In honor of the great rivalry football game between MSU and U of M this weekend, we wanted to invite anyone in town for the game to stop into the Quello Center on the 4th floor of the Communication Arts building! Take a moment to connect with current Quello Center Director Bill Dutton, enjoy some hot coffee and great discussions on upcoming collaboration efforts.
If you can’t join us, please feel free to stop by any of our upcoming events!
Upcoming Events (local and immediate, and further ahead in Washington DC):
- October 28th, 2014 at MSU: “Agency Independence and Partisan Politics: The Case at the Federal Communications Commission” – lecture by Associate MSU Professor Ryan C. Black and MSU Law Faculty Adam Candeub
- March 27th, 2015 in Washington D.C.: “Digital Age Public Service and Information Leadership: Opportunities, Challenges, and Prospects” -David A. Bray
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- The winner of the MSU/U of M game will receive the Paul Bunyan trophy. The trophy was first presented to winner MSU in 1953 by then Govenor G. Mennen Williams. Since then, MSU has won the trophy 23 times and U of M has won it 35 times.
MSU has some ground to cover- go green!
Alison Keesey, MPP
Quello Center Coordinator, The Department of Media and Information, The College of Communication Arts and Sciences, Michigan State University