Research links impulsivity and binge eating
Do you get impulsive when you’re upset? If so, this could be putting you at risk for binge eating. According to Kelly Klump, professor of psychology at MSU and senior author, the more impulsive you are, the more likely it is you’ll binge eat when experiencing negative feelings.View story photos
Lydia Weiss appointed interim director of Women's Resource Center
Lydia Weiss, former educational program coordinator of the Women’s Resource Center, has been appointed as the center’s interim director, effective immediately.
Gran Fondo races to finish off skin cancer
In a full sprint toward increasing rider participation and fundraising for Michigan State University College of Human Medicine’s skin cancer research program, on Saturday, June 27, the MSU Gran Fondo will enter its third year of becoming West Michigan's biggest and best cycling event.View story photos
Michigan's University Research Corridor: Talent for a global economy
Michigan’s leading research universities are magnets for top-notch talent, attracting, developing and retaining highly skilled individuals to propel Michigan’s economy into the future, a new report confirms.View story photos
MSU High 5: May 28, 2015
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 MSU.
Tablets can help elderly cross the ‘digital divide’
New MSU research has found that the use of tablets makes it easier for the elderly to get online, breaking down some of the barriers that keep them from getting connected.View story photos
MSU track and field heads to Florida for East Region Preliminary Championships
MSU men's and women's track and field programs will be well represented at the 2015 NCAA East Preliminary Round this week at Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida.
Supernovas help ‘clean’ galaxies
Supernovas just might be the cleaning service of the universe. MSU-led research finds that these explosions that mark the end of a star’s life work hand-in-hand with supermassive black holes to sweep out gas and shut down galaxies’ star-forming factories.View story photos
MSU helps Asian immigrants adapt to life in U.S.
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, the fastest-growing racial group in the United States, face challenges in the areas of education, civil rights, language barriers, health and economic development.
Making a difference with science
Mark Voit and Megan Donahue, professors of physics and astronomy who are both internationally known for their research on galaxy formation, went to two of the most prestigious undergraduate institutions in the country (Princeton and MIT, respectively). But the couple, who met in grad school at the University of Colorado 30 years ago in March, feel a much deeper kinship with MSU than any other school.