Community Development in Peru Published: Thursday, 26 Apr 2012
Providing opportunities for interdisciplinary teams of students to engage in community-based research and development projects in agricultural and engineering, Irving Widders, professor of horticulture, and Brian Thompson, professor of mechanical engineering, have started a study abroad program to examine and meet the needs of underserved communities in the Andean highlands. Successful projects include: fruit crop promotion, ecotourism education, marketing of commodities and water-heating
Awards Ceremony to Highlight International Achievers Published: Wednesday, 22 Mar 2006Eleven MSU faculty, staff, alumni and students, and two members of the greater Lansing community, will be honored at the universitys annual international awards ceremony on Wednesday, March 29. The public ceremony, to be held on the third floor of the MSU International Center, begins with a 3:30 p.m. reception and will be followed by a 4 p.m. awards presentation. MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon and Provost Kim A. Wilcox are among those scheduled to give remarks. The event, now in its 16th y
MSU Federal Credit Union Scholarships Support 47 Students for Study Abroad Published: Thursday, 05 May 2005In 2004, the MSU Federal Credit Union established a $2.5 million endowment for MSU study abroad scholarships. This endowment has greatly increased available scholarship funds for MSU students studying abroad. Forty-seven students were awarded scholarships to study abroad during winter break 2004-2005, spring semester 2005, and summer semester 2005. Below are the scholarship award recipients (with major, program, and destination) announced during the endowments second year.
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