The program, called the Michigan-Chile Investigative Journalism Program, is made possible by a grant provided by the U.S. State Department and U.S. Embassy in Chile. It will take place from May 30 to June 10 and is the second time the program will take place at MSU.
MSU Climate Change Team discuss Michigan environmental issues people are facing across the state.
The Graduate Employees Union, or GEU, of Michigan State — a labor union made up of graduate students employed by the university — held a teach-in rally to shed light on its salary proposal, the ongoing contract negotiations taking place with MSU administration and other issues.
Information collected in the survey will be anonymous. Invitations to participate in the voluntary survey will be sent out via email Tuesday, however, the final survey report is not expected to be available until fall 2019.
The Digital Scholarship Lab offers technology-based workshops, teach-ins and assistance to instructors, students and the university community at large — serving as a space on campus where anyone can come to explore technology.
From world-building to coding, a lot goes into videogames before they can move from production to the screen. The Game Studies Guild at Michigan State aims to educate the community about the history behind games, the politics involved, as well as the social aspects such as accessibility, racism and the role of LGBTQ representation in games.
During its final week at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University, Media Artist Kuai Shen’s “0h!m1gas: A Biomimetic Stridulation Environment” art installation took part in an “altered tour.”