CANADIAN OF THE MONTH - ALEXANDRE BILODEAU Published: Sunday, 31 Jan 2010

    In spirit of the XXI Olympic Winter Games currently taking place in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, I’ve decided to pick a member of the Canadian National Olympic Team. However, this is not just any average athlete. He is extraordinary! He is also an extraordinary person as well. Not only is he a current gold medalist but he is a national hero! Without further adieu... Our Canadian of the month is freestyle skier and the 2010 Men’s Moguls Olympic gold medalist Alexa

    University Faculty to Explore Great Lakes Transportation Transformation, New Initiative Published: Tuesday, 26 Jan 2010

    MSU, the University of Michigan and Wayne State University are collaborating in the design of a broad-based, multi-disciplinary research agenda focused on the transportation of transportation in the Great Lakes.
    Critical issues crossing the U.S. and Canadian boundaries are expected to be addressed. Among them: alternative energy development, regional economic development, urban transit.

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    Internationals get spooky at American Culture Night Published: Thursday, 29 Oct 2009
    Its spooky, its scary and its a truly cultural experience. Participants saw the spooky side of American tradition at the latest American Culture Night hosted by the Visiting International Professional Program at MSU.
    Tags: china  uzbekistan  russia  
    U.S. Net neutrality move could affect CRTC rules Published: Tuesday, 22 Sep 2009

    U.S. regulators want to lay down new rules to ensure that Internet traffic is treated equally, a move that could put pressure on the CRTC to do the same in Canada.

    Sophie Milman Published: Friday, 20 Mar 2009

    This beautiful, multilingual talent released her self-titled debut in 2004, which has since sold almost 100,000 copies worldwide, hit the Billboard Top 5 in Canada and the Top 15 in the United States, and topped the iTunes charts in five different territories. The Canadian Studies Center was pleased to co-sponsor with the Canadian Consulate General-Detroit in conjunction with the Wharton Center for the Performing Arts, an evening with Sophie Milman.

    2009-2010 Canadian Studies Grant Opportunities Published: Thursday, 01 Jan 2009

    The 2009-2010 competition for the Canadian Studies Grant Program in support of study and research on Canada is now open. The grant program aims to enhance and sustain the study of Canada and Canada-U.S. relations; to encourage research, exchanges, teaching, and dialogue; facilitate student mobility; and foster collaboration between researchers in the U.S. and Canada.

    The ISP International Awards Ceremony Published: Thursday, 13 May 2004
    Recognizing and celebrating outstanding contributions toward international understanding.
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