'Avoiding Trouble with International Travel' seminar set for Wednesday afternoon
As a globally engaged institution, Mississippi State encourages its students, faculty and staff to pursue research and academic opportunities around the world. While there is an inherent risk associated with all travel, certain destinations call for heightened caution and additional preparation.
Join the university's Office of Research and Economic Development for an "Avoiding Trouble with International Travel" seminar on Wednesday [Sept. 30] from 1:30-3 p.m. in the Bost Extension Center theater.
Session topics include:
* The U.S. Passport — Your Most Valuable Travel Document
* Do's and Don'ts of Photography
* Legal and Illegal Gifts
* Ins and Outs of Hotels
* Traveling with Medications
* And more.
Neal Lewis, director of the Office of Research Security at Mississippi State, will lead the presentation.
Online registration for this session and others is available at www.research.msstate.edu/workshops.