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May 14
Monday Memo, May 14, 2018

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 ofhuman potential"

 

MONDAY MEMO for May 14, 2018
  

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

This is the last Monday Memo until August 6. If there is any important information to share, I will pass it along in an email.  Have a wonderful summer!

 

Thank you all for submitting spring grades on time! It is much appreciated. 

 

Reminder: Course and instructor evaluations are required for ALL courses. Module I (Maymester) evaluation requests are due to Gina no later than Monday, May 14th.  Module II & III summer course evaluations are due to Gina no later than Friday, June 1st.   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 Gina.  

 

Graduate Students: The business office has requested that every graduate (TA/RA/Fellowship) student who will receive funding of any kind (teaching/grant/etc.) complete and electronically submit a calendar marking the dates you are funded this summer.  Your assignment should be listed on the side.  Be sure to sign and date at the bottom and send to Shelly Burton slburton@purdue.edu and copy hainesg@purdue.edu.  Thanks. You were emailed this form on 4/26. 

 

Assistantship decisions for Fall of 18 are Due May 15.  When you have made hiring decisions for your course or project for fall, please complete the GA Appointment List and return it to Gina at hainesg@purdue.edu.  Remember that the department has a limited number of appointments available, so get your requests in early. Even if you have already spoken to Janet or Gina about a TA, please let us know "officially" so that paperwork can be completed, and Janet can keep track of numbers. Any requests after that May 15 cannot be guaranteed.

 

If you plan to hire an LTL in the fall, please contact Janet and Gina ASAP. The deadlines are the same as above (May 15 for Fall). 

 

SCHEDULE OF UPCOMING EVENTS

C&I Faculty Retreat, August 14 8:30 AM-1PM at the Beck Center 

C&I Graduate Student Orientation, August 13, 10AM-1PM, BRNG 2280

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES 

Happy SUMMER Birthday to:

 

Allen Talbert, May 14

Marcy Towns, May 16

Jake Burdick, May 20

Heidi Diefes-Dux, May 22

Drew Ayres, May 23

Dan Shepardson, May 26

Bill Watson, June 2

Jill Newton, June 11

Michael Dyrenfurth, June 16

Bill Walker, June 22

Adrie Koehler, June 22

Trish Morita Mullaney, July 1

Tara Johnson, July 2

Melissa Dark, July 4

Kathy Newton, July 14

Janet Alsup, July 20

Nancy Pelaez, August 5

 

Kudos to:

 

Bill Walker, for winning the 2018 Christian J. Foster Award recognizing transformational contributions to K-12 education in Indiana. Congratulations, Bill! 

 

Congratulations to Signe Kastberg and Laura Bofferding for being awarded this year's Synergy Award. Their project is titled, Supporting and Sustaining Problem Solving Conversations with Families."  Congrats Signe and Laura! 

 

All of our graduate students who completed their programs in May. We wish you the very best in your future careers! 

 

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.

 

 

 

Summer 2018 Graduation Deadlines 

 

Reminder:

 

Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2018 summer session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2017 summer session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations. 

 

05/11/2018

Last 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. 

 

06/06/2018

Last 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.) 

 

06/22/2018

Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination (Form 9), electronic Thesis Acceptance form, 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. 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 07/20/2018. 

 

07/20/2018

Absolute 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. 

 

07/20/2018

FACULTY: 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. 

 

 

 

 

 

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit electronic Thesis Acceptance form, 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 by this date. All appointments are held electronically. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. 

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. 

 

8/3/18: Doctoral Students must have passed preliminary exams by the date to be eligible for August 19 graduation (assuming student registers for Fall 18 and Spring 19.

 


 


May 07
Monday Memo, May 7-13, 2018

 

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 ofhuman potential"

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of May 7-13, 2018
  

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Reminder: Course and instructor evaluations are required for ALL courses. Module I (Maymester) evaluation requests are due to Gina no later than Monday, May 14th.  Module II & III summer course evaluations are due to Gina no later than Friday, June 1st.   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 Gina.  

 

 All grades must be submitted by 5:00 pm on Tuesday, May 8th.  For additional information on submitting grades, please go to: http://www.purdue.edu/registrar/faculty/grading/index.html.

 

Graduate Students: The business office has requested that every graduate (TA/RA/Fellowship) student who will receive funding of any kind (teaching/grant/etc.) complete and electronically submit a calendar marking the dates you are funded this summer.  Your assignment should be listed on the side.  Be sure to sign and date at the bottom and send to Shelly Burton slburton@purdue.edu and copy hainesg@purdue.edu.  Thanks. You were emailed this form on 4/26. 

 

Graduate students who currently have TA/RA positions or fellowships,  who will have an appointment in the fall, and plan to take summer courses, please let Gina know as soon as possible so that she can send your fee remission information to the Bursar's Office. 

 

Assistantship decisions for Fall of 18 are Due May 15.  When you have made hiring decisions for your course or project for fall, please complete the GA Appointment List and return it to Gina at hainesg@purdue.edu.  Remember that the department has a limited number of appointments available, so get your requests in early. Even if you have already spoken to Janet or Gina about a TA, please let us know "officially" so that paperwork can be completed, and Janet can keep track of numbers. Any requests after that May 15 cannot be guaranteed.

 

If you plan to hire an LTL in the fall, please contact Janet and Gina ASAP. The deadlines are the same as above (May 15 for Fall). 

 

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

Graduation, Saturday, May 12 9:30 AM for Education, Liberal Arts, Management, and Vet Med 

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES 

Happy Birthday to:

 

Kudos to:

 

Professor Jim Greenan, whose LDP program proposal has received official continued funding for another year from I-MaC in the amount of $164,226. 

 

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.

 

 

 

Summer 2018 Graduation Deadlines 

 

Reminder:

 

Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2018 summer session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2017 summer session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations. 

 

05/11/2018

Last 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. 

 

06/06/2018

Last 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.) 

 

06/22/2018

Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination (Form 9), electronic Thesis Acceptance form, 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. 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 07/20/2018. 

 

07/20/2018

Absolute 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. 

 

07/20/2018

FACULTY: 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. 

 

 

 

 

 

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit electronic Thesis Acceptance form, 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 by this date. All appointments are held electronically. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. 

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. 

 

8/3/18: Doctoral Students must have passed preliminary exams by the date to be eligible for August 19 graduation (assuming student registers for Fall 18 and Spring 19.

 


 


Apr 30
Monday Memo April 30-May 6, 2018

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 humanpotential"

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of April 30-May 6, 2018
  

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Faculty: Please complete the textbook request form (for Fall 18) and return it to Gina as soon as possible, but no later than May 4th.  The form was emailed to you on 4/24. Thanks!

 

Graduate Students: The business office has requested that every graduate (TA/RA/Fellowship) student who will receive funding of any kind (teaching/grant/etc.) complete and electronically submit a calendar marking the dates you are funded this summer.  Your assignment should be listed on the side.  Be sure to sign and date at the bottom and send to Shelly Burton slburton@purdue.edu and copy hainesg@purdue.edu.  Thanks. You were emailed this form on 4/26. 

 

Graduate students who currently have TA/RA positions or fellowships,  who will have an appointment in the fall, and plan to take summer courses, please let Gina know as soon as possible so that she can send your fee remission information to the Bursar's Office. 

 

CIGSA will be celebrating graduating students with cake and snacks on Thursday, May 3rd, from 1:00-3:00 in BRNG 4180.

 

Assistantship applications for the 2018-19 are ready for review. See Gina to review the files. When you have made hiring decisions for your course or project for summer and/or fall, please complete the GA Appointment List and return it to Gina at hainesg@purdue.edu.  Remember that the department has a limited number of appointments available, so get your requests in early. Even if you have already spoken to Janet or Gina about a TA, please let us know "officially" so that paperwork can be completed, and Janet can keep track of numbers. Summer requests should be submitted immediately.  The Due Date for Fall 18 TA requests is May 15. Any requests after that date cannot be guaranteed.

 

If you plan to hire an LTL in the summer or fall, please contact Janet and Gina ASAP. The deadlines are the same as above (ASAP for Summer, May 15 for Fall). 

 

Remember that the final examination period each semester is intended for end of semester exams. No exam or quiz may be given during the week preceding the final exam period of each semester. Students scheduled for more than two exams in one day are entitled to reschedule an exam in excess of two. Similarly, students faced with a direct exam conflict are entitled to reschedule either exam. It is the responsibility of the student to make the necessary arrangements with the instructor. Course instructors shall not penalize a student who chooses to reschedule an exam under these options (University Senate Document 90-22, March 25, 1991).  

 

There will be a new procedure for applying for Summer Pay this year. You are encouraged to attend a workshop (staff and faculty) as described in this link: https://www.purdue.edu/treasurer/transform/Transform%20Newsletter/2018-03-23/main.html. More info forthcoming soon. 

 

The EDCI Spring 2018 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.   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.

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

Dean's celebration, Friday May 4, 3:30-5:30 PM, Purdue Memorial Union East/West Faculty Lounges 

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES 

Happy Birthday to: 

Susan Britsch, May 1 

Wayne Wright, May 1

Judy Lysaker, May 4

 

Kudos to:

Stephanie Zywicki, who is the recipient of the 2018-19 Susan Bulkeley Butler Research Fellowship in the amount of $2700.00 for her project, "Creating Place: The Experiences of Native American Women in Higher Education." Congrats, Stephanie! 

 

Stephanie Zywicki, who received the American Studies Graduate Student Organization Outstanding Faculty Award for 2017-18. Congrats, Stephanie! 

 

Anatoli Rapoport, who published a special issue of Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education (vol. 48 n. 3, 2018) where he served as guest editor. It is available online https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ccom20/48/3 Anatoli's article (with S. Kovalchuk) is also published there. Congratulations, Anatoli! 

 

Anatoli Rapoport, who published an article: Kovalchuk, S. & Rapoport, A. (2018). Democratic citizenship education in non-Western contexts: Implications for theory and research. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 48(3), 339-348. Congratulations, Anatoli! 

 

Carol Werhan, Family and Consumer Sciences Education Program Convener, who was presented the Indiana Association of Family and Consumer Sciences 2018 Leader Award at their annual conference held April 23th.  The Leader award is in recognition of significant contribution to the profession of the Association through holding office at the state and national level and providing leadership and inspiration for programs that advance the profession and the Association. 

 

 

 

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.

 

 

SPRING 2018 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2018 spring session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2017 spring session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
01/05/2018Last 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 May.
02/14/2018Last day to declare candidacy for degree for spring graduation. Compete a Form 23 and 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 3 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
03/02/2018Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination (Form 9), electronic ThesisAcceptance form, and Certificate of Completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory electronic Thesis Deposit Appointment. If these forms are not received in the Graduate School, the registration will berevised to research credits (does not apply to non-thesis master's) and the student will be held to the later deadline date of 4/20/2018.
04/20/2018Absolute 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 May.
04/20/2018FACULTY: 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 depositappointment.

04/27/2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

04/28/2018

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit electronic Thesis Acceptance form, Certificate of Completion of Exit Questionnaire (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and theSurvey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory Thesis Deposit appointment by this date. All appointments are held electronically. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Office information on the Graduate School website athttp://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)

 

 

05/05/2018

(last day ofsession)

Doctoral students must have passed preliminary examinations by this date to be eligible for Spring 2019 graduation (assuming student registers Summer 2018 and Fall 2018).


