Writing Proposals for International Dissertation Research Grants

Open to all MSU graduate students – US and foreign – planning to write proposals for funding dissertation or pre-dissertation research abroad for deadlines in 2018 or 2019 – especially the IIE Fulbright, Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Abroad, NSF, and Ford Minority Fellowships. Free at the workshop: Funding Catalog for Graduate Student International Research Handout: “Secrets… Read More »

Graduate Student Writing/Discussion Group: Global Learning Experiences

A group of College of Education graduate students who are interested in or currently writing about global learning experiences (study/teaching abroad, international student experiences, global perspectives in teaching, learning and curriculum) meet twice per month. The group typically meets on the second and fourth Fridays of the month from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. The… Read More »

#FeesMustFall & Advancement of Social Justice

Featuring Professor Adam Habib, vice chancellor of the University of Witwatersrand, South Africa Professor Habib has over 30 years of academic, research and administration expertise, spanning five universities and multiple local and international institutions, boards and task teams. He has been working with government, students and other stakeholders to find solutions to the recent wave… Read More »

ENGAGE 2018: International Alumni Reunion

Michigan State University and the MSU Alumni Club of Indonesia invite alumni and friends from around the world to ENGAGE: International Alumni Reunion on May 11-13, 2018 to celebrate Spartan accomplishments in agriculture, education, and capacity building. Dr. Satish Udpa, MSU Executive Vice President for Administrative Services and University Distinguished Professor, and Dr. Siddharth Chandra, Director of the MSU Asian… Read More »

MSU & DEI Joint Research Colloquium

The Office of International Studies in Education is hosting a joint research colloquium between the MSU College of Education and Dayalbagh Educational Institute (DEI) in India. The college recently established a link with DEI, and this event will be a wonderful opportunity to begin to learn more substantively about research interests of DEI colleagues, hear… Read More »

Teaching Abroad Panel & Resource Fair

This information session is designed for students from all majors who are interested in teaching abroad. You will hear from panelists who have participated in a variety of teaching abroad experiences, and also have the opportunity to: Explore teaching abroad options Hear from representatives of various organizations and experiences JET Program Refugee Development Center Fulbright… Read More »

ISSP Information Session

The International Student and Scholar Support Program (ISSP) was developed in partnership with an international counseling organization (Morneau Shepell) to offer support in terms of acculturation and counseling. ISSP is free to use, confidential, available 24/7, and counseling is provided in English, Mandarin, Korean, Arabic, Spanish and over 55 other languages. Join the University Physician, Counseling… Read More »

Learn at Lunch Series: International Students in the Classroom

International Students in the Classroom: Nationality in the Era of Nationalism Bring your lunch and join the conversation, ask questions and LEARN! Everyone is welcome. Moderator: Elizabeth Matthews, Office for International Students and Scholars Speakers: Gabe Ording, Integrative Studies in Social Science; Patricia Walters, English Language Center; Jim Lucas, Undergraduate Education Many international students come… Read More »