Live Classes at the 2018 Conference
Two live classes will be offered at this year’s conference in New York City. Visioning and Strategic Planning (with Barry Lander) and Education and Training (with the Federal Judicial Center’s Stephanie Hemmert and Phyllis Drum). Details regarding the schedule will be included in later conference information. These classes conclude the current five-year cycle. There is a planned graduation in New York for those who complete their capstone projects in 2018.
What if I Need More Classes to Finish?
If additional coursework is needed to complete the certificate program, it may be completed via self-paced, online classes or as scheduled in a more interactive mode. But remember, ALL coursework must be completed by March 30, 2019 and all fees paid by April 30, 2019. For a complete transcript of your completed and pending coursework, please reach out to Cathy White.
How Will MSU Handle the Final Capstone Project?
Finally, the capstone project, which is the culmination of the certificate program, has several important deadlines. Submissions of Capstone Proposals are due April 30, 2019 with the final papers due July 1, 2019. The final program graduation will be held at the 2019 NCBC Conference.
Where Can I Get Additional Information?
Cathy White remains as the Judicial Administration Program Administrator and can assist students in assessing the where they are in the program, any outstanding payments due, and other graduation requirements. Cathy may be reached at email@example.com.
Can I Still Enroll in the Program?
Applications are still being accepted to the Michigan State University Judicial Administration Noncredit Program. New students must adhere to the timelines and deadlines set forth above. Please contact Cathy White via email if you would like to enroll in the program.
In her letter the NCBC President Gina Thomas and the NCBC Board, Dr. Conner said “it is with sadness that I send you and the NCBC Board my final MSU/NCBC Mid-Year Report. I do so knowing that through our partnership we touched the lives of all those who participated in the Judicial Administration Program. The work that NCBC and MSU did together leaves an enduring legacy of passion, commitment, and leadership for the work of the bankruptcy courts. We made a difference.” Dr. Conner – we thank you for our 15-year partnership and the difference YOU made to so many students and graduates.