 


Apr 23
Monday Memo April 23-29, 2018

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 April 23-29, 2018
  

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Graduate students who currently have TA/RA positions or fellowships,  who will have an appointment in the fall, and plan to take summer courses, please let Gina know as soon as possible so that she can send your fee remission information to the Bursar's Office. 

 

Please see the linked flyer about Boilermakers Service Event 2018, hosted by the Purdue Association of Learning Design and Technology (PALDT). The group will be making Boilermaker bookmarks to donate to LUM summer learning programs from 11-1 on April 30 in BRNG 3292. They will also be taking donations for LUM summer program from April 16-April 30. Needed items are included on this flyer: https://create.piktochart.com/output/29121375-paldt-service-2018

 

CIGSA will be celebrating graduating students with cake and snacks on Thursday, May 3rd, from 1:00-3:00 in BRNG 4180.

 

CIGSA will be hosting an end-of-semester social event at The Town and Gown Bistro, April 27th, starting at 6:00pm.

 

As a part of Professor Phillion and Newton's Anti Oppressive Education course, Alankrita Chhikara and Anne Gray will be promoting the Lions of Justice Festival on April 24th from 11 am- 2 pm in the Beering Lobby. We will be sharing information regarding the 50,000 Lions of Justice Festival (www.lionsofjustice.org) which will be held in 9 US cities, including Chicago, on September 23 to advocate for peace, justice and anti-violence. Stop by to learn more and spread the information to your friends and peers. 

 

Assistantship applications for the 2018-19 are ready for review. See Gina to review the files. When you have made hiring decisions for your course or project for summer and/or fall, please complete the GA Appointment List and return it to Gina at hainesg@purdue.edu.  Remember that the department has a limited number of appointments available, so get your requests in early. Even if you have already spoken to Janet or Gina about a TA, please let us know "officially" so that paperwork can be completed, and Janet can keep track of numbers. Summer requests should be submitted immediately.  The Due Date for Fall 18 TA requests is May 15. Any requests after that date cannot be guaranteed.

 

If you plan to hire an LTL in the summer or fall, please contact Janet and Gina ASAP. The deadlines are the same as above (ASAP for Summer, May 15 for Fall). 

 

Remember that the final examination period each semester is intended for end of semester exams. No exam or quiz may be given during the week preceding the final exam period of each semester. Students scheduled for more than two exams in one day are entitled to reschedule an exam in excess of two. Similarly, students faced with a direct exam conflict are entitled to reschedule either exam. It is the responsibility of the student to make the necessary arrangements with the instructor. Course instructors shall not penalize a student who chooses to reschedule an exam under these options (University Senate Document 90-22, March 25, 1991).  

 

If you wish to schedule an evening exam for your course for Fall 18, please contact Gina ASAP. Evening exam request forms are due April 27. 

 

There will be a new procedure for applying for Summer Pay this year. You are encouraged to attend a workshop (staff and faculty) as described in this link: https://www.purdue.edu/treasurer/transform/Transform%20Newsletter/2018-03-23/main.html. More info forthcoming soon. 

 

The call for proposals for the 2018-2019 Synergy Grant program are now available through the Faculty Support Programs page(https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edu/facultydev/SitePages/Faculty%20Support%20Programs.aspx). Scroll down to find the Synergy Grant Program description along with the call for proposals, evaluation rubric, and previous projects.  

The purpose of the Synergy Grant Engagement Program within the Office of Learning, Engagement, and Global Initiatives in the College of Education is to support collaborative research and development projects conducted by Purdue faculty in partnership with P-12 personnel that strengthen teacher education, improve the learning and development of P-12 students and build partnerships with P-12 schools. Please submit proposals to Emily Strudeman (estrudem@purdue.edu) by 5:00 p.m. April 27, 2018.

  

The EDCI Spring 2018 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.   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.

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

PCC Meeting, Tuesday, April 24, 2PM in BRNG 3123

Elementary Ed program meeting, Wednesday, April 25, 2:30PM in BRNG 3226A

COE Meeting, Friday, April 27th, 9AM in LWSN 1142

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES 

Happy Birthday to: 

Melanie Kuhn, April 28

 

Kudos to:

Minjung Ryu, Assistant Professor of Science Education, who has been awarded a four year grant totaling $847,245 from the National Science Foundation for her project titled:  Professional development for K-12 science teachers in linguistically diverse classrooms. Congratulations, Minjung! 

 

Stephanie Zywicki, who will serve as the 2018-2019 Chair for the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas SIG through the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Congratulations, Stephanie! 

 

Stephanie Zywicki, who has recently had an article published in The Qualitative Report titled "What the Grandfathers Taught Me: Lessons for an Indian Country Researcher." The article is located here: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/tqr/vol23/iss4/9/. Congratulations, Stephanie! 

 

 

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.

 

 

SPRING 2018 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2018 spring session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2017 spring session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
01/05/2018Last 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 May.
02/14/2018Last day to declare candidacy for degree for spring graduation. Compete a Form 23 and 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 3 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
03/02/2018Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit theappropriate electronic Report of Final Examination (Form 9), electronic ThesisAcceptance form, and Certificate of Completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory electronic Thesis Deposit Appointment. 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 4/20/2018.
04/20/2018Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the finalexamination (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 May.
04/20/2018FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit forms, signed by faculty, are due to theGraduate 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.

04/27/2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

04/28/2018

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit electronic Thesis Acceptanceform, 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 by this date. All appointments are held electronically. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Officeinformation on the Graduate School website athttp://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)

 

 

05/05/2018

(last day ofsession)

Doctoral students must have passed preliminary examinations by this date to beeligible for Spring 2019 graduation (assuming student registers Summer 2018 and Fall 2018).


