 

Got something for the Monday Memo? Please send it to Gina. Monday Memos are archived at https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/blog/default.aspx.

 

 

FALL 2017 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2017 fall session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2016 fall session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
08/18/2017Last day for a Master's plan of study (signed by College of Education levels) to be received by the Graduate School in order to receive a Master's degree in December.
09/20/2017Last day to declare candidacy for degree for December graduation. Contact the Office of Graduate Studies at education-gradoffice@purdue.edu .
Reminder:A final Exam request form for a thesis option student must be received more than 2 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
10/13/2017Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination, Form 9, Form 32, and certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall. If these forms are not received in the Graduate School, the registration will be revised to research credits (does not apply to non-thesis master's) and the student will be held to the later deadline date of 12/01/2017.
12/01/2017Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the final examination (which may include examination, portfolio, and/or final project). Approved electronic final examination reports must be received for all graduating students by the Graduate School before the end of this day. Students for whom a final report is not received will not be able to graduate in December.
12/01/2017FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit forms, signed by faculty, are due to the Graduate School no later than this date.
NOTE:Exit Questionnaires (Master's and Doctoral) and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) must be completed before the thesis final deposit appointment. A copy of the receipt needs to be brought with the student to the deposit appointment.

12/08/2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/09/2017

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit Form 9, Form 32, certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaire (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and the Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall by this date. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. (Long distance deposit appointments are available.)

For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Office information on the Graduate School website at http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/thesis.

 

Master's and Ph.D. candidates with "Confidential" theses/dissertations must also submit their departmental copies to the Graduate School.

 

Non-thesis Master's students must complete Exit Questionnaire (myPurdue Academics tab – Graduate School Plan of Study link)

 

 

 


 


Sep 11
Monday Memo, September 11-17, 2017

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"Launching the future through the discovery and development of human potential"

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of September 11-September 17, 2017
 

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Deb's retirement party will be Tuesday, September 19 at 1:30 in BRNG 3123. Please plan to attend to give Deb a proper send-off!

 

Spring 18 Scheduling: Spring scheduling information was due to Gina by September 4. As noted at the retreat, please try to be detailed and timely since Gina is new to the scheduling process. Please consult with your program convener and with Gina if you haven't already done so.

 

Initial Course Participation is due before the end of the 4th week of classes (this week). If you have a class that begins later in the term, ICP will be due later. If you use Blackboard as part of the course, it will auto-populate and report ICP unless there is no activity for the student. Faculty will need to enter the report for students that have not completed any academic activity in their course. Any questions regarding what an academic related activity is may be directed to my colleague Financial Aid at facontact@purdue.edu .

 

Course and instructor evaluations are required for ALL courses. Requests for Fall 2017 6 & 8 week course evaluations were due to Deb/Gina by Friday, September 1st – all others are due Friday, September 22nd.   All evaluations will include the COE Core unless otherwise indicated. You may select up to 36 total questions, and other questions are available from the PICES catalog. Complete the EDCI Course Evaluation Request Form and return it to Deb/Gina by the deadline above.

 

Please send Fall 17 course syllabi to Kim or Gina ASAP.

 

Coffee with the Head: Janet will once again hold open meetings with graduate students on the first Wednesday of every month at 10AM at Lavazza in Marriott Hall. The next meeting will be October 4. Hope to see you there!

 

Graduate Students: Please join the Graduate Student Education Council (GSEC) on Wednesday, September 13 at 11:45AM in BRNG 2275 for lunch and a panel discussion providing advice from senior COE graduate students. Hope to see you there!

 

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

 

Elementary Education Meeting, Thursday September 14, 10:30 AM, BRNG 3226A

 

C&I Leadership Council Meeting, Thursday, September 14, 1:30 PM, BRNG 6115

 

COE Faculty Affairs Committee Back to School Reception, Thursday, September 14 Sgt. Preston's John Purdue Room, 5:30PM

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES

 

Kudos to:

Jake Burdick and former L&L graduate student Alsu Gilmetdinova have a co-authored article entitled "Many Mansions: Conceptualizing Translingual Curriculum" reprinted in a new book, The Complex and Dynamic Language Practices of Emergent Bilinguals edited by Mileidis Gort. Congratulations to Jake and Alsu!

 

 

 

Got something for the Monday Memo? Please send it to Gina. Monday Memos are archived at https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/blog/default.aspx.

