MSU experts can discuss Supreme Court immigration ruling
MSU experts can discuss the Supreme Court's June 23 ruling that essentially prevents President Obama's excutive actions on immigration from going into effect.View story photos
Pollination progress: MSU researchers work to protect bees
It’s been four years since MSU AgBioResearch entomologist Rufus Isaacs and his team set out to find methods that could help growers ensure their crops were pollinated in the face of rising threats to traditional honey bee colonies. They've since made discoveries to help preserve, protect and educate people on the issue.
MSU experts can discuss Supreme Court's affirmative action ruling
MSU's Philip Pucillo and Patricia Marin can discuss the June 23 ruling by the Supreme Court that the University of Texas may consider the race of student applicants in a limited way to build a diverse student body.View story photos
MSU’s Smith named NCA Distinguished Scholar
Sandi Smith, a professor in Michigan State University’s Department of Communication and director of the Health and Risk Communication Center, has been named a 2016 Distinguished Scholar by the National Communication Association.View story photos
Kim Bruno named head women’s tennis coach
Bruno comes to MSU after 11 seasons at Northern Arizona.View story photos
Spartan alumnae heading to Rio
Two Spartan alumnae are heading to the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio.
Valentine named Big Ten Jesse Owens Athlete of the Year
The Lansing native is the third Spartan to be named the Big Ten's top male athlete.View story photos
Students earn national recognition for public service
Two MSU programs and 23 students have been awarded the national Presidential Volunteer Service Award for completing 100 or more hours of volunteer service within a one-year time frame during the 2014-2015 academic year.
MSU Law alum receives top honor from American lawyers
Michigan State University College of Law alumnus Dennis Archer, ‘70, has been awarded the prestigious American Bar Association Medal.View story photos
MSU Law trustee funds online free speech resource center
MSU Law’s First Amendment Law Clinic is the only clinical program in the country solely dedicated to the protection of student speech and press rights. Now, a $500,000 donation from leading Michigan attorney and MSU Law Trustee Richard D. McLellan will expand the clinic’s impact nationwide by creating a Free Expression Online Library and Resource Center.View story photos