MSU’s Office of China Programs and Career Services Network are partnering with the American Universities China Association to deliver a series of online and in-person (Shanghai) events during March and April to help students learn about the hiring needs and opportunities, career development advice and industry trends in China.
Online fairs and workshops:
1. AUCA Spring 2021 Virtual Career Fairs:
– Session 1: 9am-12:30pm, Beijing time, Wed, Mar 31st
– Session 2: 9am – 1230pm, Beijing time, Thurs, Apr 1st
2. AUCA Spring 2021 Online Employer Recruitment Talks and Workshops:
– Mar 15th – Apr 30th, via Zoom.
– Info on time and speakers will be sent via email to registered students.
In-person events: Chuangzhitiandi Building #7, Yangpu District, Shanghai
1. AUCA Spring 2021 Student Career Development Forum: 9:30am-12pm, Beijing time, Tues, April 13th
2. AUCA Spring 2021 In-person Career Fair in Shanghai: 1:30pm – 5:30pm, Beijing time, Tues, April 13th
Due to Covid-19, the schedule of the AUCA in-person career fair in Shanghai on April 13th might be changed and will be notified by email.
Seats are limited. Register early!
Register here: https://app.joinhandshake.com/events/696789/share_preview
HER CAMPUS (MSU) is an online magazine dedicated to, written by, and focused on empowering, college women (inclusively defined). They have a new call for Poetry/Art/Articles out now, focused on writing about sexual violence. The topic is “My Body is Not an Invitation.”
“Grant Finding Tips” with Paula Winke
Join us as SLS Director Paula Winke gives us insight on finding and applying to research grants at all levels (University to Federal)!
Zoom link: https://msu.zoom.us/j/99361578462
Meeting ID: 993 6157 8462
The Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Committee of the School of Human Resources & Labor Relations (SHRLR) is excited to be hosting two panels to discuss DEI at Work, with panelists who will provide their personal perspectives. Most of the panelists are alumni and students from SHRLR. Zoom information for the panels:
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March 29: Stephanie Nawyn, John Steudle, James Hensley
April 5: Tiffany Jones, SooJin Song, Antonio Guerra
Hope you can join this important conversation.
Writing professional documents like a resume or cover letter can feel overwhelming; let the Career Services Network help you share your professional story in this workshop focused on writing and formatting your resume and cover letters.
Need a fast resume review before meeting with employers? Have some quick questions about Career Fairs? MSU Career Services Network has got your back! Come virtually drop in and have Career Consultants and trained Peer Advisors review your resume and answer questions. Follow the centralized Zoom link and we will connect you for a 15 minute resume review or career prep session.
This program focuses on ethics & values, personal empowerment, interpersonal skills and public service. By participating in this 6 – session program students will further develop and understand their leadership style by identifying personal values, strengths, and areas of growth.
Workshops will be hosted via Zoom at https://msu.zoom.us/j/98695338253, this is a recurring meeting for the dates listed below, passcode: Emerge!
BUILDING YOUR SPARTAN LEADERSHIP BLUEPRINT
Join us for an interactive program on developing your own personal leadership development plan. The “Building Your Spartan Leadership Blueprint” workshop is the first workshop in the Spartan Emerge Leadership program series.
MBTI (assessment, interpretation)
MBTI PART 2 (activity & case studies)
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE (Presentation, Assessment, Interpretation, Individual plans for improvement)
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE PART 2 (activity & case studies)
ETHICAL DILEMMAS (presentation & group activity)
Israel’s “Post-Covid” 2021 Elections: Continuity and Change
Wednesday, Apr 7 2021, 2:00-3:30 pm EST| Register here
The speakers will analyze the 4th Israeli election in:- 2 years. They will analyze the latest results, compare them to the last 3 elections, and discuss coalition possibilities and their implications. As Israel muddles forward in an attempt to establish a new government – notwithstanding the continued division over the legitimacy of Benyamin Netanyahu’s candidacy for Prime Minister – “round four” was in fact surprisingly different than the earlier three elections rounds. How will varied possible coalitions shape Israeli domestic and foreign policies? What are the prospects of a fifth election in the coming year? Among the topics to be explored: the evolving influence of Israel’s Arab citizens; a crack in ultra-Orthodox allegiances; and Israeli society’s growing complacency towards racist political parties. Come join the analysis followed by discussion.
