POSTPONED TO FUTURE DATE TBD: International Employee Resource Group: A Day at the Museum: Data Visualization, Science on the Sphere – Learning about the World through Data Visualization (In Person)
Date: Postponed to Future Date TBD | Time: TBD | Location: TBD
Due to the tragic events that occurred on MSU’s Campus, this event has been postponed to a future date TBD.
We will meet at the WorkLife Office located at 479 West Circle Drive Linton Hall, Suite 116 East Lansing, MI 48824. We will walk over together to the Museum. You are welcome to meet us directly at the museum. The Michigan State University Museum is located in East Lansing at 409 West Circle Drive, immediately east of Beaumont Tower and just north of the main library.
There is limited metered parking in front of the MSU Museum. In addition, on the weekends there is limited free parking available in designated faculty/staff parking spots — see marked signs. Additional visitor parking: Grand River Avenue Parking Ramp No. 6
*If you require any special assistance, please call the MSU Museum at (517) 355-2370 two weeks before your visit.*
An Employee Resource Group is a free employee-led group (open to all MSU employee types including faculty, academic, support staff, and post-docs) that fosters inclusivity and builds community for those with common lived experiences by providing group discussion and learning opportunities, programming, and platforms for sharing resources.
The International Employee Resource Group (International ERG) is a place for Spartans to connect, and discuss everyday issues, relationships with friends and family, and campus and community connections. The ERG engages in social activities that will help to build community. The International Employee Resource Group will meet every 3rd Thursday of the month (unless otherwise noted on the calendar due to university holidays or other conflicts).
- Receive tangible evidence of the diversity of nature and human cultures throughout the world.
- Learn about synoptic representative groups of historic and contemporary objects of everyday non-Western life.
- View the material culture of a broad array of indigenous ethnic groups from six continents, with a regional forte in African material culture.
- Visit the history collection, numbering 100,000 objects, which encompasses the material culture of nineteenth- and twentieth-century everyday life, with a focus on the United States and particularly the Great Lakes region.
About the MSU Museum
Since 1857, the Museum has been collecting objects and specimens and creating exhibitions that reflect our shared histories and experiences. Collections and exhibitions are used as a catalyst in teaching, learning, and research creating a vital collaboration for student and faculty success. Administratively at Michigan State University, the MSU Museum operates within the newly established University Arts and Collections unit within the Office of the Provost.
Sample Exhibits include:
- Through contributions of more than one dozen national and international artists, scientists, and researchers, the 1.5 ° Celsius Exhibition and its supporting public programs explore the global climate crisis. For more information, please go to https://museum.msu.edu/?exhibition=1-5-celsius
- We All Live Downwind is an exhibition of photographic collages created by Detroit artist and legal activist Shanna Merola. Her images are made up of photographic images that are cut and assembled, formed into sculptures, and flattened and then photographed and digitally flattened. For more information, please go to https://museum.msu.edu/?exhibition=we-all-live-downwind
Please go to https://museum.msu.edu/visitor-information/ and read the visitor’s Information. It provides important information for visitors including safety precautions.
To learn more about the Museum or to view upcoming events please go to https://museum.msu.edu/special-events/