Students of all majors are welcome to speak with Fortune 500 companies at the Women in Business Students’ Association (WBSA) Mock Career Fair on Tuesday, September 17, 2019, from 6:30 PM-8:30 PM in the MSU Union Ballroom-Second Floor.
It is an opportunity for students’ to rehearse their elevator speech and receive feedback in preparation for the actual Fall Career Days on September 18-19, 2019 at the Breslin Center. Recruiters from more than 25 different corporations will be available to talk to students.
The Mock Career Fair is an event that imitates the actual Career Fairs to provide students with the opportunity to gain feedback from real recruiters, network with Fortune 500 companies, practice their professional skills and work through the anxiety that is prone to happen before this big day.
Some of the companies attending the Mock Career Fair are General Mills, Target, PWC, Pepsico and Amazon.
WBSA is a student organization that is part of the Multicultural Business Programs within the Eli Broad College of Business. They provide students with an opportunity to establish relationships with Fortune 500 companies at bi-weekly General Membership Meetings and other annual events.
Nostalgia for the Light
7:00pm || Wednesday, September 18, 2019 || Abrams Planetarium
755 Science Rd, East Lansing, MI 48824
Patricio Guzman’s 2010 documentary, Nostalgia for the Light, calls upon viewers to explore the aesthetics, ethics, and technologies of memorialization amidst and in the wake of oppressive regimes. Rooted in the arid ecology of the Atacama Desert—a celebrated site for cutting-edge astronomical research and archaeological survey—the film parses the similarities between astronomers’ search for deep human history among the stars and Chilean women’s search for “disappeared” loved ones in the desert’s parched earth. This screening and discussion of Nostalgia for the Lighttraces the ecosystem of people, landscapes, technologies, and politics that has shaped the memorialization of Augusto Pinochet’s victims. This event is offered in connection with “The Edge of Things: Dissident Art Under Repressive Regimes” on view at the MSU Broad through January 5, 2020.
—Programmed by Scott Boehm & Shannon Schmoll
Broad Underground is an ongoing collaboration between the MSU Broad, Film Studies Program, and Department of English at MSU. This year’s partnering venue is The Robin Theatre in REO Town, Lansing, with special thanks to the Lansing Public Media Center.
Cosponsored by the MSU Comics Forum
Decoding the noticing function of output with eye-tracking.
Does modality matter?: Crosslinguistic syntactic priming.
Learning through automatic corrective feedback in a smart exercise book: interaction patterns and learning outcomes.
“The Pathology of Political Polarization – The Story of Israel’s 2019 Elections.” A panel held by Professors Alon Tal and Yael Aronoff.
9/19 Red Desert (dir. Michelangelo Antonioni, 1965)
Presented by Bill Vincent
Amid the modern wastelands and toxic factories of Italy, wife and mother Giuliana desperately tries to conceal her tenuous grip on reality from those around her, especially her successful yet neglectful husband, Ugo. Ugo’s old pal, Corrado, shows up in town on a business trip and is more sensitive to Giuliana’s anxieties. They begin an affair, but it does little to quell Giuliana’s existential fears, and her mental state rapidly deteriorates.