Traditionally, the coming weeks can be some of the most difficult for many college students. For some, academics may seem overwhelming, homesickness kicks in, roommate struggles may worsen, or winter break may end up being far different from expected. Having someone to talk to can be a smart first step toward working through an issue… Read More »
The Hellenic Adult Education Association (HAEA) is organizing a Summer Course titled “Transformative Learning through the Use of Art: Emphasis on the Use of Cinema, Fine Arts & Ancient Drama”. The Summer Course will be held in Crete, Greece between the 23rd and 29th of May 2019. For more information, visit their website.
Ever dream of sharing your experience, invention, or research on the TED stage? Now is your chance! Apply to speak at our Spring conference at the Wharton Center. This year’s theme is… Catalyst! A catalyst is something that encourages change and growth. From social catalysts to chemical catalysts, once present, a catalyst is prepared to… Read More »
The 2nd Annual Social Justice Art Festival is a one (1)-day event co-hosted by James Madison College (JMC) and the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities (RCAH). Art is a useful tool that encompasses multiple mediums and has the ability to inspire and convey messages that we often grapple with or relate to in… Read More »
This fall OISS is launching a new Thanksgiving Dinner Program, which will match MSU faculty and staff with international students and scholars to share a Thanksgiving meal. This will provide international student and scholars a unique opportunity to experience Thanksgiving dinner in an American home, and provide staff and faculty hosts with an opportunity to… Read More »
A new opportunity for graduate students with an interest in student activities including, but not limited to programming, student government, Greek Life, student organizations, leadership programs, and community service has been developed by the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA). The program is called eNGAGE, which stands for NACA Graduate Apprenticeship Experience. Their vision is host professional… Read More »
Interested in gaining experiencing with teaching a semester long course? EAD 315: Student Leadership Training is recruiting instructors to undergraduate students for Spring 2019. The course is an interactive lab course that introduces students to leadership story, skills, skills, self-awareness, communication, and diversity. This is a mentored teaching apprenticeship and instructors will receive ongoing support… Read More »
The Council on Ethnic Participation’s (CEP) Mentor-Protégé Program (MPP) invites you (graduate students, early career faculty, administrators, and senior faculty) to submit an application for participation in the 2018 CEP Mentor-Protégé Program. The CEP’s Mentor-Protégé Program (MPP) is intended to provide members of racially/ethnically minoritized populations with mutually beneficial mentoring relationships. To facilitate this process,… Read More »
Starting this year Graduate Student Life & Wellness will not be providing graduate specific group fitness classes for our graduate students. Instead, they have fitness memberships and group fitness passes available at a discounted rate. They went on sale 08/19 and are selling fast, so if you are just finding out, visit Chittenden soon!
The Ingham County Adolescent Diversion project has been providing quality, individual services to young people in Ingham County since 1976. The program is a cooperative effort between Michigan State and Ingham County, in which MSU students are trained to provide the services to the youth and family. To sign-up to be a mentor this… Read More »