AdCon 2017 is a must-attend event for students/new grads/young professionals considering entering the field of advertising. AdCon hosts more than 400 attendees who are interested in learning more about what it’s like to work in the advertising and marketing communications industry. Hear what ad agency, corporate and start up life is like from some of the area’s top professionals. Students and young professionals will have the opportunity to network with industry experts and receive valuable resume, portfolio and interview tips from recruiters. Follow Adcraft Detroit on social media for updates leading up to the big day!
Are you interested in completing an internship in New York City this summer while earning MSU credit? The MSU College of Arts & Letters partners with an organization that identifies customized internship placements for students in New York City in industries such as arts and culture, finance and advertising, politics and law, health and community services, communications and public relations, marketing and journalism, hotels and tour operators, and many more. This program is open to all MSU majors.
Discuss image sequencing to tell a story, and go out and shoot a situation on campus with the best camera you’ve got, which means the one you’ve got with you. Kurt is MSU’s official photographer! Before spending 22 years as a specialist in scientific imaging at the MSU-DOE Plant Research Laboratory, Kurt co-owned a commercial photography studio in Detroit. Kurt has worked as a photographer for Communications and Brand Strategy since 2003; he is a recipient of the University Photographers Association of American Print and Publication award and a cofounder of the Great Lakes Area Plastic Camera Group.
The Beinecke Scholarship covers the cost of graduate school for students studying in the arts, humanities or social sciences.
- Students must be a college junior pursuing a bachelor’s degree during the 2017-2018 academic year
- Be a U.S. citizen
- Have documented history of receiving need-based financial aid during undergraduate years
- Have a 3.0+ GPA.