Michigan State University (MSU) is proud to host the 2014 NACUFS Midwest Regional Conference, “Culinary Excellence: Connection to Success.” Located in East Lansing, Mich., MSU was founded in 1855 and was the first institution of higher learning in the United States to teach scientific agriculture. Nearly 48,000 Spartan students from all 83 counties in Michigan, all 50 states and 130 countries worldwide live or dine on our campus each year.
By 2014, MSU will have nearly completed its Dining Master Plan renovations, and conference attendees will have ample opportunity to visit the new residential dining and retail dining venues across campus.
Through a partnership with the city of Lansing, the Radisson Hotel (in Lansing near the Capitol) will serve as conference headquarters hotel while a short, covered walk across the beautiful Grand River will take guests to the Lansing Center for interest sessions, an opening banquet and Showcase. Downtown Lansing provides a wide range of locations for the ever-popular late-night NACUFS networking. On Monday, the day will be spent on campus for meals, interest sessions and the Culinary Challenge, hosted at Holden Hall.
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