Sunday, November 9th, beginning at 6:30pm
Join us at the Abrams Planetarium on Sunday, November 9 to write about, illustrate, and create representations of what hunger means to us. Bring your family and friends—children and teens welcome!—and one non-perishable food donation item per person to participate. We’ll collectively write in an inspiring environment, thinking about how we experience hunger in our lives, and how the world around us experiences hunger.
This event is sponsored by the Writing Center at MSU, Abrams Planetarium, the Humanities Without Walls initiative, and the Greater Lansing Food Bank. You can visit the event’s Facebook page for updates.
Monday, September 9, 6pm-9pm
Monday, October 20, 6pm-9pm
Monday, November 17, 6pm-9pm
(all open houses in the North Neighborhood Writing Center, MSU Union Rm 41)
Want to work on your English speaking skills? Need one-on-one help with grammar or writing?
Stop by the North Neighborhood Writing Center in Room 41 of the MSU Union (garden/ground level) for one of our Monday night open houses! You can come whenever you’d like, and stay for as long or as short a time as you’d like—no appointment needed! We’d love to meet you.
Navigating the PhD (October 11 and November 14, 2014; February 7 and April 11, 2015)
These Navigating the PhD interactive writing workshops are designed to help you develop an individualized plan for graduate writing, especially comprehensive exams, dissertation proposals, and dissertations. For more information on these workshops, please see our Navigating the PhD page, or contact the Graduate School at email@example.com. All NtP workshops run from 9am-4pm, unless otherwise specified.
Navigating the Master’s Degree (September 6, 2014; Spring Semester 2015 dates to be announced)
This interactive writing workshop, given at least once a semester, is designed to help students develop an individualized plan for understanding graduate school more generally and graduate writing more specifically. This workshop is designed for students in both the early and latter years of their master’s degree study. All Navigating the Master’s workshops run from 1pm-5pm, unless otherwise specified.