The purpose of the 2017 Michigan Post Higher Education Study was to assist the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) in learning more about where Michigan’s recent college graduates go after graduation and what factors influence their decisions concerning where to live and start their careers.
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On behalf of the Associate Dean of the College of Education, a series of exit surveys of yearly graduates across all majors and degree levels on the quality of their program.
A nation-wide web-based survey of school district personnel (principals, curriculum directors, and math department heads) focusing on the expectation that students will complete Algebra I by the end of 8th or 9th grade.This research was conducted on behalf of Professors Beth Herbel-Eisenmann and Michael Steele, College of Education, MSU and Professor Janine Remillard, University of Pennsylvania and funded by the National Science Foundation.
The purpose of these surveys was to assess undergraduate and graduate student’s interest in the creation of a Water Science Degree Program at MSU as well as to gain insight from faculty as to what should be included in the program and to gauge faculty interest in participating in the formation and instruction of the degree.The web-based surveys were conducted on behalf of Professor Joan Rose, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife.