MSU Study Abroad Fair
Sept. 20, 12-6 p.m.; Second floor, MSU Union
Start planning your globetrotting future by touring MSU\’s host of study abroad options on all seven continents.
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Sept. 23, 2-4 p.m.; Clarence Lewis Arboretum
Sushi, calligraphy, martial arts, and Japanese music will all be featured at the fourth annual Japanese Picnic. The event is free of charge and is sponsored by the Asian Studies Center.
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Sept. 26, 7-8:30 p.m.; Espresso Royale Cafe
Held every Wednesday, Kaffestunde offers an opportunity to play German board games, read German magazines, and engage in friendly German conversation. The MSU German department serves as host to the party.
Sept. 28, 5 p.m.; Room 206, Old Horticulture
Based in Brazil, this movie tells the story of the torture and murder of a fashion designer\’s son. The film will be shown in Portuguese and is an installment of the Romance Languages Film Series.
Gendered Processes of Adaptation: Understanding Parent-Child Relations in Chinese Immigrant Families
Sept. 28, 1:30-3 p.m.; Room 305, International Center
Professor Desiree Qin from the Department of Family and Child Ecology will present her research on the topic of immigration, adaptation and gender. This lecture is an installment of the GenCen Colloquia Series which presents new research on women and gender from both local and global perspectives. The series is presented by the Center for Gender in Global Context.
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