We want to make sure you have a great day as classes begin on August 28th! Stop by our table at the International Center for or in our office at Chittenden Hall and we’ll offer you a cup of coffee or tea and a smile! We’ll even have some snacks/giveaways to help get you through your day. See you then!
We are excited to share a great opportunity for MSU graduate & professional students and their guests to explore Potter Park Zoo in Lansing. Bring a friend, bring your family! You’ll meet COGS at the tour gate at the zoo. Together we’ll enjoy an hour-long program, including encounters with several Animal Ambassadors. After the program, all guests will be able to roam the zoo at their leisure up until the park closes at 5 pm.
August 9th @ 1:00pm COST: $2.00 per person. **SOLD OUT** (Limited quantity available. First-come, first-served.)
Purchase by and clicking on the COGS Storefront link (above). You will receive an email with further instructions once you purchase.
Directions & more information about Potter Park Zoo: https://potterparkzoo.org/admissions-directions/
If you have any questions, please email us at: email@example.com.
Try paddle boarding or kayaking FREE with COGS at the MSU Sailing Center on Friday, July 19th. We have two sessions to fit as many grad students as we can. Session 1: 3 to 4 pm and Session 2: 4 to 5 pm. *Can reserve for you and up to 1 student or non-student guest. Please bring MSU ID. Limited availability.
MSU Counseling & Psychiatric Services (CAPS) is running a sexual orientation and gender identity support group this summer for Graduate students. Cal 517-355-8270 if you would like more information.
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.
Location: Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center
March 29, 2019
8:30 – 4:00
Just a little over a month until the summit! This free summit is open to MSU faculty, staff, and graduate students at the Kellogg Conference Center.
There will be a continental breakfast and a plated lunch provided. We also have the option to attend the morning sessions, the afternoon sessions, or the full day!
RSVP Below today:
An NSF-funded program for training graduate Students
at the interface of
computational, data, and plant Sciences
5:00pm, Thursday, 2/7/2019
1200 Molecular Plant Science Building
Come to learn more about:
Who are we?
What are the program goals?
What are the program components?
What is required?
How to participate?
Our tour on February 22nd filled up so fast, we wanted to offer another opportunity to experience this fun and informative tour!
Friday April 19th @ 1:00 PM
Come on out and explore with the Council of Graduate Students and your grad/prof. student peers as we tour the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory and Facility for Rare Isotope Beams! You’ll even receive a COGS treat bag just for coming along! Event is free. Sign up today, space is limited.
RSVP Required: https://cogs.msu.edu/home/upcoming-events/ and click on the COGS Storefont link to reserve your spot on the tour.
Meet at NSC Lab: 640 S. Shaw Ln
Parking: Shaw Ramp is Recommended
The Council of Graduate Students is the authorized student government on campus representing all graduate/professional students at Michigan State University. Our mission is to promote the academic, social, and economic goals of graduate and professional students.
466 W. Circle Dr., Room 120
East Lansing, MI. 48824
Monday-Friday 9am – 5pm
Closed for lunch from 12pm-1pm