The East Lansing Film Festival will take place from November 3rd to the 10th. Films will be shown at Hannah Community Center, Studio C cinema, and Wells Hall on campus. Check out the website for the full listing of films, times, and locations.
Learn more about the College of Arts & Letters Study Away program, “Creativity Industry and Culture in LA” at the first info session.
This weeklong study away program in Los Angeles takes place over Spring Break 2017. Students will earn 2 credits while focusing on networking and creative career paths in the entertainment and design industry. The goal of the program is to introduce students to the work culture of the industry, create opportunities to forge networks and develop possible career paths, connect them with alumni and friends of the College in the L.A. area, and get a sense of the place and culture of Los Angeles.
Behind the scenes tours and visits will give students an opportunity to see daily work life at places we are visiting, allowing them to ask our alumni specific questions and to participate in professionally productive activities such as pitching project ideas, discussing career trajectories, and portfolio/resume review.
Goals of the program include:
- Connecting students with MSU alumni in LA area
- Exploring creative jobs and possible careers in the entertainment industry
- Seeing workspaces and understanding work processes in the industry
- Gaining an understanding of local culture and space
Learn more here: http://www.cal.msu.edu/currentstudents/studyabroad/study-away-programs/cela
Sharper Focus / Wider Lens
Looking at Flint: The Past, Present and Future of the City
A public program featuring MSU faculty:
Manuel Chavez, PhD, School of Journalism
Rich Sadler, PhD, Department of Family Medicine
Debra Furr-Holden, PhD, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Trixie Smith, PhD, Department of Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures/The Writing Center
Mary Schulz, Department of Agriculture, Food and Resource Economics/MSU Extension Center for Local Government Finance and Polciy
Moderated by Cynthia Jackson-Elmoore, PhD, Honors College
Lunch & Learn: Susan Gass, Paula Winke, Koen Van Gorp:
Join us for updates on the MSU Proficiency grant and Mellon grant. Find out the newest and latest news!
Location: B135 Wells Hall
Come hear a provocative talk by the world’s leading advocate for reconciliation between the sciences and the humanities with Basarab Nicolescu.