RHS has posted this handy Covid Protocols info sheet. For complete information on MSU policies and resources around the pandemic, please visit: https://msu.edu/together-we-will/
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Patients are most likely to match someone of their ancestry.
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For more information on the caps connect or other services offered by CAPS check out their website.
When you’re not sure how to handle an issue or you just want to talk something out, CAPS Connect can help.
Free, confidential 10- to 15-minute consultations with a CAPS counselor. Virtual and in-person appointments are available. See the schedule and sign up at qrco.de/capsconnect
If you are in crisis, call (517) 355-8270 and press “1” at the prompt to speak with a crisis counselor.
Fresh. organic vegetables all semester long
August 26 – December 16
Full Share: $576 for 16 weeks of seasonal produce
Half Share: $340, pick-up every other week
At the farm: No contact, drive through pickup Thursdays, 3:30 – 6:30 PM
Bailey Greenhouse: No contact, grab and go pickup 1:30 – 4:30 PM
Here is a little more about the program:
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture and acts as a seasonal membership to the farm. In exchange for a weekly share of incredibly fresh, tasty, organic produce, members of the Student Organic Farm CSA are also directly supporting transformational learning opportunities to MSU students.
At the beginning of each season, our CSA members pay in advance for a weekly share of vegetables from the farm. This model benefits the farm’s cash-flow and allows us to purchase the supplies needed to produce our crops in some of the tightest months of the year. Members receive a variety of produce each week, which exposes them to new vegetables they may not otherwise experience. We are able to curate shares based on what is abundant any given week. We keep records to ensure our members receive the value of what they paid for at the start of the season.
We offer a drive-through distribution on the Farm, as well as a pick-up on Campus in front of Bailey Greenhouse. Both options are low-contact methods developed last year to minimize any Covid risk. We are also able to arrange for a drop off to offices, sorority or fraternity houses, as well as local residences if there is group of 5 or more members interested in picking up there.
On July 19, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. EDT, the College of Nursing is hosting a CONversations Series webinar. Instructors Angela Floyd, MSN, RN, AGCNS, CCRN and John Mailey, MSN, RN, A-GNP-C, CCRN will discuss the topic, Vaccination Hesitation: From the Eyes of a Black Provider. As Black healthcare providers in Detroit, Michigan, Floyd and Mailey will walk through the history of inequity and the challenges that their community is facing. Attendees will have time to ask questions during the 15-minute Q & A session towards the end of the presentation.
CORES (Council of Racial and Ethnic Students) & COPS (Council of Progressive Students) Coalition, would like to invite you to their Press Conference on June 23rd at 5PM. The Coalition will be starting at the Rock and walking to the Hannah Administration building and will include student stories and perspectives. All are welcome.
Grad students: Want to learn how to communicate your science more effectively? Network with fellow grads and peers? (See website: https://comscicon.com/comscicon-michigan-2021)
We’re getting together an excellent set of programming for participants including (but not limited to) panels on science policy, workshops on science illustration and publication, and of course our keynote from Dr. Mónica Feliú-Mójer on principles and strategies of culturally relevant science communication!
ComSciCon-MI 2021 will be held over three mornings August 20th-22nd, 2021. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to email us (email@example.com) or find us on Twitter (@ComSciConMI)! Additional information can also be found on our website.
ComSciCon-MI 2021 is organized by graduate students at the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Wayne State University, and Carnegie Mellon University. We are grateful for contributions from the following sponsors, without whom we couldn’t offer this workshop:
University of Michigan (UM): Life Science Institute, Industrial & Operations Engineering, Chemistry Department
Michigan State University (MSU): Department of Entomology, Institute for Integrative Toxicology, Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, BEACON, Office of Research and Innovation, Council of Graduate Students
Wayne State University (WSU): Department of Biological Sciences, Biomedical Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU): College of Science, Biological Science Department
NOTE: The deadline has for applications for the fourth annual Communicating Science Conference for Graduate Students and Postdocs (ComSciCon) in the Michigan and Pennsylvania region has been extended to 11:59pm EDT on June 7th, 2021. The application consists of only a few short answer questions, outlined at https://comscicon.com/comscicon-michigan-2021-application. If you missed the deadline to participate, you can still ATTEND the conference! Don’t miss out!!
All members of the MSU community are invited to attend a DEI Town Hall focusing on concerns of Graduate Students and Postdocs from the APIDA/A community, “From Outrage to Action,” held on Wednesday, May 26, 2021 from 5 pm ET via Zoom Webinar. The Zoom link is here (ID: 994 2443 8402; Password: 378644), with no registration required.
There is an anonymous form for people to submit comments/questions/concerns in advance of the meeting (access here).
Flyer available here.
MSU Inidan Student Organization and Indian graduate students from various departments and colleges along with alumni at Michigan State University (MSU) have come together to raise awareness and support for the Covid-19 crisis happening right now in India. They have created a fundraiser to support the great work of five reputable non-profits, whose staff and volunteers are risking their lives to help Covid 19 patients and communities affected by the crisis.
Any donation amount is welcomed and will help support families and communities ravaged by the ongoing pandemic.
For more details of the organizations that we are supporting and payment link to the fundraiser, please visit – https://gofund.me/7b8b7bbc
This annual workshop series is organized by graduate students, for graduate students, and is focused on science communication skills. The goal is to empower future leaders in technical communication to share the results from research in their field to broad and diverse audiences, not just practitioners in their fields. ComScicon-MI is organized by graduate students at MSU, University of Michigan, Wayne State University and Carnegie Mellon University. Apply here to participate.
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.
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