 


Apr 17
Monday Memo April 16-22, 2018

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

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of April 16-22, 2018
  

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Graduate students who currently have TA/RA positions or fellowships,  who will have an appointment in the fall, and plan to take summer courses, please let Gina know as soon as possible so that she can send your fee remission information to the Bursar's Office. 

 

Please see the linked flyer about Boilermakers Service Event 2018, hosted by the Purdue Association of Learning Design and Technology (PALDT). The group will be making Boilermaker bookmarks to donate to LUM summer learning programs from 11-1 on April 30 in BRNG 3292. They will also be taking donations for LUM summer program from April 16-April 30. Needed items are included on this flyer: https://create.piktochart.com/output/29121375-paldt-service-2018

 

CIGSA will be celebrating graduating students with cake and snacks on Thursday, May 3rd, from 1:00-3:00 in BRNG 4180.

 

CIGSA will be hosting an end-of-semester social event at The Town and Gown Bistro, April 27th, starting at 6:00pm.

 

Assistantship applications for the 2018-19 are ready for review. See Gina to review the files. When you have made hiring decisions for your course or project for summer and/or fall, please complete the GA Appointment List and return it to Gina at hainesg@purdue.edu.  Remember that the department has a limited number of appointments available, so get your requests in early. Even if you have already spoken to Janet or Gina about a TA, please let us know "officially" so that paperwork can be completed, and Janet can keep track of numbers. Summer requests should be submitted immediately.  The Due Date for Fall 18 TA requests is May 15. Any requests after that date cannot be guaranteed.

 

If you plan to hire an LTL in the summer or fall, please contact Janet and Gina ASAP. The deadlines are the same as above (ASAP for Summer, May 15 for Fall). 

 

Remember that the final examination period each semester is intended for end of semester exams. No exam or quiz may be given during the week preceding the final exam period of each semester. Students scheduled for more than two exams in one day are entitled to reschedule an exam in excess of two. Similarly, students faced with a direct exam conflict are entitled to reschedule either exam. It is the responsibility of the student to make the necessary arrangements with the instructor. Course instructors shall not penalize a student who chooses to reschedule an exam under these options (University Senate Document 90-22, March 25, 1991).  

 

If you wish to schedule an evening exam for your course for Fall 18, please contact Gina ASAP. Evening exam request forms are due April 27. 

 

There will be a new procedure for applying for Summer Pay this year. You are encouraged to attend a workshop (staff and faculty) as described in this link: https://www.purdue.edu/treasurer/transform/Transform%20Newsletter/2018-03-23/main.html. More info forthcoming soon. 

 

Consider applying for the 18-19 Scholarship of Engagement Fellows Program. Applications are due April 19. For more information, please visit: http://www.purdue.edu/engagement/about/scholarship-engagement-fellow.html

 

The call for proposals for the 2018-2019 Synergy Grant program are now available through the Faculty Support Programs page(https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edu/facultydev/SitePages/Faculty%20Support%20Programs.aspx). Scroll down to find the Synergy Grant Program description along with the call for proposals, evaluation rubric, and previous projects.  

The purpose of the Synergy Grant Engagement Program within the Office of Learning, Engagement, and Global Initiatives in the College of Education is to support collaborative research and development projects conducted by Purdue faculty in partnership with P-12 personnel that strengthen teacher education, improve the learning and development of P-12 students and build partnerships with P-12 schools. Please submit proposals to Emily Strudeman (estrudem@purdue.edu) by 5:00 p.m. April 27, 2018.

  

The EDCI Spring 2018 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.   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.

 

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

Friday, April 20, C&I faculty meeting, 1:30 PM in BRNG 3276

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES 

Happy Birthday to: 

Victoria Walker, April 22

 

Kudos to:

The new slate of CIGSA officers for 18-19. Thanks for your service! 

President: Mahtob Aqazade

Vice President: Alankrita Chhikara

Senator: Gary Johns

Treasurer: Lane Bloome 

Webmaster: Shamila Janakiraman

 

Shalin Krieger, who has been awarded a service learning grant for her work on anti-oppressive education. Congrats, Shalin! 

 

Christy Wessel Powell and Tiffany Karalis who have published an article titled, "Coaching in Practice-Based Literacy Education Courses" in The Reading Teacher (attached, and also found here). This article describes a preservice teacher coaching technique called behind-the-glass teaching that they borrowed from Reading Recovery to use in literacy methods courses at Purdue.

 

 

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.

 

 

SPRING 2018 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2018 spring session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2017 spring session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
01/05/2018Last 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 May.
02/14/2018Last day to declare candidacy for degree for spring graduation. Compete a Form 23 and 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 3 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
03/02/2018Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit theappropriate electronic Report of Final Examination (Form 9), electronic ThesisAcceptance form, and Certificate of Completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory electronic Thesis Deposit Appointment. 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 4/20/2018.
04/20/2018Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the finalexamination (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 May.
04/20/2018FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit forms, signed by faculty, are due to theGraduate 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.

04/27/2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

04/28/2018

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit electronic Thesis Acceptanceform, 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 by this date. All appointments are held electronically. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Officeinformation on the Graduate School website athttp://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)

 

 

05/05/2018

(last day ofsession)

Doctoral students must have passed preliminary examinations by this date to beeligible for Spring 2019 graduation (assuming student registers Summer 2018 and Fall 2018).


 


Apr 09
Monday Memo, April 9-15, 2018

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

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of April 9-15, 2018
  

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Assistantship applications for the 2018-19 are ready for review. See Gina to review the files. When you have made hiring decisions for your course or project for summer and/or fall, please complete the GA Appointment List and return it to Gina at hainesg@purdue.edu.  Remember that the department has a limited number of appointments available, so get your requests in early. Even if you have already spoken to Janet or Gina about a TA, please let us know "officially" so that paperwork can be completed, and Janet can keep track of numbers. Summer requests should be submitted immediately.  The Due Date for Fall 18 TA requests is May 15. Any requests after that date cannot be guaranteed.

 

If you plan to hire an LTL in the summer or fall, please contact Janet and Gina ASAP. The deadlines are the same as above (ASAP for Summer, May 15 for Fall). 

 

Remember that the final examination period each semester is intended for end of semester exams. No exam or quiz may be given during the week preceding the final exam period of each semester. Students scheduled for more than two exams in one day are entitled to reschedule an exam in excess of two. Similarly, students faced with a direct exam conflict are entitled to reschedule either exam. It is the responsibility of the student to make the necessary arrangements with the instructor. Course instructors shall not penalize a student who chooses to reschedule an exam under these options (University Senate Document 90-22, March 25, 1991).  

 

If you wish to schedule an evening exam for your course for Fall 18, please contact Gina ASAP. Evening exam request forms are due April 27. 

 

There will be a new procedure for applying for Summer Pay this year. You are encouraged to attend a workshop (staff and faculty) as described in this link: https://www.purdue.edu/treasurer/transform/Transform%20Newsletter/2018-03-23/main.html. More info forthcoming soon. 

 

Consider applying for the 18-19 Scholarship of Engagement Fellows Program. Applications are due April 19. For more information, please visit: http://www.purdue.edu/engagement/about/scholarship-engagement-fellow.html

 

The call for proposals for the 2018-2019 Synergy Grant program are now available through the Faculty Support Programs page(https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edu/facultydev/SitePages/Faculty%20Support%20Programs.aspx). Scroll down to find the Synergy Grant Program description along with the call for proposals, evaluation rubric, and previous projects.  

The purpose of the Synergy Grant Engagement Program within the Office of Learning, Engagement, and Global Initiatives in the College of Education is to support collaborative research and development projects conducted by Purdue faculty in partnership with P-12 personnel that strengthen teacher education, improve the learning and development of P-12 students and build partnerships with P-12 schools. Please submit proposals to Emily Strudeman (estrudem@purdue.edu) by 5:00 p.m. April 27, 2018.

  

The EDCI Spring 2018 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.   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.

 

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

 

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES 

Happy Birthday to: 

Signe Kastberg, April 12 

 

Kudos to:

Sunnie Watson who was promoted to Associate Professor, Victoria Lowell who was promoted to Associate Clinical Professor and Kathy Obenchain who was promoted to Full Professor this year! The Purdue Board of Trustees approved the promotions last week. Congratulations to Sunnie, Victoria, and Kathy! 

 

Bill Watson and Holly Fiock for winning the 2018 Excellence in Digital Education: Innovative Course Design and Use of Technology Award for their online course, Learning Design and Technology Seminar. Congratulations, Holly and Bill! 

 

 

 

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.

 

 

SPRING 2018 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2018 spring session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2017 spring session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
01/05/2018Last 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 May.
02/14/2018Last day to declare candidacy for degree for spring graduation. Compete a Form 23 and 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 3 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
03/02/2018Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit theappropriate electronic Report of Final Examination (Form 9), electronic ThesisAcceptance form, and Certificate of Completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory electronic Thesis Deposit Appointment. 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 4/20/2018.
04/20/2018Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the finalexamination (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 May.
04/20/2018FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit forms, signed by faculty, are due to theGraduate 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.

04/27/2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

04/28/2018

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit electronic Thesis Acceptanceform, 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 by this date. All appointments are held electronically. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Officeinformation on the Graduate School website athttp://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)

 

 

05/05/2018

(last day ofsession)

Doctoral students must have passed preliminary examinations by this date to beeligible for Spring 2019 graduation (assuming student registers Summer 2018 and Fall 2018).


 


Apr 02
Monday Memo, April 2-8, 2018

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

 

MONDAY MEMO for the Week of April 2-8, 2018
  

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Please join us for short presentations and Q & A with our candidates for the Teacher Education Recruiter position:

·       Monday, April 2nd, 9:00 AM, Beering 1284              Ms. Aquinas Lewis

  • Tuesday, April 3rd, 1:00 PM, Beering 3226A            Mr. Wesley Campbell

Hope to see you there!

 

It is time to think about hiring TAs for the Fall of 18. Please send Janet and Gina a note about your TA needs in the fall (student's name, email address, percentage of requested appointment, what the student will be doing, and if they've been employed at Purdue before). Remember that the department has a limited number of appointments available, so get your requests in early. Even if you have already spoken to Janet or Gina about a TA, please let us know "officially" so Gina can do the paperwork, and Janet can keep track of numbers. The Due Date for Fall 18 TA requests is May 15. Any requests after that date cannot be guaranteed. 

 

There will be a new procedure for applying for Summer Pay this year. You are encouraged to attend a workshop (staff and faculty) as described in this link: https://www.purdue.edu/treasurer/transform/Transform%20Newsletter/2018-03-23/main.html. More info forthcoming soon. 

 

Consider applying for the 18-19 Scholarship of Engagement Fellows Program. Applications are due April 19. For more information, please visit: http://www.purdue.edu/engagement/about/scholarship-engagement-fellow.html

 

 

The call for proposals for the 2018-2019 Synergy Grant program are now available through the Faculty Support Programs page(https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edu/facultydev/SitePages/Faculty%20Support%20Programs.aspx). Scroll down to find the Synergy Grant Program description along with the call for proposals, evaluation rubric, and previous projects.  