 

 

FALL 2017 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2017 fall session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2016 fall session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
08/18/2017Last day for a Master's plan of study (signed by College of Education levels) to be received by the Graduate School in order to receive a Master's degree in December.
09/20/2017Last day to declare candidacy for degree for December graduation. Contact the Office of Graduate Studies at education-gradoffice@purdue.edu .
Reminder:A final Exam request form for a thesis option student must be received more than 2 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
10/13/2017Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination, Form 9, Form 32, and certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall. If these forms are not received in the Graduate School, the registration will be revised to research credits (does not apply to non-thesis master's) and the student will be held to the later deadline date of 12/01/2017.
12/01/2017Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the final examination (which may include examination, portfolio, and/or final project). Approved electronic final examination reports must be received for all graduating students by the Graduate School before the end of this day. Students for whom a final report is not received will not be able to graduate in December.
12/01/2017FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit forms, signed by faculty, are due to the Graduate School no later than this date.
NOTE:Exit Questionnaires (Master's and Doctoral) and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) must be completed before the thesis final deposit appointment. A copy of the receipt needs to be brought with the student to the deposit appointment.

12/08/2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/09/2017

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit Form 9, Form 32, certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaire (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and the Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall by this date. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. (Long distance deposit appointments are available.)

For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Office information on the Graduate School website at http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/thesis.

 

Master's and Ph.D. candidates with "Confidential" theses/dissertations must also submit their departmental copies to the Graduate School.

 

Non-thesis Master's students must complete Exit Questionnaire (myPurdue Academics tab – Graduate School Plan of Study link)

 

 

 


 


Sep 05
Monday Memo, September 4-10, 2017

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"Launching the future through the discovery and development of human potential"

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of September 4-September 10, 2017
 

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Deb's retirement party will be Tuesday, September 19 at 1:30 in BRNG 3123. Please plan to attend to give Deb a proper send-off!

 

Spring 18 Scheduling: Spring scheduling information was due to Gina by September 4. As noted at the retreat, please try to be detailed and timely since Gina is new to the scheduling process. Please consult with your program convener and with Gina if you haven't already done so.

 

Initial Course Participation is due before the end of the 4th week of classes. If you have a class that begins later in the term, ICP will be due later. If you use Blackboard as part of the course, it will auto-populate and report ICP unless there is no activity for the student. Faculty will need to enter the report for students that have not completed any academic activity in their course. Any questions regarding what an academic related activity is may be directed to my colleague Financial Aid at facontact@purdue.edu .

 

Course and instructor evaluations are required for ALL courses. Requests for Fall 2017 6 & 8 week course evaluations were due to Deb/Gina by Friday, September 1st – all others are due Friday, September 22nd.   All evaluations will include the COE Core unless otherwise indicated. You may select up to 36 total questions, and other questions are available from the PICES catalog. Complete the EDCI Course Evaluation Request Form and return it to Deb/Gina by the deadline above.

 

Please send Fall 17 course syllabi to Kim or Gina ASAP.

 

Coffee with the Head: Janet will once again hold open meetings with graduate students on the first Wednesday of every month at 10AM at Lavazza in Marriott Hall. These will begin tomorrow September 6. Hope to see you there!

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

 

Friday, September 8 PCC retreat, 8:30 AM-3:30 PM, Beck Center

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES

 

Kudos to:

Trish Morita-Mullaney, Wayne Wright, and Ming Ming Chiu who received word that two of their Department of Education grants were fully funded:

  • Project PUEDE seeks to increase the overall instructional and family engagement capacities of pre- and in-service teachers, administrators and family liaisons in Indiana, serving in dual language (DL) education by improving DL staffing quality through licensure and adequate Spanish proficiency.
  • Leveraging the Lectura y Lenguaje is focused on increasing the overall literacy and English language development capacities of elementary pre- and in-service educators, administrators and family liaisons in Central Indiana. The project will create literacy and language bridges with a community agency that will positively contribute to EL family engagement, teacher quality and student achievement in literacy and English language learning. 

Congratulations to Trish, Wayne, and Ming Ming!

 

Alberto Rodriguez, who was invited to present the Annual Graham Nuthall Lecture at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, Aug. 2017. The title of the lecture was: "Moving beyond 'covering' the curriculum: Using sTc to engage all learners in science/STEM education." Congratulations, Alberto!

