MSU High 5: Sept. 3, 2015
Here's today's Michigan State University High 5 – a morning hello and the fastest way to get you up to speed with what's happening at MSU.
Honoring a football legend
Michigan State University Archives and Historical Collections and the MSU Retirees Association will host a free public preview and discussion of the documentary “Through the Banks of the Red Cedar” on Sept. 10 at Conrad Hall, 888 Wilson Road.
Internationally known researcher to head MSU department
Dimitar Deliyski, an international leader in the field of voice and speech disorders, has been awarded the designation of Michigan State University Foundation Professor.View story photos
MSU opens season at Western Michigan Sept. 4
The Spartans open their football season against Western Michigan Sept. 4 at Waldo Stadium, with kickoff slated for 7 p.m. on ESPNU.
MSU to help train school leaders in Azerbaijan
MSU has partnered with a growing university in Azerbaijan to improve training for that nation’s education leaders.View story photos
MSU researcher earns prestigious award for combating sexual violence
MSU psychology professor Rebecca Campbell has been honored again for her groundbreaking research on violence against women. End Violence Against Women International said Campbell will receive its 2016 Visionary Award specifically for her research into sexual assault and the response of legal, medical and mental health systems to the needs of rape survivors.View story photos
MSU improves timeliness of Title IX investigations as government report released
The Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights, investigating MSU since 2011 for its handling of student Title IX complaints, has found the university was not timely enough in resolving two of the cases, an issue OCR acknowledges MSU has improved significantly since the investigation began.
Helping toddlers understand emotion key to development
The simple parenting strategy of helping toddlers understand emotion may reduce behavioral problems later on, finds a federally funded study led by an MSU researcher.View story photos
MSU High 5: Sept. 1, 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.
Husband, wife team making big impact on study of little animals
For a combined 105 years, Richard Snider, a professor of integrative biology, and Renate Snider, an assistant professor in the College of Natural Science, have been at MSU studying “little animals.” To ensure that their work and the work of others will endure, they have made a $1 million planned gift.