Bailey Scholars Program Leadership in Integrated Learning

The Bailey Scholars Program is a unique opportunity to learn through community. It is a program of possibility and potential, where we aid you in your pursuit of your learning interests. We focus on scholarship, excellence, and community. Here in the Bailey Scholars Program, you explain to us where your interests lie, and we provide opportunities to help you explore them in class, through faculty and staff/student interactions, on program and college committees, in internships, through research, on study abroad trips, through community partnerships, and beyond.

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  • Feb 25 Kopf named outstanding young alumnus by CANR

    Brett Kopf will receive an Outstanding Young Alumnus Award.


  • Nov 2 Liberty Hyde Bailey Scholars present at the NSEE Annual Conference

    Liberty Hyde Bailey Scholars present their work on high-impact learning and ePortfolio usage at the National Society of Experiential Education 45th Annual Conference. For more information contact Jeno Rivera (.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)).

  • Apr 18 CANR Outstanding Student Leadership Award

    Nominees for the Outstanding Student Leadership Award have shown service and leadership in the college, department or school and through their university activities. By tradition, the winner of this award is asked to represent the graduating seniors as class speaker at the CANR Commencement ceremony.

  • Jan 25 Hendrick recommended as new College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Dean at MSU

    Ronald L. Hendrick will be recommended as dean of Michigan State University’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. If approved by the MSU Board of Trustees, Hendrick’s appointment will be effective July 1, 2016.


  • Apr 8 ShifT Happens….Are students ready to become T-Shape Professionals?

    At the 2015 T-Shape Summit March 16-17 at MSU, researchers Bill Heinrich (MSU Global) and Jeno Rivera (CANR BSP) presented the innovative design of the BSP curriculum to develop T-Shaped leaders as well as described what recent CANR BSP graduates say about T-Shaped readiness. For more information on how BSP leads MSU in educating high-quality graduates prepared for 21st century careers visit To learn more about the T-Shaped Summit visit



  • Sep 3 Bailey Scholars Present at Annual AAEEBL Conference

    Last month, Bailey Scholars Program Director Jeno Rivera attended and presented at the 2014 Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning Conference in Boston with Bailey Graduate Fellows David Nguyen (pictured) and Bill Heinrich.  The conference focused on Engaged Learning and ePortfolios.  Rivera and Nguyen gave a widely attended five minute IGNITE presentation on the technological limitations of digital natives whereas Rivera and Heinrich shared their findings on learner readiness to document learning experiences. For more information visit the Bailey Scholars Program website at




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