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Past Events

Creating Inclusive Spaces for Students with Autism

On March 12th, we hosted Dr. Brad Cox, founder of the National College Autism Network, for a one-hour webinar focused on building inclusive spaces for students with autism.

Access the recording here.

Pathways to Science Series

The Council of Diversity & Community Speaker Series was designed to bring distinguished speakers from various STEM disciplines and various backgrounds to MSU to share their experiences. In addition to their scientific talk, each invited speaker also gave a "Pathways to Science" seminar, describing their experiences through their careers while meeting with graduate students and post-docs. Each seminar was cohosted by NatSci and one of the units.

List of Previous "Pathways to Science" speakers

March 16, 2017 (Mathematics): Dr. Federico Ardila

November 15, 2016 (Chemistry): Dr. Joan B. Broderick

January 13, 2016 (Chemistry): Dr. Lamont R. Terrell

February 25, 2016 (Physics and Astronomy): Dr. Jane R. Rigby

October 8, 2014 (Chemistry): Dr. Rena A. S. Robinson

Other Events

"Migrations of Islam"

Movie Screening and Discussion with the creators

Salah D. Hassan, Swarnavel Pillai

March 2017

(Co-sponsored by NatSci CDC and the Muslim Studies Program)

Book a Film Screening

Brave Space

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 from 7-9 pm

McDonnel Kiva (C107)

Brave Space was an open opportunity for the campus community to reflect and connect with one another around stressful and contentious situations. Administrators and advisors were on hand to listen to students’ concerns and worries in a safe and supportive space. Administrators and advisors were on hand to listen to students’ concerns and worries in a safe and supportive space. This coming together of community was designed to counter divisiveness that had been present in recent months nationally and across Michigan.