International Scholar Showcase
Thank you for participating in our first annual International Scholar Showcase! The Showcase gives all international scholars a chance to share their work (creative or scholarly) in different forms whether that be through art sculptures, posters, interactive online game, picture frames or a video screened on a laptop or Ipad. No matter if you have done your work through a credit experience, through employment or through another program, you are welcome to register for the Showcase and present your work!

The International Scholar Showcase will be held Friday, April 21st 11:30am-1pm. You are invited to stay and talk with observers about your work, or you may simply leave your work for display. You are welcome to also bring supplemental materials for distribution, such as a flyer or brochure.

If you are intending to submit your work, please complete and submit this form no later than 5pm Friday, April 7th. Space is limited so please submit your work proposal soon.

Date: Friday, April 21, 2017; 11:30-1pm
Location: International Center, Room 115
Cost: FREE

Name
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Last name
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Email
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Phone number
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Level of Study
Field of Specialization
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Department Associated With
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Faculty Advisor's Full Name
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Faculty Advisor's Email
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Title of Work
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Please provide an abstract (brief description) of your current work or projects you will be sharing.
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Method of presentation
Presentation Group
Enter "N/A" if presenting individually. Otherwise, if you are part of a group of students presenting together, list the other students in the group.
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How would you like to present your work?
Please bring your poster to the Office for International Students and Scholars in the International Center 427 N. Shaw Lane, Room 105.
What materials do you need to present your work? (ex. easel)
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Communication regarding the Showcase will be by email so be sure the address you use when registering is an account you check regularly. (Also check its “junk” folder.) For more information contact Shy Wren at wrenshyt@msu.edu
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