 

 

Got something for the Monday Memo? Please send it to Gina. Monday Memos are archived at https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/blog/default.aspx.

 

 

FALL 2017 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2017 fall session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2016 fall session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
08/18/2017Last day for a Master's plan of study (signed by College of Education levels) to be received by the Graduate School in order to receive a Master's degree in December.
09/20/2017Last day to declare candidacy for degree for December graduation. Contact the Office of Graduate Studies at education-gradoffice@purdue.edu .
Reminder:A final Exam request form for a thesis option student must be received more than 2 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
10/13/2017Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination, Form 9, Form 32, and certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall. If these forms are not received in the Graduate School, the registration will be revised to research credits (does not apply to non-thesis master's) and the student will be held to the later deadline date of 12/01/2017.
12/01/2017Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the final examination (which may include examination, portfolio, and/or final project). Approved electronic final examination reports must be received for all graduating students by the Graduate School before the end of this day. Students for whom a final report is not received will not be able to graduate in December.
12/01/2017FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit forms, signed by faculty, are due to the Graduate School no later than this date.
NOTE:Exit Questionnaires (Master's and Doctoral) and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) must be completed before the thesis final deposit appointment. A copy of the receipt needs to be brought with the student to the deposit appointment.

12/08/2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/09/2017

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit Form 9, Form 32, certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaire (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and the Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall by this date. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. (Long distance deposit appointments are available.)

For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Office information on the Graduate School website at http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/thesis.

 

Master's and Ph.D. candidates with "Confidential" theses/dissertations must also submit their departmental copies to the Graduate School.

 

Non-thesis Master's students must complete Exit Questionnaire (myPurdue Academics tab – Graduate School Plan of Study link)

 

 

 


 


Aug 18
Monday Memo, August 21-27, 2017

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"Launching the future through the discovery and development of human potential"

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of August 21-27, 2017
 

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Fall semester classes begin Today! Please read carefully the syllabus letter from the Provost's office for information about what to include on your syllabus. 

 

Please plan to attend the "Eclipse Viewing Party" this afternoon from 1-4PM in Founder's Park outside BRNG. Peak shadow will be between 2:20-2:40. This event is hosted by COE and CATALYST. Don't miss what might be the best chance to see a solar eclipse in our lifetime!

 

Spring 18 Scheduling: Large lecture and IMPACT room scheduling is due August 21, and the rest of the spring scheduling information is due to Gina by September 4. As noted at the retreat, please try to be detailed and timely since Gina is new to the scheduling process. Please consult with your program convener if you haven't already done so.

 

Initial Course Participation is due before the end of the 4th week of classes. If you have a class that begins later in the term, ICP will be due later. If you use Blackboard as part of the course, it will auto-populate and report ICP unless there is no activity for the student. Faculty will need to enter the report for students that have not completed any academic activity in their course. Any questions regarding what an academic related activity is may be directed to my colleague Financial Aid at facontact@purdue.edu .

 

Please send Fall 17 course syllabi to Kim or Gina ASAP.

 

Coffee with the Head: Janet will once again hold open meetings with graduate students on the first Wednesday of every month at 10AM at Lavazza in Marriott Hall. These will begin September 6. Hope to see you there!

 

Please remember that the COE email distribution list is only for Purdue/College related business. Please do not send non-Purdue and/or personal communication to our lists. Information about our lists can be found at:  https://social.education.purdue.edu/edit/it/10things/mailing-lists-get-signed-up/

 

As we enter the 2017-2018 fall semester and you prepare for classes and other work you perform with students, we request that you refresh your preparedness for emergencies on campus and your own knowledge of campus safety procedures by visiting http://www.purdue.edu/ehps/emergency_preparedness/index.html.  Be sure to include a statement about campus emergencies in your course syllabi.  Conduct a safety briefing with your students on the first day of class. For information specific to Beering Hall, go to http://www.purdue.edu/ehps/emergency_preparedness/emergency/building-plan.html .  Under "Finding Your Building Emergency Plan" select "BEP List" or visit the College of Education page at https://www.education.purdue.edu/resources/emergency-preparedness/

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES

 

Happy Birthday to:

 

Jim McClure, August 21

Kerry Hoffman, August 27

JoAnn Phillion, August 27

 

Kudos to:

 

Signe Kastberg has won the 2018 Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators' 2018 Excellence in Teaching Mathematics Teacher Education Award. Congratulations to Signe!

