MSU Events Calendar
|All day||Dear Mr. Mandela, Dear Mrs. Parks: Children's Letters, Global Lessons
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (MSU Museum - Main Gallery)
Michigan State University and the MSU Museum, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Museum and the Keeper of the Word Foundation, helped ci...
|Exploring Haiti and the 2010 Earthquake
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (3 West, Main Library)
An Exhibit from MSU Libraries: Exploring Haiti and the 2010 Earthquake offers an introduction to the history and culture of Haiti, the earth...
|Unpacking Collections: The Legacy of Cuesta Benberry, An African American Quilt Scholar
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (MSU Museum - Heritage Gallery)
This exhibition is an attempt to understand the work of Cuesta Benberry, one of America's important collector/scholars, through interacting ...
|"Avelution" Birds in the Development of Darwin's Theory of Evolution
Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...) (MSU Museum - West Gallery)
Naturalist Charles Darwin was strongly influenced by avian examples while he was developing the Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection. Bi...
|11:15am||Science at the Edge Seminar
Conferences / Seminars / Lectures (1400 Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg)
Interdisciplinary Physics Seminar by Sunney Xie, Dept. of Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Harvard University. Topic: Life at the Single Molecu...
|1:00pm||Center for Statistical Training & Consulting Workshop: Multi-Dimensional Scaling
Conferences / Seminars / Lectures (106B Wells Hall)
Would you like to draw pictures of your data, in ways that reveal structures that are not obvious from inspection of the data values, alone?...
|7:00pm||Listen to Your Heart: R CAHppella and the Center for Poetry
Performing Arts (Dance, Music, Theatre, ...) (Snyder Hall)
This concert and reading in celebration of Valentine's Day will feature R CAHppella singing love songs and various readers reading love poem...
|7:30pm||Spartan Dischords present Love Stinks
Performing Arts (Dance, Music, Theatre, ...) (Pasant Theater )
All Male A Cappella event raising money for Haiti and celebrating everyone's favorite commercial holiday.
|8:00pm||Two Small Pieces of Glass
Public Programs (Abrams Planetarium)
Four hundred years ago, Galileo was the first astronomer to use a simple telescope to look into space, revealing an infinite and perplexing ...