MSU Interdisciplinary Faculty Research Presentations

The Office of the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies periodically hosts informal, late afternoon events to showcase ongoing faculty research. Each presentation is brief, offering the assembled faculty an overview of the research thrust, with ample time for questions and networking. The motivation for these events is to form new collaborations for possible research projects and proposal submission.

These events are Co-Sponsored by the MSU Center for Interdisciplinarity... The MSU Center for Interdisciplinarity (C4I), located in the College of Arts & Letters, is an academic center of excellence for interdisciplinary activity. C4I works to maximize college and university strengths in interdisciplinary research and teaching and serve as a hub for interdisciplinary activity on campus. 

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Faculty with suggestions for Research Forums should learn more about hosting an event and complete this form to submit an idea.


Quantum Information Science, Mar. 23

Humanities and the Health Sciences, Mar. 30 

Vice President of Research and Graduate Studies Stephen Hsu explains the purpose of these interdisciplinary events in the video below.

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