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Wed, Jun 12, 2024

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TBA Earth and Environmental Sciences Distinguished Speaker Series
Conferences / Seminars / Lectures
Ed Garnero Multiple scales of compositional heterogeneity in Earth's mantle: evidence for a dynamically evolving planetary interior
9:00am Mendeley Workshop
Training (MSU Main Library)
A basic introduction to the citation management program Mendeley. In this workshop, participants will learn how to: -Import refere...
12:00pm Student National Medical Association General Meeting
Student Events (EL A316, DMC G020, Macomb UC3 208)
SNMA General/Informational Meeting
12:00pm How to Engage You Audience with Visual Storytelling with Karl Gude
Special Events (MSU Main Library)
In the comic strip Dilbert, Dogbert says, "Information is gushing toward your brain like a fire hose aimed at a teacup!" Nowadays, all of us...
12:00pm Class of 2020
Student Events (East Lansing - Conrad Hall)
COMBANK Presentation by representative: Dr. Courey
1:30pm RAIND Quarterly Update Meeting
Conferences / Seminars / Lectures (Breslin Center, Rooms B & C )
Please join us at the RAIND Quarterly Update Meeting on September 22 at the Breslin Center, Rooms B & C Mingling with hors d'oeuvre &...
1:30pm Sustaining Community Capacity under Crisis: Flint's Civic Park Neighborhood
Conferences / Seminars / Lectures (303 International Center)
Speaker: Louise Jezierski, associate professor of social relations and policy at James Madison College, MSU. Host: Center for Gender in Glo...
3:00pm Compass Navigation
Training (MSU Main Library)
No cell signal?! GPS quit working!? Have no fear, it is still possible to find your way. We will teach you how to read the signs and symbols...
7:30pm We Foxes
Performing Arts (Dance, Music, Theatre, ...) (Wharton Center)
Presented by MSU Department of Theatre. Set in 1945 Missouri, this Southern Gothic musical tells the story of Willa, a tough, unmannered orp...