An inside look at North Korea through ex-tutor to Kim Jong Il (/news/?id=198) Published: Friday, 16 Apr 2010Attendees of Kim Hyun-Sik's lecture Friday were able to catch a rare glimpse of the hermit culture and strict regime of North Korea through the eyes of Kim--a professor at George Mason University in Washington, D.C. and once-tutor to North Korean ruler Kim Jong Il.
Internationals get spooky at American Culture Night (/news/?id=167) Published: Thursday, 29 Oct 2009
Its spooky, its scary and its a truly cultural experience. Participants saw the spooky side of American tradition at the latest American Culture Night hosted by the Visiting International Professional Program at MSU.
New Book Provides Insights and Challenges Myths about Women in Eurasia (/news/?id=155) Published: Tuesday, 23 Jun 2009Gender Politics in Post-Communist Eurasia, a new book published by MSU Press, provides a sweeping perspective on and incisive analyses of womens status in the two decades since the fall of the Soviet system.
MSU Federal Credit Union Scholarships Support 47 Students for Study Abroad (/news/?id=38) Published: Thursday, 05 May 2005In 2003, 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. In 2004-2005, forty-seven students were awarded scholarships to study abroad. For the list of the scholarship award recipients (with major, program, and destination) announced during the endowments second year, see complete article.
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