Some of you may find this experience interesting and useful for future career efforts.


On behalf of the AIS Conference Organizing Committee, I am writing to invite you to the 2014 Association for Interdisciplinary Studies Conference – “Interdisciplinary Public Problems, the Global Community and Diversity” hosted by Lyman Briggs College at the Kellogg Center.

Different panels, workshops and sessions will take place every day from 8am – 4pm in diverse topics in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Education, Engineering, Business and Language Arts. You’ll hear from interesting scholars who will present their interdisciplinary research and findings to address current societal and global problems. This is also a great opportunity to learn why an interdisciplinary education is the most effective way to solve the current problems we face and share it with your students as they prepare to enter the workforce.


Cost for MSU Employee or student $50 - before Oct.1st.

After Oct. 1st - $75


To register please click on the link below:


For more information see the Preliminary Program in the PDF file.

Thank you for your attention.


Any questions contact

Nicolas Gisholt – [log in to unmask] – Academic Advisor, College of Social Science

Mark Largent – [log in to unmask] – Associate Dean, Lyman Briggs College

Colleen Tremonte – [log in to unmask] - Professor – James Madison College

Aaron McCright – [log in to unmask] – Associate Professor – Lyman Briggs College and Dep. Of Sociology

Eric Aronoff – [log in to unmask] - Associate Professor - RCAH



Nicolas Gisholt, MSW | Academic Advisor

Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Science and Global and Area Studies

Center for Integrative Studies, College of Social Science

Michigan State University

509 E. Circle Drive - Berkey Hall Rm. 302

East Lansing, MI  48824-1111


Phone:  517-353-3125;  Fax:  517-432-1103

E-mail: [log in to unmask]


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