Hilton’s Hospitality Hackathon is coming to MSU for the first time ever! Co-hosted by Hilton and the School of Hospitality Business, Hackathon is a three-day event composed of a challenge proposed by Hilton as well as a series of seminars covering various topics such as innovation, analytics, and consumer experiences. All MSU students are welcome to participate. Let’s take hospitality to the next level!
A panel of faculty and students will answer and discuss your questions about surviving graduate school.
A conversation with Religious Studies faculty members and undergraduate students.
REL faculty members: Dr. Amy DeRogatis, Dr. Mohammad Khalil, Dr. David Stowe, and Dr. Morgan Shipley
Friday, October 4th, 12:00pm, A306 Wells Hall
Join us for a brief overview of career opportunities within the Central Intelligence Agency (with special emphasis on their Directorate of Operations and Directorate of Analysis), followed by a “Day in the Life” Q/A segment featuring a James Madison College graduate currently working as a Senior Manager in the Directorate of Operations. Come ready to participate! This event will have a more casual vibe to it and offer attendees a rare opportunity to interact candidly with a Spartan currently working at the CIA.
Please save the date for the fall Creative Writing Faculty reading, featuring alum Kate Birdsall, Hannah Ensor, and Teresa Milbrodt, to be held Monday, October 7, 7 pm, in the LookOut! Gallery (second floor Snyder-Phillips Hall). Join us in celebrating the work of these new colleagues. The event is free and open to the public.
Come learn about Google’s unique culture and the non-technical (business) full-time and internship opportunities at the company, and how you can be a stand out candidate!
By attending this event you will have the chance to be selected for a one on one information session with Google.
Don’t forget to submit your resume for a chance for a 1:1 coffee chat with Google here: https://msu.joinhandshake.com/jobs/3135467
Elaine Castillo was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a degree in Comparative Literature. Her debut novel America Is Not the Heart was named one of the best books of 2018 by NPR, San Francisco Chronicle, Kirkus Reviews, The New York Public Library, The New York Post, The Boston Globe, Real Simple, Lit Hub, and more. It has been nominated for the Elle Award, the Center for Fiction Prize, the Aspen Words Prize, the Northern California Independent Booksellers Book Award, and the California Book Award. Her writing can be found in The New York Times, The Nation, Freeman’s, Electric Literature, Lit Hub, and elsewhere.