 

Carla Johnson and Janet Walton have five books coming out this fall (September to November).

  • Johnson, C.C., Walton, J.B., & Peters-Burton, E.E. (Eds.) (2017). Wind Energy: STEM Road Map for Elementary School, Arlington VA: National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Press, 1-219.
  • Johnson, C.C., Walton, J.B., & Peters-Burton, E.E. (Eds.) (2017). Construction Materials: STEM Road Map for High School, Arlington VA: National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Press, 1-150.
  • Johnson, C.C., Walton, J.B., & Peters-Burton, E.E. (Eds.) (2017). Harnessing Solar Energy: STEM Road Map for Elementary School, Arlington VA: National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Press, 1-255.
  • Johnson, C.C., Walton, J.B., & Peters-Burton, E.E. (Eds.) (2017). Transportation in the Future: STEM Road Map for Elementary School, Arlington VA: National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Press, 1-221.
  • Johnson, C.C., Walton, J.B., & Peters-Burton, E.E. (Eds.) (2017). Amusement Park of the Future: STEM Road Map for Middle School, Arlington VA: National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Press, 1-143.

 Congratulations to Carla and Janet!

 

 

 

Got something for the Monday Memo? Please send it to Gina. Monday Memos are archived at https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/blog/default.aspx.

 

 

FALL 2017 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2017 fall session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2016 fall session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
08/18/2017Last day for a Master's plan of study (signed by College of Education levels) to be received by the Graduate School in order to receive a Master's degree in December.
09/20/2017Last day to declare candidacy for degree for December graduation. Contact the Office of Graduate Studies at education-gradoffice@purdue.edu .
Reminder:A final Exam request form for a thesis option student must be received more than 2 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
10/13/2017Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination, Form 9, Form 32, and certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall. If these forms are not received in the Graduate School, the registration will be revised to research credits (does not apply to non-thesis master's) and the student will be held to the later deadline date of 12/01/2017.
12/01/2017Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the final examination (which may include examination, portfolio, and/or final project). Approved electronic final examination reports must be received for all graduating students by the Graduate School before the end of this day. Students for whom a final report is not received will not be able to graduate in December.
12/01/2017FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit forms, signed by faculty, are due to the Graduate School no later than this date.
NOTE:Exit Questionnaires (Master's and Doctoral) and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) must be completed before the thesis final deposit appointment. A copy of the receipt needs to be brought with the student to the deposit appointment.

12/08/2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/09/2017

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit Form 9, Form 32, certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaire (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and the Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall by this date. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. (Long distance deposit appointments are available.)

For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Office information on the Graduate School website at http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/thesis.

 

Master's and Ph.D. candidates with "Confidential" theses/dissertations must also submit their departmental copies to the Graduate School.

 

Non-thesis Master's students must complete Exit Questionnaire (myPurdue Academics tab – Graduate School Plan of Study link)

 

 

 


 


Aug 14
Monday Memo August 14-20, 2017

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"Launching the future through the discovery and development of human potential"

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of August 14-20, 2017
 

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

The fall C&I retreat is TOMORROW, Tuesday, August 15th from 8:30 to approximately 2 PM at the Beck Center (where we've been the last couple of years). Please plan to attend to kick off the 17-18 academic year. Note: We will once again be collecting for the "flower fund" at the retreat. Please bring cash and plan to contribute!

 

The annual C&I picnic is this Friday, August 18th starting at 5PM in Happy Hollow Park. Looking forward to seeing you there!

 

The COE/C&I graduate student orientation meeting is TODAY, August 14, 8:00AM-10AM for all new COE students and 10AM-1PM for all funded Graduate Assistants in BRNG 2280. Please plan to attend. We will provide important information and give you opportunities to meet new colleagues. We will also serve lunch at 12:30!

 

You might recall that last spring the department approved the addition of a standing committee called the "Graduate Non-Program Specific Oversight Committee" for the purpose of providing administrative oversight for non-program specific curricular and staffing issues, such as for the doctoral seminars. This committee will need three elected faculty members for 17-18. If you are willing to be on the ballot, please email Judy Lysaker or Janet Alsup by August 25.

 

Fall semester classes begin August 21. Please read carefully the syllabus letter from the Provost's office for information about what to include on your syllabus. 

