CHAE Speaker Series presents "Black Lives Matter at MSU: History, Issues, and Social Change"
The Spring 2017 Speaker Series, presented by CHAE, features key topics and issues of importance in the higher education landscape.
Join us! All are welcome!
Black Lives Matter at MSU: History, Issues, and Social Change
Thursday, April 13, 2017
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
252 Erickson Hall
The Black Lives Matter movement has unfolded in cities and on campuses globally and nationally, as well as locally in Michigan. BLM is writing a new chapter in Black people's struggle for liberation. This panel will reflect on the origins of the movement, what it has accomplished, where its energies should be focused, and what implications it has for campuses like MSU.
Dr. Denise Maybank
Vice President for Student Affairs and Services, MSU
Dr. Tamara Butler
Assistant Professor, Department of English and African American & African Studies Program, MSU
Ashley A. Carr
Junior, Interdisciplinary Studies - Community Governance and Advocacy;
African American & African Studies minor
Ann Austin Receives $2.7M in NSF Grants for STEM Education
Dr. Ann Austin receives $2.7M in NSF grant to Improve Undergraduate STEM Education
The Fall 2017 Raines Colloquium
The Raines Colloquium hosts distinguished scholars and practitioners within student affairs, adult education, and higher education for a series of lectures and discussions with students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the Department of Educational