Lansing's 'Communication on Tap'

Please join your colleagues and neighbors for a night of fun and awesome speakers during our first-ever Communication on Tap event! 

The event will take place at Dublin Square on March 13th from 5 - 7 pm. Bring along some friends and colleagues for free appetizers and grab a drink (alcoholic or not) and discuss insights into communication from top MSU researchers in a fun and engaging atmosphere. These are not your normal research talks.

Our featured speakers will include Dr. Bill Donohue, Dr. Nancy Rhodes and Mr. Perry Parks. Dr. Donohue will discuss why conflict is paradoxical and how we can use critical conversations to solve these paradoxes. Dr. Rhodes will share her research on risky driving behaviors, and Mr. Parks will discuss what it means that journalists have the freedom to do what they want but often feel forced to cover topics they’d rather not. His research is based on an analysis of 125 years of journalism textbooks.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to enjoy a few drinks and appetizers with your friends and learn from our fields’ top researchers!

Communication on Tap is sponsored by MSU’s Health and Risk Communication Center, the Ellis N. Brandt Chair Lecture, and the MSU Coll