After the success of our first event, SAGA is back for another fun night of music, storytelling, and comedy!
We are bringing the MSU and East Lansing communities together to celebrate the power of languages and how it shapes the way we view the world, and we want you to join us! Bring your unique perspective, willingness to learn from experiences explored by others, and your passion for languages. Refreshments will be served.
We want to celebrate the language community represented here at Michigan State University, so feel free to bring friends and enjoy this night with us!
Check us out at languages.celta.msu.edu. We can’t wait to hear your story!
Welcome to the 19th annual University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum at Michigan State University. Throughout the day, undergraduate students from diverse academic disciplines will present their outstanding research and creative endeavors. This forum is the largest in the event’s history, with 930 students from 14 different colleges participating today. These students were mentored by more than 600 faculty members.
Please join us on Wednesday, April 12th at 3:30 PM for the awards ceremony in the Ballroom of the Union during which the prize winners in the various categories will be announced. We encourage all participants to join us for the awards ceremony and to invite their families, friends, mentors, and faculty members to attend.
To recognize exemplary scholarly achievements, monetary prizes will be awarded. One first-place award ($100) will be given in each section. Students working together in groups of four or less will each receive the award money independently. The maximum amount awarded for groups with five or more members will be $400, and the award money will be evenly distributed amongst the group members. Award money will be deposited directly into the student’s MSU account.
First-place award recipients will be considered for the grand prize award, which will be announced in early summer. All first-place award recipients will be contacted to submit a brief paper on their UURAF program topic and an electronic version of their poster or oral presentation. The Editorial Board and staff members for the Red Cedar Undergraduate Research Journal (ReCUR) will review submissions. A total of two grand prizes ($500 each) will be awarded to one program from the science and engineering categories and one program from the humanities, social sciences, and communication arts and sciences categories.
Graduate Student Resource Fair
The annual Graduate Student Welcoming and Resource Fair is meant to provide new and returning students with an opportunity to learn about the many offices and student organizations at MSU, as well as to ask any questions they have regarding student life on campus. Vendors will include MSU Human Resources, Student Health and Wellness Services, the Graduate Employees Union, PhD Career Services, MSU BEST, and many, many more.