MSU Events Calendar en-us Year of Global Africa: Alumni University

Spartans from graduating classes celebrating 25 years and beyond are invited to return to campus for two annual reunion events. 50-year graduates will enjoy special recognition and gifts from the MSU Alumni Association. Registration will be open March 22-May 14, 2018. At that time, you will be able to select the events, tours and presentations and sessions you would like to attend. A $50 (per person) registration fee will cover the cost of the following and more: Opening Reception at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum (hors d'oeuvres and cocktails included) A continental breakfast on Monday, May 21, hosted by the deans of multiple colleges Tours of campus, new developments and projects Choice of two educational sessions Transportation between sessions Closing Reception at Cowles House (hors d'oeuvres and cocktails included) Choose from a variety of sessions and tours, including: Innovate Gov: Cultivating the Next Generation of Community Leaders MSU Then and Now: Current Issues in Higher Education From Aggies to Spartans: Object Stories and Storied Objects Tour The Global Year of Africa: New Faces of African Research at MSU Building Citizens Through Music Michigan State University - Advancing Michigan to a Place of Opportunity, Innovation and Prosperity The Entrepreneurial Mindset at MSU Debunking Food Myths MSU Library Tour: From Rare Books to Virtual Reality - Gems of the MSU Libraries What is Microfinance? Arts and Culture at MSU: Tour of Wharton Center See Photos from Last Year Providing Lifelong Enrichment for Spartans Sponsored by MSU Alumni Association ]]>
1521725037953 1 Administration MSU Alumni Association 05/20/2018 All day 12:00am 11:59pm 12:00 23:59 4 Alumni MSU Campus 50.00 Regina Cross 2018-04-04 10:46:59
Year of Global Africa: Alumni University session: New Faces of African Research at MSU

Come listen and be inspired by the next generation of MSU scholars doing research in Africa! Exchange ideas with these leading experts on topics from public health in Uganda, to food security in Nigeria, to Lesotho's development in southern Africa. This panel will give you a taste of MSU's ongoing commitment to African research and partnership - as we do research together that will make a difference. Presented by: Saweda Liverpool-Tasie, assistant professor, Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics; John Aerni-Flessner, assistant professor, Residential College in the Arts and Humanities; Mieka Smart, assistant professor, Flint Public Health; Ruth Mbabazi, research assistant professor, Department of Entomology; Sarah Evans, assistant professor, Department of Integrative Biology; and African Studies Director Jamie Monson will serve as the panel moderator. ]]>
1521726362798 1 Administration MSU Alumni Association 05/21/2018 10:00am - 12:00pm 10:00am 12:00pm 10:00 24:00 4 Alumni 303 International Center Regina Cross 2018-04-04 10:02:46