Please join your colleagues on Thursday, July 28, 2022 for the public briefing of the National Academies' report. The public will have the opportunity to submit questions to the committee concerning the report.
The Undergraduate Research Office invites you to attend the 12th Annual Mid-Michigan Symposium for Undergraduate Research Experiences (Mid-SURE) on Wednesday, July 27th. Nearly 400 MSU and visiting students will share their research with the MSU community.
This in-person, 90-minute workshop will introduce graduate students and post-doctoral scholars to 5 core competencies for research team success. Through a mini-lecture and interactive exercises, we will learn from the emerging literature on research teams and from each other. Participants will leave with a mental framework for thinking about their teamwork, elementary skills in each of the 5 competency areas, a personal action plan for learning more, and new relationships with colleagues from across campus.
From June to September, MSU AgBioResearch and MSU Extension researchers and outreach specialists will be presenting at field days across the state, covering topics from hops and wheat to dairy and regenerative agriculture.
In celebration of the anticipated opening of the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) in May as a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science user facility, the public is invited to get behind the scenes at a special “FRIB Countdown” event on Saturday, 23 April.
The event will run from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., with the last tours starting at 4 p.m. It is free and open to all ages, and no appointment is necessary to participate.
This event features MSU’s researchers who reported an invention, licensed a technology or were awarded patents during the academic year. The presentation featuring this year’s awardees will be held at 5 PM with exhibits from 13 faculty researchers and 7 student innovation exhibits. Please forward this on to colleagues and those outside of MSU that you think would be interested in attending.
The grant writing and review process can feel daunting and difficult to navigate for early career investigators. Learn tips and best practices from experts on how to successfully craft a scientific proposal for federal grants, industry partnerships, and non-profit support.
University Outreach and Engagement and the Office of Research and Innovation are excited to announce a series of workshops this spring semester designed to help faculty, students, and staff understand and effectively respond to the National Science Foundation’s broader impacts criterion.
The Office of China Programs is pleased to present this symposium series that examines several high profile topics about China's emerging presence in the world to offer complexity, divergent and multiple perspectives, and analytic insight about China that goes beyond the headlines.