MSU alum receives National Medal of Technology and Innovation
A graduate of the MSU College of Engineering has received the National Medal of Technology and Innovation, one of the country’s highest honors for achievement and leadership in science and technology.
Prepare for battle with Spartan Performance
On Tuesday, Dec. 2, Spartan Performance will be preparing athletes and the general public for a battle in nutrition as it holds its Sports Nutrition 101 seminar from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Eyde Building located at 4660 S. Hagadorn Road, East Lansing.
MSU High 5: Nov. 20, 2014
Here's today's MSU High 5 – a morning hello and the fastest way to get you up to speed with what's happening at Michigan State University.
Bad marriage, broken heart?
Older couples in a bad marriage – particularly female spouses – have a higher risk for heart disease than those in a good marriage, finds research led by an MSU sociologist.View story photos
'Broken' exhibition in LookOut! Gallery showcases horrors of human trafficking
The exhibition “Broken,” showcased in the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities’ LookOut! Gallery, tells the shocking stories and facts about human trafficking.
Spartan cross country teams set sights on NCAA Championships
The MSU men's and women's cross country teams will wrap up one of the most successful seasons in program history on Saturday afternoon at the 2014 NCAA Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Indiana.
In the past week or so, I’ve shown up at my boss’s fancy party in pajamas, been pushed down the stairs by a co-worker, had another co-worker put a huge snowball in the passenger seat of my car, had the words I was typing keep disappearing from my computer and captured a serial killer using a dull knife and my flip phone from 2005. Well, those things didn’t actually happen—only in the bizarre dreams I’ve been having. I don’t always remember my dreams, but I’ve certainly been on a run lately. What’s that? Um, I guess you could say I’ve been a little stressed at work lately—what makes you ask? Yeah, yeah, I see it. It doesn’t take a genius to analyze those dreams. Being unprepared, having obstacles put in my way, disappearing work, slaying a monster—I should probably take some vacation time soon. At least I haven’t had my most common recurring dream lately. You know the one, where you have a final exam and realize you forgot to go to class all semester? For me, it’s always math. Always. Sometimes college and sometimes high school but it’s always some difficult math course.View story photos
Alan Beretta: Leading Brain and Language Connectivity
In my time at MSU my research has involved looking at various aspects of neurolinguistics, a very general term that encompasses any effort that seeks to determine the relation between language and brain. For instance, that could be brain damage leading to language deficits; a number of colleagues and I have looked at that in various languages.View story photosView story videos
Haobing Zhu: Bridging the Cultural Divide
Haobing Zhu studies piano performance in the College of Music under piano professor Deborah Moriarty. A native of Wuxi, Jiangsu, China, Zhu teaches at the MSU Community Music School and was a 2013 recipient of the MSU Excellence in Diversity Award.View story photosView story videos
Circle Drive Sunset
A dazzling sunset lights up East and West Circle Drive on Nov. 10, 2014. Photo by Derrick L. TurnerView story photos