The purpose of the Synergy Grant Engagement Program within the Office of Learning, Engagement, and Global Initiatives in the College of Education is to support collaborative research and development projects conducted by Purdue faculty in partnership with P-12 personnel that strengthen teacher education, improve the learning and development of P-12 students and build partnerships with P-12 schools. Please submit proposals to Emily Strudeman (estrudem@purdue.edu) by 5:00 p.m. April 27, 2018.

  

The EDCI Spring 2018 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.   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.

 

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 is scheduled for April 4, and this will be the last one for the academic year. Hope to see you then!   

 

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

 

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES 

Happy Birthday to: 

Alberto Rodriguez, April 8

 

Kudos to:

Our new COE Holmes Scholars, Adegoke Adetunji and Taewon Kim! 

 

To Victoria Lowell who has received a grant from Wiley Education to support her work in innovative online course development. Congratulations, Victoria! 

 

To Victoria Lowell, who has been elected Communications Officer for the AERA Instructional Technology SIG. Congratulations, Victoria!

 

To the winners of AGSERS 2018! 

The committee congratulates the winners of the best and honorable research posters:

Conceptual Research Awardees: 

1st Place: Temitope F. Adeoye 

Honorable Mentioned: Araba Osei-Tutu 

In-Progress Research Awardees: 

1st Place: TJ Rosa  

Honorable Mentioned: Darryl Reano 

Completed Research Awardees: 

1st Place: Mavreen Tuvilla and Casey Wright 

Honorable Mentioned: Yaheng Lu and Qian Li 

 

 

 

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.

 

 

SPRING 2018 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2018 spring session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2017 spring session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
01/05/2018Last 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 May.
02/14/2018Last day to declare candidacy for degree for spring graduation. Compete a Form 23 and 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 3 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
03/02/2018Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit theappropriate electronic Report of Final Examination (Form 9), electronic ThesisAcceptance form, and Certificate of Completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory electronic Thesis Deposit Appointment. 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 4/20/2018.
04/20/2018Absolute deadline for students (including Master's non-thesis) to pass the finalexamination (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 May.
04/20/2018FACULTY: Electronic candidate audit forms, signed by faculty, are due to theGraduate 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.

04/27/2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

04/28/2018

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit electronic Thesis Acceptanceform, 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 by this date. All appointments are held electronically. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. For required forms for the thesis deposit and appointments, see the Thesis/Dissertation Officeinformation on the Graduate School website athttp://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)

 

 

05/05/2018

(last day ofsession)

Doctoral students must have passed preliminary examinations by this date to beeligible for Spring 2019 graduation (assuming student registers Summer 2018 and Fall 2018).


 


Mar 26
Monday Memo, March 26-April 1, 2018

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 March 26-April 1, 2018
 

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Purdue College of Education Graduate Program has moved up in the US News and World Report rankings this year, from #46 to #43. We are in the top 16% of ranked education graduate programs. Congratulations to us all!

 

Esmerelda Cruz will speak Wednesday about "Immigration System and Immigrants in the US: The Challenges Undocumented Immigrants Face." All are invited to attend. She will speak Wednesday, March 28th in KRAN G016 at 5:30PM. The talk is a part of Professor Phillion and Newton's Anti Oppressive Education course.

 

It is time to think about hiring TAs for the Fall of 18. Please send Janet and Gina a note about your TA needs in the fall (student's name, email address, percentage of requested appointment, what the student will be doing, and if they've been employed at Purdue before). Remember that the department has a limited number of appointments available, so get your requests in early. Even if you have already spoken to Janet or Gina about a TA, please let us know "officially" so Gina can do the paperwork, and Janet can keep track of numbers. The Due Date for Fall 18 TA requests is May 15. Any requests after that date cannot be guaranteed.

 

There will be a new procedure for applying for Summer Pay this year. You are encouraged to attend a workshop (staff and faculty) as described in this link: https://www.purdue.edu/treasurer/transform/Transform%20Newsletter/2018-03-23/main.html. More info forthcoming soon.

 

The President's Office and the Teaching Academy are bringing in Dr. Clayton Christensen, the Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at Harvard and author of The Innovative University: Changing the DNA of Higher Education From the Inside Out. Dr. Christensen will give a talk on March 29th at 4:30 PM in WALC 1087 about disruption change and innovation in education. Room size is limited, so please register at cie.purdue.edu.

 

Please review the fall schedule at the link below.  Please let Gina know if you see any errors. We cannot fix the errors if we don't know about them. All rooms have been assigned but some of them don't show on this particular report.  If you want to know your rooms, let Gina know.  Thanks!

https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/docs/Fall_2018_Schedule.xlsx

 

The call for proposals for the 2018-2019 Synergy Grant program are now available through the Faculty Support Programs page (https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edu/facultydev/SitePages/Faculty%20Support%20Programs.aspx). Scroll down to find the Synergy Grant Program description along with the call for proposals, evaluation rubric, and previous projects.  

The purpose of the Synergy Grant Engagement Program within the Office of Learning, Engagement, and Global Initiatives in the College of Education is to support collaborative research and development projects conducted by Purdue faculty in partnership with P-12 personnel that strengthen teacher education, improve the learning and development of P-12 students and build partnerships with P-12 schools. Please submit proposals to Emily Strudeman (estrudem@purdue.edu) by 5:00 p.m. April 27, 2018.

 

Please consider nominating a graduate student for a University Mentoring Award. The Graduate School wants to acknowledge the essential role graduate students play in our mission here at Purdue. To nominate, write a nomination letter that gives an example of how this student has impacted you or others as a mentor. Mentoring can be related to research, career and professional advice, personal guidance, tutoring, etc. Please include the department along with the program. Submissions should be 250-500 words. Collaborative letters are welcome. Nominations may be submitted by graduate students, undergraduates, staff, and faculty at https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_42eqLZio2zSitKt.  Nominations are due March 28th.

