EVENTS

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Nov
9
Mon
Excel Network Careers in Language Week – Alumni Panel on Careers in International Education
Nov 9 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Excel Network Careers in Language Week - Alumni Panel on Careers in International Education

Careers in Language Week is a series of week-long events intended to help students explore career fields that are possible with a language degree. This webinar will provide a variety of perspectives from alumni panelists who are working in International Education, including:

– an academic librarian at a university in Montreal

– an employee in the Office of Education Abroad at MSU

– an exchange coordinator for government programs

Register here: https://app.joinhandshake.com/events/604485

Jan
15
Fri
SoSLAP Sip and Stroll @ Meet at Blue Owl Coffee in East Lansing
Jan 15 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

 Meet with SoSLAP at Blue Owl Coffee in East Lansing. Grab or bring something hot to drink, and spend some time in the fresh air connecting with colleagues!

Mar
25
Thu
Town Hall Discussion about Anti-Asian Violence
Mar 25 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Town Hall Discussion about Anti-Asian Violence

In light of recent anti-Asian violence, APASO, APIDA/AFSA, and OCAT invite members of the MSU community to come air and discuss their experiences. We aim to have this as a safe space for community members to share their stories and to be heard. We also want to hear your ideas about how MSU can better support the APIDA community. It’s important that we stand together in these hard times, and we want you to feel heard.

Registration: https://msu.zoom.us/…/register/WN_NObwUtHVQWy4NgAs5DB1kQ

More details on vigil logistics and COVID safety measures if you wish to attend at the rock to be announced in the coming days. Please be sure to check back for the required guidelines.

Apr
16
Fri
APA Heritage Month Celebration Event
Apr 16 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
APA Heritage Month Celebration Event

That the Asian Pacific American Studies Program as a key event during the APA Heritage Month celebration at MSU. The event features Charles Yu, the 2020 National Book Award winner (for his Interior Chinatown). President Stanley will make a welcome remark, while Young Joon Kwak, CAL’s the Artist-in-Residence in Critical Race Theory, will host the after-talk social hour with Mr. Yu.

More information coming soon!