NEA Big Read Program kicks off at MSU
The National Endowment for the Arts, or NEA, Big Read kicks off its month-long programming in the mid-Michigan area at 7 p.m. on Thursday in the Green Room of MSU's Main Library with a screening of “What Happens to a Dream Deferred.”
Reflect, connect, support
MSU is committed to supporting survivors of sexual violence and fostering change.View story photos
MSU Music presents ground breaking chamber ensemble
yMusic, an ensemble of six instrumentalists from New York City, will be performing at the Fairchild Theatre in the MSU Auditorium at 8 p.m., April 6.
Capstone thesis production 'Dog Act' runs March 16-25
Written by American playwright Liz Duffy Adams and directed by Christina Traister, associate professor of acting and movement, "Dog Act" is a capstone thesis production featuring the 2018 MFA Acting candidates in MSU's Department of Theatre.
Calling all birding enthusiasts, field ornithology course opens
The W.K. Kellogg Bird Sanctuary’s field ornithology course is currently open for registration. Birders of all skill levels will learn something new from the course, which has been offered every year for the past 10 years with great success.
Muslim Mental Health Conference to focus on civil justice abuses in Washington, D.C.
The Muslim Mental Health Conference, an international meeting established at MSU 10 years ago, has grown in size and scope.View story photos
24th Annual Race for the Place 5K to Benefit MSU Safe Place
The Race for the Place 5K is the largest annual fundraiser for MSU Safe Place, allowing the program to continue to provide vital services to MSU and greater Lansing community members who experience relationship violence and stalking. This year's event will be held on April 15.
Patricia Gurin to speak at ‘MSU Dialogues’ kickoff event
MSU Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives is welcoming Patricia Gurin, diversity researcher and pioneer in intergroup dialogue, as the keynote speaker for the “MSU Dialogues” kickoff event.View story photos
Fate of the Earth Symposium calls for student artwork
The Environmental Science and Policy Program at MSU is inviting K-12, undergraduate and graduate students to contribute artwork to its premier annual event, the Fate of the Earth Symposium, held on March 24 at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center.
Supplier expo to boost minority business partners
In a move to underscore MSU's commitment to inclusion, University Services will host a Supplier Inclusion expo.View story photos