 

The EDCI Spring 2018 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.   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.

 

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 is scheduled for April 4, and this will be the last one for the academic year. Hope to see you then!   

 

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

 

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES

Happy Birthday to:

 

Kudos to:

Holly Fiock, who has published an article called "7 Keys for Successfully Updating Online Courses," in eLearning Industry. You can find it here: https://elearningindustry.com/updating-online-courses-successfully-keys. Congrats, Holly!

 

Congratulations to Tim Newby, Jennifer Richardson, and Evan Fox, who were featured on Slovakian TV over spring break about the teaching of Educational Technology in Secondary Schools. They visited to do workshops for teachers and to continue development of a new study abroad program: https://youtu.be/8lXBn-ghd2Q . Thanks for your work!

 

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.

 

 

SPRING 2018 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2018 spring session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2017 spring session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
01/05/2018Last 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 May.
02/14/2018Last day to declare candidacy for degree for spring graduation. Compete a Form 23 and 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 3 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
03/02/2018Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination (Form 9), electronic Thesis Acceptance form, and Certificate of Completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory electronic Thesis Deposit Appointment. 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 4/20/2018.
04/20/2018Absolute 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 May.
04/20/2018FACULTY: 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.

04/27/2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

04/28/2018

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit electronic Thesis Acceptance form, 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 by this date. All appointments are held electronically. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. 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)

 

 

05/05/2018

(last day of session)

Doctoral students must have passed preliminary examinations by this date to be eligible for Spring 2019 graduation (assuming student registers Summer 2018 and Fall 2018).


 


Mar 19
Monday Memo, March 19-25, 2018

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 March 19-25, 2018
 

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

It is time to think about hiring TAs for the Fall of 18. Please send Janet and Gina a note about your TA needs in the fall (student's name, email address, percentage of requested appointment, what the student will be doing, and if they've been employed at Purdue before). Remember that the department has a limited number of appointments available, so get your requests in early. Even if you have already spoken to Janet or Gina about a TA, please let us know "officially" so Gina can do the paperwork, and Janet can keep track of numbers. The Due Date for Fall 18 TA requests is May 15. Any requests after that date cannot be guaranteed.

 

This week, two candidates will be interviewing for our open Director of Advising position in the COE. Each candidate will provide a 20 minute overview of his/her vision of advising and recruiting followed by a brief Q&A session. We will be seeking  your feedback afterward:

  • Tuesday, March 20, Shartrisse Judson, 10:30AM BRNG 3226A
  • Thursday, March 22, Sherrelyn Meyer, 2:00PM BRNG 3226A

 

Please plan to join us for a research talk with Dr. AnnaMarie Conner from the University of Georgia on Wednesday, March 21 at 4:45 PM in ARMS 3115 and a panel discussion of interdisciplinary scholars on Thursday, March 22 at 1PM in ARMS 3115. Dr. Conner's talk is titled "From Proof to Teaching: An Evolution of Beliefs," and the discussion is titled, "Argumentation Within and Beyond K-12 Classrooms." Thanks to the Math Education faculty for bringing in Dr. Conner!

 

The President's Office and the Teaching Academy are bringing in Dr. Clayton Christensen, the Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at Harvard and author of The Innovative University: Changing the DNA of Higher Education From the Inside Out. Dr. Christensen will give a talk on March 29th at 4:30 PM in WALC 1087 about disruption change and innovation in education. Room size is limited, so please register at cie.purdue.edu.

 

Please review the fall schedule at the link below.  Please let Gina know if you see any errors. We cannot fix the errors if we don't know about them. All rooms have been assigned but some of them don't show on this particular report.  If you want to know your rooms, let Gina know.  Thanks!

https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/docs/Fall_2018_Schedule.xlsx

 

The call for proposals for the 2018-2019 Synergy Grant program are now available through the Faculty Support Programs page (https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edu/facultydev/SitePages/Faculty%20Support%20Programs.aspx). Scroll down to find the Synergy Grant Program description along with the call for proposals, evaluation rubric, and previous projects.  

The purpose of the Synergy Grant Engagement Program within the Office of Learning, Engagement, and Global Initiatives in the College of Education is to support collaborative research and development projects conducted by Purdue faculty in partnership with P-12 personnel that strengthen teacher education, improve the learning and development of P-12 students and build partnerships with P-12 schools. Please submit proposals to Emily Strudeman (estrudem@purdue.edu) by 5:00 p.m. April 27, 2018.

 

Please consider nominating a graduate student for a University Mentoring Award. The Graduate School wants to acknowledge the essential role graduate students play in our mission here at Purdue. To nominate, write a nomination letter that gives an example of how this student has impacted you or others as a mentor. Mentoring can be related to research, career and professional advice, personal guidance, tutoring, etc. Please include the department along with the program. Submissions should be 250-500 words. Collaborative letters are welcome. Nominations may be submitted by graduate students, undergraduates, staff, and faculty at https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_42eqLZio2zSitKt.  Nominations are due March 28th.

 

The EDCI Spring 2018 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.   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.

 

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 is scheduled for April 4, and this will be the last one for the academic year. Hope to see you then!   

 

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

PCC Meeting, Wednesday, March 21, 10:30AM in BRNG 3123

Elementary Education program meeting, Friday 10AM in BRNG 3226A

Director of Advising Candidate Talks (see above)

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES

Happy Birthday to:

Bob Sabol, March 23

Laura Bofferding, March 24

Marisa Exter, March 24

 

Kudos to:

 

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.

