State Room wins award of excellence for 11th year
The State Room Restaurant, inside of the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, is a recipient of Wine Spectator magazine’s "Best of Award of Excellence" for the 11th consecutive year.
Youth employment opportunities rising in African agrifood systems
According to a new study published by MSU, Sub-Saharan Africa’s agricultural sector is rapidly changing and can be a key driver of youth employment and economic transformation.
MSU to lead multi-university language learning effort
Michigan State University will use a three-year $1.2 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to lead a multi-university research project to improve the teaching of less commonly taught languages, or LCTLs.View story photos
Adolescent exposure to drugs, alcohol fuels use in adulthood
Teenagers who have easy access to drugs and alcohol in the home are more likely to drink and do drugs in their early and late 20s, finds a new study by MSU sociologist Cliff Broman.View story photos
MSU’s Lunt receives Crosby Professorship of Chemical Engineering
Richard Lunt has been appointed to the Johansen Crosby Professorship of Chemical Engineering at MSU.View story photos
MSU criminologist investigates public safety consolidation
In the first comprehensive work of its kind, a Michigan State University criminologist has completed a study on the implementation and outcomes of public safety consolidation – the merging of a city’s police and fire departments.View story photos
Department of Art, Art History and Design accepts submissions for an ehibition about time and space
MSU's Department of Art, Art History and Design is looking for drawings that explore and engage with concepts of time and space for their upcoming exhibition, "Between Two Points."
Mike Sadler Legacy Football Scholarship Fund established
In honor of the late Mike Sadler and through the cooperation of the Sadler Family, Michigan State Athletics has established the Mike Sadler Legacy Football Scholarship Fund to honor the former Spartan football student-athlete (2011-2014) who earned first-team All-America and All-Big Ten honors as a punter and was the only four-time Academic All-American in school history.View story photos
Accessing a murder victim’s smartphone to help solve a crime
Last month, when the MSU Police Department approached professor Anil Jain to see if he could access a fingerprint-locked deceased man’s smartphone to aid in a police investigation, Jain accepted the scientific challenge. On Monday, July 25, it was mission accomplished – Jain and his team unlocked the phone.View story photosView story videos
An appreciation for Mike Sadler
It was universally assumed, and agreed upon, that Mike Sadler would make it in whatever endeavor he chose. The only reason to worry about his future was the unexpected, which came tragically on a rain-slickened road in Wisconsin late Saturday night.