The Citizen Scholars Program enriched the communities we live in around the world through experiential learning opportunities like Study Abroad.
A student involvement fair where student organizations, living unit groups, and major governing groups meet new and returning students to inform them about their organization’s purpose and events.
- An opportunity to recruit new members, while displaying literature, awards, and highlights of the organization.
Open to all students, all majors! Looking for part-time employment while you are in school? Need a local internship? Interested in learning more about opportunities in the Greater Lansing Area? Then the Student Job & Internship Fair is for you!
Formerly known as Earn, Learn & Intern, this is the first major job fair of the school year and it’s just for students! Meet with representatives from on-campus employers and local companies and organizations who will be looking to hire MSU students during the school year.
Students interested in Dance (Orchesis Fall Welcome):
Saturday, September 9 at 1:30pm in IMC 34
Spartan Innovations is pleased to bring you a newly developed workshop series we’re calling: Entrepreneur’s Pocket Guide. Across eleven weeks, our workshops bring focus to topics, from branding and storytelling to the building of solid pitch decks. Our goal: Helping aspiring, new, and seasoned entrepreneurs build confidence to follow their entrepreneurial paths.
On Wednesday, September 13th, we continue our journey with Aaryn Richard, Communications Manager for the Michigan State University Foundation and its subsidiaries. With Aaryn, we’ll be building upon the last two workshops and focusing in on the symbiosis of social media and brand presence, avoiding social media pitfalls, and working through how we use social media to tell our brands’ stories.
A presentation of the Kristen Marie Gould Endowed Lecture on Sport for Children and Youth.
This lecture will be given by Dr. Wade Gilbert of Fresno State University, the fifth scholar to deliver an annual lecture through the endowment.
He will speak to an open gathering about the principles of quality coaching. Gilbert has been a leading scholar in the field of coach education and coach development for 20 years, and recently published “Coaching: Better Every Season through Human Kinetics Publishing.” He has worked with numerous coaches and athletic directors to help them improve their day-to-day coaching practices.
Cross-disciplinary artist and Fiber Professor at VCU, Aaron McIntosh mixes textiles, sculpture, drawing, collage, and photography to find intersections of material culture, family tradition, sexual desire and identity politics. Recently his work has been featured in Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community at the Leslie-Lohman Museum in NY and Man-Made: Contemporary Male Quilters at the CAFMA.
The Department of Art, Art History, and Design invites all AAHD students to join the faculty and graduate students for a daylong exploration of Chicago’s art scene. Students will have the opportunity to visit the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Field Museum, etc. In addition to the viewing of work at museums, students can walk through Chicago’s gallery districts and view public art in the city. Since each student has their own interests, each will be able to select which museums and galleries they prefer to see.
Many people are concerned about reports of bias-based language and behaviors targeting young people and adults based on differences such as race, national origin, immigration status, religion, gender, sexual orientation and other differences. Have you found yourself wanting to speak up to address hurtful language and behaviors but you didn’t know how to respond at work, at home or in the community? Perhaps you’ve been in a situation where you wished that you could’ve responded in a different way to an inappropriate behavior, remark or joke? Many attendees of the MSU Extension two-day Multicultural Self-Awareness workshop have indicated that they would benefit from opportunities to practice ways to use their voice to take leadership in dealing with difficult multicultural discussions. The purpose of this workshop is to provide frameworks and practical experiences for participants to explore how difficult discussions can become opportunities for transformative dialogue.
Do you need to print a book for a class or personal use but don’t know where to start? The Espresso Book Machine staff offer free workshops providing an introduction to the Espresso Book Machine and book design. At the workshop you will learn:
- How the Espresso Book Machine works
- File requirements for printing books
- Copyright compliance for printing books
- How to use Adobe InDesign or Microsoft Word to set up interior files
- How to use Adobe InDesign or Microsoft PowerPoint to set up cover files
- Design tools available in Adobe InDesign or Microsoft Word
- What not to do when designing your book
- How to submit files through MSU FileDepot