Saturday, April 9, 2016, 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM

9:30 Registration B-Wing Lobby Wells Hall
Coffee/Tea and rolls provided

10:00 – 10:20 Welcome Remarks and Reconnect B-119
Reconnect with alums

10:30 – 11:10 Session I
B-100 Linguistics Graduate Student Presentations
B-106 European Migration From a German Perspective
B-104 Contemporary Russia
B-129 The Current South China Sea Dispute
B-125 CeLTA Lab A One-Day Tour in China: Language and culture
B-135 CeLTA/CLEAR Open House with Activities for Children
B-243 Never Too Late To Learn About Korean

11:20 – 12:00 Session II
B-100 Why Japanese? Studying Japan in Michigan and Beyond
B-106 The Politics of Travel to the Middle East to Study Arabic
B-104 Germany from a Soccer Point of View
B-129 Inquiry-Based Learning in the Language Classroom/Teaching Hebrew
B-135 CeLTA/CLEAR Open House with Activities for Children
B-243 Refresh Your Russian in 40 Minutes
Atrium - 2nd Floor Linguistics undergraduate student poster session  

12:00 Lunch Brody Neighborhood Dining take shuttle to lunch location
(Lunch tickets provided to registered alums at registration table)
Reconnect with Alums in Your Major at Specific Major Tables

1:30 Catch shuttles back to Wells Hall

2:00 – 2:50 Session III
B-100 German Graduate Student Project Presentations
B-243 Meet and Greet with Mayen and Freiburg Study Abroad Alumni
B-342 Demonstration of MSU Chinese Language Learning Apps and Japanese Student Presentations on Japanese Culture
B-418 Neurolinguistics/EEG Lab Tour
B-441 Sociolinguistics Lab Tour
Atrium - 2nd Floor Linguistic Student Poster Session and Russian, Arabic and Persian Info Tables

2:50 Coffee Break B-Wing First Floor

3:00-3:20 Poetry Performance and Closing Remarks B-119 Wells
Students Read Swahili Poem "Rangi Zetu" (Our Colors) by Shaaban Robert

3:45 Meet in Wells B-Wing lobby for campus tour or free time

4:30 Happy Hour Cash bar at Beggars Banquet
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