Articles tagged “Spartan Reads”
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 August.
Looking for a book to read? How about something written by a fellow Spartan?
Megan Gebhart is a recent Marketing graduate who embarked on the “52 Cups of Coffee” project. A year-long series of interviews of people from every walk of life.
Gary Morgan, director of the MSU Museum, recommends a book that is 50 years old this year, but as relevant as the day it was published.
Dr. Cynthia Jackson-Elmoore was named Dean of the Honors College in fall, 2007. she first came to MSU in 1994, and has had appointments in the urban affairs program, the Department of Political Science, and the School of Social Work.
So far the books we’ve featured in Spartan Reads have been for current Spartans. But what about Future Spartans?
This edition of Spartan Reads brings recommendations from Deanne Hubbell. Deanne graduated from MSU (“many years ago,” by her own account) with a degree in English and a minor in history.
In this week’s Spartan Reads feature, Karen Klomparens recommends a book for her colleagues, and for others.
In this edition of Spartan Reads, Bill Beekman features three of his favorite books from three unique genres.
This week marks the start of “March is Reading Month,” that time of year when schools across the country plan activities and competitions to encourage students to read.
In this edition of Spartan Reads, Katie Kelly features books helpful to both students and alumni who are (or plan to) be working in the business world.
Friday, March 2 is Read Across America Day.