Coming Soon! Teaching with Tech
Jan 25 – Mar 1 all-day
Coming Soon! Teaching with Tech

Coming Soon! The next edition of Teaching with Tech will arrive on March 1. Watch for more details. For now, view last year’s edition of Teaching with Tech 2015

Alumni Profile: Meet Danielle Boston
Feb 1 – Mar 5 all-day
Alumni Profile: Meet Danielle Boston

February Alumni Profile: Meet Danielle Boston, a new MAFLT graduate who has been teaching French in South Carolina (USA) for several years. Danielle has always been interested in creating new and authentic materials and she was inspired to work on an innovative portfolio assessment during her experiential module. To read about her project and see a student template for any language and many other materials she created during her time in the MAFLT, check out her portfolio here:


Danielle’s Portfolio

Donuts and Distributions: R with Dan Isbell @ Wells Hall B243
Feb 16 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am


Dan will be giving a workshop on R. Please bring a laptop to take full advantage of the hands-on activities. In addition, you’ll need to download R and RStudio if you do not have them on your computer

WRAP Workshop: Mentoring @ Bessey Hall Rm 300
Feb 16 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
WRAP Workshop: Mentoring @ Bessey Hall Rm 300

Join WRAP for a workshop on Academic Mentorship. The workshop will take place in the writing center, and snacks will be provided.

MSU Film Collective: STALKER @ B122 Wells Hall
Feb 16 @ 7:00 pm
MSU Film Collective: STALKER @ B122 Wells Hall | East Lansing | Michigan | United States

Presented by Yelena Kalinsky

Andrei Tarkovsky’s 1979 sci-fi masterpiece, based loosely on the Strugatsky brothers’ novel Roadside Picnic, takes place in a dystopian world where a mysterious Zone is sealed off by the government and is said to grant one’s deepest unconscious wish. Unable to resist the Zone’s pull, the Stalker of the title leads a washed-up writer and a cynical scientist on a spiritual and philosophical quest to the heart of the Zone. The illusion of continuous action through the constantly shifting landscape and strange, nondiegetic sound cast a seductive spell while ultimately frustrating any single interpretation.

Free and open to the public.

1963/2017 Measured in Moments Exhibition @ MSU Union, Rm 230
Feb 17 – Mar 31 all-day

The collection presented here is a small sample of the many photographs comprising the text Black in White America published by the J. Paul Getty Museum originally in 1968 and recently reprinted in 2010. These photographs were printed with special permission from the family of Leonard Freed. The text featured on the walls of the gallery is from Ta-Nehisi Coates’ 2015 bookBetween the World and Me published by Spiegel & Grau, NY.

This exhibition is presented in collaboration between the Department of Art, Art History, and Design, the College of Social Science, and the MSU Law School.

Environmental Issues & Sustainability Workshop @ 321 Linton Hall
Feb 17 @ 11:45 am – 12:45 pm

Featuring 2 undergrad activists, Emmalena Verellen and Joseph Herbst, both of whom are involved in most of the environmental groups on campus. Also, Grace Noyola will join them and talk about that aspect of environmental activism.

If you have to come late or leave early you are welcome to.

SLS student AAAL Practice Talks @ B243 Wells
Feb 17 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm


AAAL Practice Talks


February 17, 2017
Beginning at 1:00 B243 WH

Zachary Miller: Personality and the affective effect: How individual differences and emotions impact L2 acquisition under incidental learning conditions

Hima Rawal: Preparing for U. S. Postsecondary Education: An Emotion-based Case Study of Two South Asian English Language Learners

Susie Kim: Criterial Features in an L2 English Corpus

March 3, 2017
Beginning at 1:00 B243 WH

Dan Isbell: Development of L2 Korean Pronunciation: Effects of Instruction and Proficiency

Jongbong Lee: The role of task complexity in L2 writing performance

Wendy Li, Kathy Kim, Jungmin Lim, Jeff Maloney, Aline Godfroid: Validating Current Measures of Implicit and Explicit Knowledge in L2 Acquisition: A Pilot Study


Teaching Abroad Event @ Wells Hall, B122
Feb 17 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

This information session is designed for students from all majors who are interested in teaching abroad. You will hear from panelists who have participated in a variety of teaching abroad experiences.

For more information, contact Jennifer Gansler ( or Cindy Walter (


Philosophy Speaker: Stephanie Vasko @ 140 Natural Sciences
Feb 17 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Philosophy Speaker: Stephanie Vasko @ 140 Natural Sciences | East Lansing | Michigan | United States

Dr. Stephanie Vasko, Research Associate & Program Manager The Toolbox Dialogue Initiative, Michigan State University, and 2017 AAAS Community Engagement Fellow

Examining Responsible Innovation at the Chemistry/Design Interface

In this talk, Dr. Vasko will present her recent interdisciplinary work on exploring responsible innovation at the nexus of chemistry and design. She will focus on unpacking shifting notions of “responsible” and “innovation” through case-­‐study based content analysis of trade journal advertisements for industries at this nexus. She will touch on the personal and professional dimensions, including the hows and whys, of looking at responsible innovation at the intersections of chemistry, history, design, and philosophy.

event flyer (with time & location details)