 

 

SPRING 2018 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2018 spring session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2017 spring session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
01/05/2018Last 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 May.
02/14/2018Last day to declare candidacy for degree for spring graduation. Compete a Form 23 and 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 3 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
03/02/2018Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination (Form 9), electronic Thesis Acceptance form, and Certificate of Completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory electronic Thesis Deposit Appointment. 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 4/20/2018.
04/20/2018Absolute 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 May.
04/20/2018FACULTY: 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.

04/27/2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

04/28/2018

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit electronic Thesis Acceptance form, 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 by this date. All appointments are held electronically. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. 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)

 

 

05/05/2018

(last day of session)

Doctoral students must have passed preliminary examinations by this date to be eligible for Spring 2019 graduation (assuming student registers Summer 2018 and Fall 2018).


 


Mar 12
Monday Memo, March 12-18, 2018

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 March 12-18, 2018
 

HEAD'S COMMENTS

 

Happy Spring Break! I hope you are enjoying the week.

 

Our college has received a 10% off coupon for Veridesk, a brand of standing desk for the next 60 days. Here is a link to their website. You are welcome to use the coupon if you'd like to purchase a desk using your incentive or annual account. Please contact Carrie in the Business Office about how to get the discount.

 

Please plan to join us for a research talk with Dr. AnnaMarie Conner from the University of Georgia on Wednesday, March 21 at 4:45 PM in ARMS 3115 and a panel discussion of interdisciplinary scholars on Tuesday, March 22 at 1PM in ARMS 3115. Dr. Conner's talk is titled "From Proof to Teaching: An Evolution of Beliefs," and the discussion is titled, "Argumentation Within and Beyond K-12 Classrooms." Thanks to the Math Education faculty for bringing in Dr. Conner!

 

The President's Office and the Teaching Academy are bringing in Dr. Clayton Christensen, the Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration at Harvard and author of The Innovative University: Changing the DNA of Higher Education From the Inside Out. Dr. Christensen will give a talk on March 29th at 4:30 PM in WALC 1087 about disruption change and innovation in education. Room size is limited, so please register at cie.purdue.edu.

 

Please review the fall schedule at the link below.  Please let Gina know if you see any errors. We cannot fix the errors if we don't know about them. All rooms have been assigned but some of them don't show on this particular report.  If you want to know your rooms, let Gina know.  Thanks!

https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edci/docs/Fall_2018_Schedule.xlsx

 

The call for proposals for the 2018-2019 Synergy Grant program are now available through the Faculty Support Programs page (https://collaborate.education.purdue.edu/edu/facultydev/SitePages/Faculty%20Support%20Programs.aspx). Scroll down to find the Synergy Grant Program description along with the call for proposals, evaluation rubric, and previous projects.  

The purpose of the Synergy Grant Engagement Program within the Office of Learning, Engagement, and Global Initiatives in the College of Education is to support collaborative research and development projects conducted by Purdue faculty in partnership with P-12 personnel that strengthen teacher education, improve the learning and development of P-12 students and build partnerships with P-12 schools. Please submit proposals to Emily Strudeman (estrudem@purdue.edu) by 5:00 p.m. April 27, 2018.

 

Please consider nominating a graduate student for a University Mentoring Award. The Graduate School wants to acknowledge the essential role graduate students play in our mission here at Purdue. To nominate, write a nomination letter that gives an example of how this student has impacted you or others as a mentor. Mentoring can be related to research, career and professional advice, personal guidance, tutoring, etc. Please include the department along with the program. Submissions should be 250-500 words. Collaborative letters are welcome. Nominations may be submitted by graduate students, undergraduates, staff, and faculty at https://purdue.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_42eqLZio2zSitKt.  Nominations are due March 28th.

 

The EDCI Spring 2018 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.   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.

 

Graduate students, are you tired of working alone in your office? Come join CIGSA at the weekly Work Tables in Beering 4180, on Mondays from 3:00-5:00 pm and on Thursdays from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Snacks provided! 

 

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 is scheduled for April 4, and this will be the last one for the academic year. Hope to see you then!   

 

 

SCHEDULE OF WEEKLY EVENTS

Spring Break!!

 

FACULTY AND STAFF NOTES

Happy Birthday to:

Selcen Guzey, March 12, 2018

 

Kudos to:

 

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.

 

 

SPRING 2018 GRADUATION DEADLINES

 

Reminder:Doctoral Candidates - To be eligible to schedule the doctoral final examination for the 2018 spring session, the preliminary examination must have been completed before or during the 2017 spring session. At least two academic sessions in which the student is registered for 69900s must elapse between the preliminary and final doctoral examinations.
01/05/2018Last 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 May.
02/14/2018Last day to declare candidacy for degree for spring graduation. Compete a Form 23 and 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 3 weeks before the exam date.  (See myPurdue, Academics Tab, Form 8.)
03/02/2018Last day for thesis option candidates registered "exam/degree only" to submit the appropriate electronic Report of Final Examination (Form 9), electronic Thesis Acceptance form, and Certificate of Completion of Exit Questionnaires (Thesis Master's and Doctoral), and Survey of Earned Doctorates (Doctoral only) at a mandatory electronic Thesis Deposit Appointment. 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 4/20/2018.
04/20/2018Absolute 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 May.
04/20/2018FACULTY: 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.

04/27/2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

04/28/2018

Master's thesis and Ph.D. candidates must submit electronic Thesis Acceptance form, 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 by this date. All appointments are held electronically. The dissertation must be submitted via Electronic Thesis Deposit at least 24 hours (48 hours recommended) prior to the scheduled appointment. 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)

 

 

05/05/2018

(last day of session)

Doctoral students must have passed preliminary examinations by this date to be eligible for Spring 2019 graduation (assuming student registers Summer 2018 and Fall 2018).


 


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