Articles tagged “College of Arts & Letters”
On September 2, in celebration of College Colors Day, several university Twitter accounts had a Fight Song Tweet-A-Long. We've gathered their messages below so you can see the full conversation.
Juliette Givhan was able to follow her dream of an out-of-state education after receiving the STARR Scholarship.
Each month we curate a list of events and opportunities that may be of interest to you. This is your guide to things to see and do on campus (or online!) during the month of May.
MSU junior Hailee Ridge has discovered a passion for community through the support of an MSUFCU scholarship.
David M. Walton is the recipient of the Ruth Simms Hamilton Graduate Merit Fellowship, made possible through a generous donation from TIAA-CREF in honor of the late Dr. Ruth Simms-Hamilton.
The NIFS has been busy this winter. They assist students with nationally competitive scholarship applications. Several MSU students have been nominated and/or named as finalists so far this semester.
We're welcoming Samantha Ward to the USF staff. Hear more about her in her own words.
The 2014 President's Report shares the MSU student experience by following the daily lives of nine students throughout a semester.
Steven Stradley graduated with his master of fine arts degree in May 2013.
Sherrae Hayes is studying Urban Education as a University Enrichment Fellow at MSU.
Mark Balawender is an RCAH Fellow at Michigan State University.
Craig Merow is a doctoral student studying bioethics and philosophy at MSU. The University Distinguished Fellowship made it possible for him to relocate from his home in Pennsylvania to East Lansing.