 

 Initial Course Participation is due before the end of the 4th week of classes. If you have a class that begins later in the term, ICP will be due later. If you use Blackboard as part of the course, it will auto-populate and report ICP unless there is no activity for the student. Faculty will need to enter the report for students that have not completed any academic activity in their course. Any questions regarding what an academic related activity is may be directed to my colleague Financial Aid at facontact@purdue.edu .

 

Coffee with the Head: Janet will once again hold open meetings with graduate students on the first Wednesday of every month at 10AM at Lavazza in Marriott Hall. These will begin September 6. Hope to see you there!

 

As we enter the 2017-2018 fall semester and you prepare for classes and other work you perform with students, we request that you refresh your preparedness for emergencies on campus and your own knowledge of campus safety procedures by visiting http://www.purdue.edu/ehps/emergency_preparedness/index.html.  Be sure to include a statement about campus emergencies in your course syllabi.  Conduct a safety briefing with your students on the first day of class. For information specific to Beering Hall, go to http://www.purdue.edu/ehps/emergency_preparedness/emergency/building-plan.html .  Under "Finding Your Building Emergency Plan" select "BEP List" or visit the College of Education page at https://www.education.purdue.edu/resources/emergency-preparedness/

 

Purdue Libraries is hosting the presentation "Xenophilia: How the Love of Difference is Essential for Information Literacy" by Dr. Drew Whitworth on August 29th at 10AM in PMU West Faculty Lounge. Click here to register: click here to register. This presentation will argue for an understanding of information literacy as a set of carefully constructed practices informed by context.

 

The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research (JPUR) is hiring for a new Journal Coordinator as well as a brand new position, that of a Journal Marketing Coordinator. These are paid positions with the opportunity to acquire many excellent skills and a résumé-building output, the 2018 volume of the journal, which will include a special thematic section celebrating Purdue University's 150th. If you have questions, please contact Katherine Purple at kpurple@purdue.edu.

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES

 

Happy Birthday to:

Nancy Boes, August 17

 

Kudos to:

Carla Johnson and the GEAR UP project were featured in an August 1 Indy Star article: http://www.indystar.com/story/news/education/2017/07/30/how-well-indiana-high-schools-preparing-students-college/453616001/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter.  

 

 

 

Got something for the Monday Memo? Please send it to Gina. Monday Memos are archived at https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/blog/default.aspx.

 

 

FALL 2017 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2017 fall session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2016 fall session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
08/18/2017Last day for a Master's plan of study (signed by College of Education levels) to be received by the Graduate School in order to receive a Master's degree in December.
09/20/2017Last day to declare candidacy for degree for December graduation. Contact the Office of Graduate Studies at education-gradoffice@purdue.edu .
Reminder:A final Exam request form for a thesis option student must be received more than 2 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
10/13/2017Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination, Form 9, Form 32, and certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall. If these forms are not received in the Graduate School, the registration will be revised to research credits (does not apply to non-thesis master's) and the student will be held to the later deadline date of 12/01/2017.
12/01/2017Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the final examination (which may include examination, portfolio, and/or final project). Approved electronic final examination reports must be received for all graduating students by the Graduate School before the end of this day. Students for whom a final report is not received will not be able to graduate in December.
12/01/2017FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit forms, signed by faculty, are due to the Graduate School no later than this date.
NOTE:Exit Questionnaires (Master's and Doctoral) and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) must be completed before the thesis final deposit appointment. A copy of the receipt needs to be brought with the student to the deposit appointment.

12/08/2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12/09/2017

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit Form 9, Form 32, certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaire (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and the Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall by this date. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. (Long distance deposit appointments are available.)

For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Office information on the Graduate School website at http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/thesis.

 

Master's and Ph.D. candidates with "Confidential" theses/dissertations must also submit their departmental copies to the Graduate School.

 

Non-thesis Master's students must complete Exit Questionnaire (myPurdue Academics tab – Graduate School Plan of Study link)

 

 

 


 


Aug 07
Monday Memo July 31-August 13, 2017

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MONDAY MEMO for the Week of July 31-August 13, 2017
 

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Module III grades are due August 8.

 

Mark your calendar: the fall C&I retreat will be Tuesday, August 15th from 8:30 to approximately 2 PM at the Beck Center (where we've been the last couple of years). Please plan to attend to kick off the 17-18 academic year.