Professor Yael Aronoff
Yael Aronoff is the Director of the Michael and Elaine Serling Institute for Jewish Studies and Modern Israel and and is Serling Chair of Israel Studies. Dr. Aronoff is Associate Professor of Political Science/International Relations in James Madison College at MSU. She is currently serving as the President of the Association of Israel Studies. She is a recipient of the MSU 2011 Teacher-Scholar Award and the 2015 MSU John K. Hudzik Emerging Leader in Advancing International Studies and Programs Award. Dr. Aronoff has two books published, The Political Psychology of Israeli Prime Ministers: When Hard-Liners Opt for Peace (Cambridge University Press 2014), and her co-edited book, Continuity and Change in Political Culture: Israel and Beyond with Ilan Peleg and Saliba Sarsar, (Lexington Books, 2021). She has written multiple articles and book chapters on varied aspects of Israeli politics and foreign policy. Dr. Aronoff has given over 100 public lectures and provides lectures as part of the Association of Jewish Studies Distinguished Lectureship Program and the Association of Israel Studies Distinguished Lectureship Program.
Dr. Alon Tal
Alon Tal is a professor of public policy at Tel Aviv University and has been a Serling Visiting Israeli scholar at MSU’s James Madison College since 2015. He is among the founding members of Israel’s Blue & White party and has run on their list of candidates for Knesset four times, most recently in the March 2021 elections when he oversaw their sustainability platform and campaign. In the past, Dr. Tal served as co-chair of Israel’s Green Party. Tal founded the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies, a graduate studies center in which students join Israeli, Palestinian and Jordanian environmentalists to study common environmental challenges and solutions. Dr. Tal served as the co-chair of Israel’s Green Party. He is the author and co-editor of eleven books including: Michael, K. Tal, A. Khenin, D., Lindenstrauss, G., Bukchin, S., Editors, Climate Change, Environment and National Security, A New Front (2021); The Land Is Full: Addressing Overpopulation in Israel (2016); All the Trees of the Forest: Israel’s Woodlands from the Antiquity to the Present (2013); Water Wisdom: Preparing the Groundwork for Cooperative and sustainable Water Management in the Middle East, (eds., with Alfred Abed Rabbo, 2010); and Pollution in a Promised Land – An Environmental History of Israel (2002).
Professor Elie Rekhess
Elie Rekhess, is one of Israel’s leading experts on the Arab minority in Israel and Jewish-Arab relations. He recently authored, edited, and co-edited: Muslim Minorities in non-Muslim Majority Countries: The Test Case of the Islamic Movement in Israel (2013); The Arab Society in Israel: A Compendium (2009); Arab Youth in Israel: Caught between Prospects and Risk (2008);The Arab Minority in Israel: An Analysis of the ‘Future Vision’ Documents (2008); The Arab Minority in Israel and the 17th Knesset Elections (2007); Together but Apart: Mixed Cities in Israel (2007); The Evolvement of an Arab-Palestinian National Minority in Israel (2007).:
The annual Martin Barr–Stephen Wilson Lecture focuses on the development of health care policy, laws and ethics relevant to the pharmaceutical community. This year, our guest speaker will be Dr. Dayna Bowen Matthew, dean of the George Washington University Law School.
A nationally recognized lawyer and legal scholar with three decades of industry and academic experience, Matthew is the first woman to lead GW Law.
Matthew has held a number of important positions in the policy world. She served as the Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellow for U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow and as senior advisor in the Office of Civil Rights at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. She also is a non-resident fellow in the Center for Health Policy at the Brookings Institution.
A prolific writer, she is the author of the book “Just Medicine: A Cure for Racial Inequality in American Health Care,” and has authored or co-authored dozens of book chapters and articles, focusing largely on health care reform, public health law, health disparities, patient protection, and antitrust laws and civil rights.
For more information about this event, please contact Tiffany Cusmano at or email@example.com.
Do you have friends and family members asking about what you’re going to do with your degree? Did you know that only 24% of students end up in a career directly related to their major? Meet our panel of Spartan alumni who are working in exciting careers that are unexpected based on what they studied during their time at MSU. In this session you will learn how to use skills you build in the classroom in diverse and unexpected ways to build the career you want!