MSU School of Packaging Career Fair
January 27th and 28th, 2016
Thank you for your interest in the students at the School of Packaging at Michigan State University. The School of Packaging will be holding its annual career fair on January 27th and 28th at the Kellogg Center. Please use the following link to register for the fair: https://msu-csm.symplicity.com/events/SoPCF2016
We are handling payment processing slightly different this year. As you complete your registration, you will be asked if you want to pay by check or by credit card.
For payments by check: You will be issued an invoice with your confirmation e-mail. The invoice is payable immediately upon receipt. Once payment is received and processed you will receive an updated invoice showing payment. This is your proof of registration for the fair.
For payments by ANY Credit Card: As there are numerous requests for alternate payment methods besides Visa or MasterCard, the decision has been made to process all credit cards through the MSU Career Fair payment site. Please paste the following link into your browser which will direct you to the MSU career fair credit card payment site:
1) Click on Career Fair/Event Payments
2) Click on the School of Packaging Career Fair
3) Complete the requested information.
Once your card is processed the system will automatically send you a receipt. Once the payment has been entered into your event registration you will be forwarded the payment receipt under a separate e-mail.
Thank you again for your continued support of the students of the School of Packaging!
POSITIONS OPEN AT THE SoP (open until filled):
Assistant Professor, Polymer Chemist (Tenure Faculty) Position now open at the School of Packaging: Please read the following PDF document for position description and follow the link in the PDF to apply.
Fixed-Term Faculty Position now open at the School of Packaging: Please read the following PDF document for position description and follow the link in the PDF to apply.
Arlington, VA (October 5, 2015) – First place winner of the 2015 Glass Packaging Design Competition at Michigan State University School of Packaging is the student team of Justin Browne, Sydney Gort, Kevin Peters, and David Whaley. The winning team beat out 64 other student teams with their distinctive egg-shaped, clear bottle design for Huy Fong’s Sriracha hot sauce brand.
The School of Packaging is pleased to announce that three students have won scholarships from national associations.
The MSU team of seniors AnnMarie Yaccarino, Jillian Bickley, Max Skradski, and Genevieve Gagnier won 2nd place for their proposal of a packaging line dedicated to package and ship a fictional pharmaceutical company’s new fast-dissolve OTC product.
The MSU team of seniors AnnMarie Yaccarino, Jillian Bickley, Max Skradski, and Genevieve Gagnier won second place for their proposal of a packaging line dedicated to package and ship a fictional pharmaceutical company’s new fast-dissolve OTC product.
The Institute of Materials Minerals and Mining has awarded its 2015 International Medal to Ron Iwaszkiewicz