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Micro-Grants for the Macro Good: New Resources for Students who have the Drive, but Need the Fuel to Succeed.

The car breaks down. Textbooks are expensive. Rent goes up. For most of us, any of these are inconvenient. For some students, it’s why they put their studies on hold.

Meiru Liu, Business Administration faculty, gave an invited webinar presentation, “Chinese Classroom Teaching Activities and Assessment,” to College Board-sponsored Chinese language teachers from China who are currently teaching in the United States. The

Meiru Liu, Business Administration faculty, gave an invited webinar presentation, “Chinese Classroom Teaching Activities and Assessment,” to College Board-sponsored Chinese language teachers from China who are currently teaching in the United States. The webinar was organized and sponsored by the College Board on April 25.

Meiru Liu, Business Administration faculty, gave an invited presentation, “Strategies for Quality Chinese Language Instruction and Classroom Teaching & Management - What to Teach? How to Teach?” at the 2017 Workshop for Teachers of Chinese at Michigan Sta

Meiru Liu, Business Administration faculty, gave an invited presentation, “Strategies for Quality Chinese Language Instruction and Classroom Teaching & Management - What to Teach? How to Teach?” at the 2017 Workshop for Teachers of Chinese at Michigan State University on April 22.

Berrin Erdogan, Business Administration faculty, gave an invited talk, “Overqualification in the Workplace: Implications for Well-Being, Interpersonal Relations, and Newcomer Adjustment” at the University of Illinois at Chicago, April 14.

Berrin Erdogan, Business Administration faculty, gave an invited talk, “Overqualification in the Workplace: Implications for Well-Being, Interpersonal Relations, and Newcomer Adjustment” at the University of Illinois at Chicago, April 14.

Talya Bauer, Business Administration faculty, co-authored an article, "Taking Stock of Two Relational Aspects of Organizational Life: Tracing the History and Shaping the Future of Socialization and Mentoring Research," published in the centennial issue of

Talya Bauer, Business Administration faculty, co-authored an article, "Taking Stock of Two Relational Aspects of Organizational Life: Tracing the History and Shaping the Future of Socialization and Mentoring Research," published in the centennial issue of Journal of Applied Psychology.