Does religion protect against suicide?
Religious participation is linked to lower suicide rates in many parts of the world, including the United States and Russia, but does not protect against the risk of suicide in sections of Europe and Asia, finds new research by an MSU scholar.View story photos
MSU student receives Excellence in Medicine Minority Scholars award
MSU College of Human Medicine student Anita Arthur is a recipient of the 2017 American Medical Association Foundation’s Excellence in Medicine Minority Scholars Award.View story photos
Toys help kids heal at MSU pediatric clinic
An MSU pediatric health clinic that manages care for children and young adults with cancer and certain blood diseases has been spreading cheer to their patients through a partnership with The Bottomless Toy Chest.View story photos
MSU earns host of top-10 global rankings
Michigan State University landed 11 top-10 rankings from the Center for World University Rankings.View story photos
Eating your feelings? The link between job stress, junk food and sleep
Stress during the workday can lead to overeating and unhealthy food choices at dinnertime, but there could be a buffer to this harmful pattern. A good night’s sleep can serve as a protecting factor between job stress and unhealthy eating, finds a new study co-authored by an MSU psychology scholar.View story photos
Grand Prize winners selected for University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum
An MSU undergraduate student and a recent MSU graduate were awarded the Grand Prize by the University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum for recognizable research.View story photos
Renowned MSU expert on London fire
Venkatesh Kodur, MSU professor of civil and environmental engineering and a globally recognized expert on structure fires, can speak to the deadly London high-rise fire on June 14.View story photos
Laura Bix: Making a difference
I believe that the best solutions to problems occur at the intersection of art and science. This belief, coupled with the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship in the field of packaging, and my father’s work in the field, were central to my choice to be a packaging major.View story photos
MSU Gran Fondo funds promising skin cancer studies
MSU College of Human Medicine researchers are conducting three promising studies that could lead to new treatments for skin cancer, including melanoma, the deadliest form.
MSU earns national recognition for food allergy program
MSU was awarded the 2017 Best Overall Food Allergy Program Award from AllerTrain at the National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago.