March 18, 2019
English Partners in Communication (EPIC)
Come out and join us for EPIC's class where experienced teachers and communication partners will teach nonnative speakers substantial speaking practice!
$15 fee for course material at registration on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 @6:30 in Wells Hall B-wing near B110.
Classes are every Tuesday and Thursday from March 12 - April 18.
Tickets Go On Sale at Noon for COGS Annual Detroit Tigers Bus Trip
COGS will soon be hosting their annual trip to Comerica Park for the Detroit Tigers' Opening
Weekend! Join your fellow graduate and professional students on Sunday, April 7th for some Detroit Tigers Vs. Kansas City Royals action! Game time is 1:10 pm. Cost is $25 and includes: game ticket, round-trip charter bus transportation from MSU campus, and a food voucher.
Tickets go on sale March 18th at Noon. We have a total of 100 tickets available for purchase, first-come, first-served. Sale ends when the last ticket is sold. Limit 2 tickets per transaction.
To purchase, please go to our website Events tab: http://cogs.msu.edu/news/upcoming-events/ and click on the "COGS Storefront" link.
MSU SCICOMM + MSU Broad Art Lab
MSU SciComm is a student organization aimed at promoting awareness of the different realms of science communication and providing opportunities for students to engage in them. This year we are bringing a unique opportunity to the East Lansing community. MSU SciComm and the MSU Broad Art Lab are seeking researchers interested in sharing their research with the community through science-art (SciArt). We aim to facilitate collaboration between scientists and local artists to create a platform where the pair can produce a work of art and share it with the community in Fall 2019. Some funding and space to work will be provided.
The theme of this program is "Life"; all art or science that fits within that framework is welcome. Interested scientists should submit project abstracts to msuscicomm.org/sciartexhibition no later than March 8th. Abstracts will be posted on the website for artists to view after submissions have closed. An information session will be held on March 18th, 6 - 7:30 PM in Erickson 228 to provide more information. The end of the session will include a session where artists and scientists can discuss potential projects.