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Published: Monday, 16 Jul 2018
Author: Mary F Firdawsi
Department: Center for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies

RUS 231: 19th Century Russian Literature in Translation


Fellows at Hunter Park GardenHouse, with manager Egypt Krohn

Published: Friday, 13 Jul 2018
Author: Katie Deska
Department: Office of the Dean

Working at their internship sites four mornings a week, the fellows began to gain experience and quickly picked up new ideas to implement upon their return to East Africa. While working side-by-side, fellows and internship hosts exchanged best practices, shared anecdotes that revealed similarities and differences among approaches to agribusiness, and laughed together as they got to know one another.



Published: Wednesday, 11 Jul 2018
Author: Youth Empowerment Program
Department: Office of the Dean

MSU is looking to expand its African Scholars Program to beneficiaries in North-East Nigeria. Along with the Nigerian government, MSU is co-developing a program that will demonstrate the university's power to implement activities related to the education, entrepreneurship training, job placement, mentoring, and leadership development of Nigerian Scholars.



Published: Tuesday, 03 Jul 2018
Author: Youth Empowerment Program
Department: Office of the Dean

Michigan State University's Global Youth Advancement Network (GYAN)and Alliance for African Partnership (AAP) hosted an essay contest for African youth during the summer of 2017 titled "The Africa We're Creating." GYAN is publishing many of the essays in an inspiring collection that illustrates the youth's vision for Africa, and the role they must play in order to achieve it.



Published: Tuesday, 03 Jul 2018
Author: Youth Empowerment Program
Department: Office of the Dean

Rellika Kisyula was at the top of his class and less than two semesters away from graduating with a bachelors degree inMedia and Information when an accident threatened to derail him. His response to the adversity was an impressive and inspiring display of resilience.



Published: Friday, 29 Jun 2018
Author: Youth Empowerment Program
Department: Office of the Dean

Young Innovators in Entrepreneurship and Leadership Development (YIELD), a Global Youth Advancement Network (GYAN) initiative, is pleased to present its YIELD Shop Webinar Series. This series of monthly webinars will help young entrepreneurs access and maximize opportunities in the rapidly evolving agri-food systems of Africa by equipping them with knowledge and best practices for small business management and growth.



Published: Thursday, 28 Jun 2018
Author: Cheryl Ann Benner
Department: Office for Education Abroad

Alaunie Smiley is expanding her wings to explore and experience China. Alaunie, a zoology major and Chinese minor, is participating in a Chinese language program in Harbin, China. The courses she takes in China will allow her to complete her minor and give her real world use of her Chinese language skills.



Published: Tuesday, 26 Jun 2018
Author: Mary F Firdawsi
Department: Center for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies

Tony Olcott, visiting Assistant Professor at James Madison College, passed away after a sudden illness last week.


On Saturday June 16th, VIPP took a trip to the Ford River Rouge Assembly Plant and to the Henry Ford Museum.

Published: Wednesday, 20 Jun 2018
Author: VIPP
Department: Visiting International Professional Program

On Saturday June 16th VIPP took a trip to the Ford River Rouge assembly plant and Henry Ford Museum. This field trip was a part of Ian Leighton's class Exploring Michigan where the students are able to supplement their learning with many fun and insightful field trips.


Siyabulela Mandela

Published: Wednesday, 20 Jun 2018
Author: Lisa Devon Fruge
Department: African Studies Center

Join University Outreach and Engagement as they welcome Siyabulela Mandela to MSU. Mandela is a South African scholar and diplomat from Nelson Mandela University and former youth pioneer at the Nelson Mandela Museum in Mthatha. He will engage a conversation with MSU students around activism, politics, and cultural heritage.