Education Abroad in Tanzania

January 17, 2018

Dear Kinesiology Majors:

The MSU College of Education is pleased to announce a two-week education abroad experience in Tanzania in May 2018.

Applications are now open and review will begin 1/29/18.

To learn more about the program and access the link to apply, please visit the program website (https://msucoetz.wordpress.com/)  or contact one of the faculty leaders: Karl Erickson (kte@msu.edu), Margo Glew (glewmarg@msu.edu), or Mary Anne Reid (reidmar2@msu.edu).

Get more information by attending the College of Education Tanzania Trip Information Night.

MSUCOE Tanzania Trip Information Night

Fri 1/19/18

4:00-5:00 pm

133F Erickson

Let us know you are coming! Facebook Event

https://msucoetz.wordpress.com/

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Finding a Summer Research Opportunity

Wednesday, Jan 17: 5:30-6:30 pm, 306 Bessey Hall

There are a variety of summer opportunities available for students.  Programs are hosted by colleges and universities around the United States and they provide an intensive research experience on a particular topic within a scholarly discipline. Participants generally work with an advisor on a research project over the duration of their respective programs (usually 10 to 12 weeks). Many host universities cover all expenses (including travel, accommodations, and food) and provide a stipend. For undergraduates with plans for graduate or professional school after MSU, summer research provides the opportunity to expand your professional network and acquire experience in an area of interest. In this workshop, you will learn more about summer research, the benefits of participation, and effective search strategies, including how to find and apply for opportunities.

 Learning about Undergraduate Research

Monday, Jan 22: 5:30-6:30 pm, 316 Bessey Hall

Make research an integral part of your Spartan saga! Come learn about the opportunities available for involvement in research and creative activities at Michigan State. You can expect a short presentation, discussion, and Q & A facilitated by current undergraduate researchers. This workshop will be repeated on February 20th at 7:00 PM.