EHHD Student Organizations
The graduate students in education club is designed to provide a space along with events and activities that serve to bring together graduate students in the AHE program at MSU so that they may share information, educate, and support one another in their graduate education and professional lives along with educating the larger community on issues in the field of higher education.
This student club is open to anyone, but graduate students within education fields at MSU may be most interested in this club.
Working groups are available and open for additional members:
- Pilot AHE graduate student mentor program
- educational events
- faculty/student socials
- AHE mission and logo development
Regular meetings held the third Friday of every month, noon-1:00 p.m.
We have hosted an ACPA Careers in Student Affairs Month, and are showing the documentary film First Generation Students in November.
Find us on Facebook at: Adult and Higher Education Graduate Student Group
The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) invites ALL education students to become members. Our organization is a global community dedicated to excellence in learning, teaching, and leading.
Our mission is to provide innovative solutions to promote the success of each child. ASCD provides expert and innovative solutions in professional development and educational leadership essential to the way educators learn, teach, and lead.
Meetings happen 4 times a year.
- End of January or early February "Ten Strategies to Consider When Working With Parents."
- Early April a person from OPI will talk about the CCSS and possibly other topics.
To apply, pick up a membership form outside of Reid 121 where Lynn Kelting-Gibson (faculty advisor) will answer any questions you may have. Membership is $29.
Lynn Kelting-Gibson Ed. D.
Assistant Professor of Classroom Assessment
121 Reid Hall
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 5971
By becoming a part of MSU Kappa Delta Pi, members gain immediate access to a wealth
of professional development, networking, and leadership
building resources. Past events have included panel discussions, educator film showings, chapter socials and literacy outreach service events. KDP members immediately become part of a vast network of professional educators committed to furthering the advancement of education and supporting the development of global citizens.
The MSU Kappa Delta Pi Chi 406 chapter serves as an active part of the KDP community of over 1.2 million members across the globe. For more information on this organization, please visit http://www.kdp.org.
Kappa Delta Pi is an international education honor society founded in 1911 with the expressed mission of, “striving to sustain an honored community of diverse educators by promoting excellence and advancing scholarship, leadership, and service.”
The MSU Kappa Delta Pi Chi 406 chapter holds regular monthly chapter meetings and events. For the most current information, please see our meeting/event list below, our event sign up board outside Reid 246 or contact us at email@example.com.
KDP Points Program
Refer to the spreadsheet to chart your progress towards reaching 406 points each semester. For more information click here. If you have questions, please email KDP at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your involvement!
Membership is open to all MSU education majors who have completed at least 12 credits within their program of study and hold a 3.5 GPA or higher for Undergraduate students and a 3.75 GPA for Graduate students. Our chapter holds a new member initiation ceremony each semester to welcome new inductees and connect with members of the greater MSU academic community. An annual membership dues of $55 (national & local combined) will be assessed to help support KDP programming, scholarships and member outreach efforts.
The Graduate Students in Education Professional Learning Community is open to all graduate students in the Department of Education. This group was started in the fall of 2014 to help provide graduate students with resources. Our meetings have included diverse topics such as: using EndNote, writing, library resources for education graduate students, how to survive comps, tips for graduate students from professors, service to the profession, and more. We are starting a google community to share resources, tips, ideas, and information.
If you are interested in joining the PLC and learning about the free events, please e-mail Denise or Donna. Also, please consider joining our facebook group Graduate Students in Education PLC.
Social Studies in Action Club
We are a group for ALL educators: elementary-secondary, and all areas of concentration.
Our group members are:
- a non-profit organization.
- Students preparing and advancing their skills to become exceptional future teachers.
- Focus on professional development.
- Community service/outreach oriented
- Advocating for public education through political awareness
- Being a professional representative for the Education Department at MSU
As a student organization of MEA-MFT, our mission is to:
- help prepare and advance the skills of future teachers and build our professional development
- cooperate together with other students and organizations in the Education Department
- further our education as future teachers
- represent the Education Department at MSU in a professional manner
- advocate for public education and provide awareness of schools and students who are in need of assistance
We meet once a month, typically the third Tuesday of every month. Our next meeting is Nov. 3rd.
We have no fees to join! Students are welcome to pay the fee to join the MEA-MFT, but no fees are required to be a part of our student chapter .
MEA-MFT official website:
Technology Education program at Montana State University is an interdisciplinary program of study designed to develop technological literacy through the study of past, present, and future technological systems and their impacts on society. As such students who want to earn credit register for 1 – 3 credit hours that are supervised by a faculty member in the program.
Teaching Option: is for individuals who desire to teach the theory and application of technology to students in both elementary and secondary schools.
Industry Option: is designed for students who want to enter technological work force. Students develop skills needed to work effectively with a multitude of different technologies.
There is a critical nationwide shortage of TE teachers and TE teachers are in high demand. The Industry Option provides students the opportunity to develop skills in a variety of areas plus the flexibility to choose courses that allow them to further develop in-depth skills for their future career.
Technology Education is not just merely computers as most would lead you to believe. We study various subjects within Technology such as:
- Bio-related Technology
Technology Education program at Montana State University is an interdisciplinary program of study designed to develop technological literacy through the study of past, present, and future technological systems and their impacts on society.
The club meets on Wednesdays at 3 pm in Reid Hall 423--this will change next semester due to department schedule assigned to program.
The TE club is working on putting together different types of activities this year. Examples of that being a problem solving night, 3d printing seminar and other activities to keep members involved.
As a club we are always looking for ways to get the word out for new students who can be teachers and for those who can go and work in the manufacturing industry about the program and the benefits for the community and the nation. We are a key segment of STEM in schools and our great State of Montana.
Important club links listed below:
Health & Human Development
Health Enhancement Major's Club
Montana Student Dietetics Association
Exercise Science Club at MSU
Phi Upsilon Omicron (Phi U)
Phi Upsilon Omicron, an honor society in the integrated field of family and consumer
sciences, offers an environment empowering lifelong learning, leadership building,
and ethical and scholastic excellence.
1. Recognize and promote academic excellence;
2. Enhance qualities of leadership by providing opportunities for service; and
3. Encourage lifelong learning and commitment to advance family and consumer sciences related areas.
Chi Sigma Iota: Mu Tau Sigma
Sustainable Foods and Bioenergy Systems Collaborative(Friends of Local Foods)
Sustainable Foods and Bioenergy System Collaborate (formally Friends of Local Foods) is a student group at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. We promote awareness of local food issues on the campus and in the Bozeman community.
- Engaging MSU students in local food issues
- Bridging the MSU campus with the Bozeman community
- Increase access to local foods on campus and in the community
- Build a greater local food advocacy community
President:Dylan Fishman 847-409-5567
Tiffani Eccleston 406-461-4798
Advisor:Mac Burgess 406-600-8042
Thursday's 5:15-6pm at Sola Café off Kagy Street