 

The annual C&I picnic will be Friday, August 18th starting at 5PM in Happy Hollow Park. Looking forward to seeing you there!

 

The COE/C&I graduate student orientation meeting will be 8:00AM-10AM for all new COE students and 10AM-1PM for all funded Graduate Assistants in BRNG 2280. Please plan to attend. We will provide important information and give you opportunities to meet new colleagues. We will also serve lunch at 12:30!

 

Fall semester classes begin August 21. Please read carefully the syllabus letter from the Provost's office for information about what to include on your syllabus. 

 

Would you like to receive a NASA space place poster to display in your office or classroom? NASA Space Place is a premier science communications website that engages upper-elementary aged children in space and Earth science through interactive games and hands-on activities. Please see their website at http://spaceplace.nasa.gov. Send your name, email and mailing address to Nancy Leon at nancy.j.leon@jpl.nasa.gov if you would like a poster.

 

We have been notified that there will no longer be power to the tables in BRNG B243 due to the boxes being damaged.  There will still be power in the floor boxes in BRNG B247.  If your fall class is scheduled in B243 and you feel this is going to be a big problem, please let Deb know ASAP. 

 

Purdue Libraries is hosting the presentation "Xenophilia: How the Love of Difference is Essential for Information Literacy" by Dr. Drew Whitworth on August 29th at 10AM in PMU West Faculty Lounge. Click here to register: click here to register. This presentation will argue for an understanding of information literacy as a set of carefully constructed practices informed by context.

 

The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research (JPUR) is hiring for a new Journal Coordinator as well as a brand new position, that of a Journal Marketing Coordinator. These are paid positions with the opportunity to acquire many excellent skills and a résumé-building output, the 2018 volume of the journal, which will include a special thematic section celebrating Purdue University's 150th. If you have questions, please contact Katherine Purple at kpurple@purdue.edu.

 

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES

 

Happy Birthday to:

Nancy Palaez, August 5

David Eichinger, August 8

Jim Greenan, August 8

 

Kudos to:

Victoria Lowell for being honored with a distinguished alumni award from the University of Hawaii's Learning Design and Technology program at the 50th anniversary of the program. Congratulations, Victoria!

 

Trish Morita-Mullaney is heavily quoted in a recent Chalkbeat article about the state's consideration of testing ELLs in their native languages as part of its ESSA state plan:

 http://www.chalkbeat.org/posts/in/2017/07/24/new-federal-rules-are-pushing-indiana-to-explore-giving-state-tests-in-spanish/. Congratulations, Trish!

 

 

 

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SUMMER 17 GRADUATE STUDENT GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2017 summer session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2016 summer session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
05/12/2017Last day for a Master's plan of study (signed by College of Education levels) to be received by the Graduate School in order to receive a Master's degree in August.
06/07/2017Last day to declare candidacy for degree for August graduation. Contact the Office of Graduate Studies at education-gradoffice@purdue.edu .
Reminder:A final Exam request form for a thesis option student must be received more than 2 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academic Tab, Form 8.)
06/23/2017

Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination, Form 9, Form 32, and certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall. If these forms are not received in the Graduate School, the registration will be revised to research credits (does not apply to non-thesis master's) and the student will be held to the later deadline date of 07/21/2017.

 

 

    07/21/2017Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the final examination (which may include examination, portfolio, and/or final project). Approved electronic final examination reports must be received for all graduating students by the Graduate School before the end of this day. Students for whom a final report is not received will not be able to graduate in August.
    07/21/2017FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit/certification forms, signed by faculty, are due to the Graduate School no later than this date.
NOTE:Exit Questionnaires (Master's and Doctoral) and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) must be completed before the thesis final deposit appointment. A copy of the receipt needs to be brought with the student to the deposit appointment.
07/28/2017

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit Form 9, Form 32, certificate of completion of Exit Questionnaire (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and the Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit Appointment in the Thesis/Dissertation Office in Young Hall by this date. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. (Long distance deposit appointments are available.)

For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Office information on the Graduate School website at http://www.purdue.edu/gradschool/research/thesis.

 

Master's and Ph.D. candidates with "Confidential" theses/dissertations must also submit their departmental copies to the Graduate School.

 

08/04/2017

(last day of session)

Doctoral students must have passed preliminary examinations by this date to be eligible for August 2018 graduation (assuming student registers Fall 2017 and Spring 2018).


 


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