LATTICE Newsletter #1 (September 2019)

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LATTICE WEBSITE

Check out our new website!!! Is the same internet address but different style. You will find useful information about our sessions, link for registration, annual reports, our 2019/2020 brochure and much more!!!

www.lattice-world.org

REGISTER FOR THIS YEAR PARTICIPATION IN OUR SESSIONS!

We want to know if you are planning to join our sessions for this academic year. This registration doesn't mean that you compromise to come to all session, is just for our records and logistics. 

Our first session will be on September 26 at Waverly High School (160 Snow Rd, Lansing, MI 48917) from 12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.

On this session, we are going to introduce Global Education and having the opportunity to work with great guest from MSU. Soon we will share more information. 

Do you want to register? Click here

You don't know when the other sessions will be? Check it out! 

LATTICE BOOK CLUB

Hello everyone,

 

Our first LATTICE Book Club for the 2019-2020 year is coming up in less than 3 weeks!  I hope you can come!

 

It will be on Thursday, September 19 from 4:30 - 6:00 at the East Lansing Public Library, 950 Abbott Rd. 

 

We will be discussing the book Sachiko: A Nagasaki Bomb Survivor's Story by Caren Stelson.   Our guest will be Dr. Susan Griffith.  Susan is on the Board of Directors of the Jane Addams Peace Association, and a Professor Emerita at Central Michigan University.  Susan has been a member of the Jane Addams Children's Book Award for many years. 

 

This is part of Peacequest Lansing 2019. You can find more of the events happening this month here:  https://peacequestgreaterlansing.org/event-schedule/

 

LATTICE Book Club member Paul Bach shared this great resource for use with the book: a webinar with the author put on by the Five College Center.

 

I look forward to seeing you all again!  Please let me know if you can come.

 

I hope your start of school year is going well!

 

See you soon,

 

Mary Hennessey

LATTICE Book Club

PeaceQuest Greater Lansing 2019 has begun!  

 

PLEASE FWD, POST, INCLUDE IN NEWSLETTERS, AND PLAN TO ATTEND :)

 

There are lots of excellent events and programs. Families can take part in the Peace Pole Pursuit, Lansing Harmony, "ALL FAMILIES!" and more. “Grown Ups” can be engaged in a great variety of programs almost every day of September. Many events are listed on this flyer, but check the web site for more - and for updates throughout the month.

 

The PeaceQuest planning team would greatly appreciate you helping to spread the word by forwarding this email, by posting it in newsletters of any groups/departments/organizations of which you are a member, and by printing and posting the legal-sized flier below.  

 

If you know of an event that should be on the PeaceQuest calendar, please let us know (through me or the website.)

 

https://peacequestgreaterlansing.org/event-schedule/

 

THANKS in advance for whatever you do to help this be the most-attended PeaceQuest ever!   

Lynn Bartley

p.s. if you see the electronic PeaceQuest billboards around town, send me an email! (lynnawb@aol.com)

Year of Global Africa

This year, MSU is celebrating the year of Global Africa! There will be multiple events and we especially want to invite all our interested members to a Symposium on African Youth Lives and Livelihood. This event will be on Friday, September 13th from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM at Erickson Hall.

For more information about the Year of Global Africa, click here

68th Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs (MCAA) Annual Meeting

October 4 - 6, 2019
Michigan State University 

 

Early registration for the 68th Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs is now open. Please visit our MCAA Registration page for more information

The MCAA seeks to promote Asian Studies at the university, secondary, and primary levels, and particularly to encourage scholarly interchange between Asianists in the Midwest as well as with those from other parts of the country and the world. Scholars and students from all regions are invited to participate.