Local business turns Greek roots into recipes
Esther Koukios grew up cooking Greek cuisine. In 2009, Koukios and a couple friends decided to take their passion and share it with local businesses, friends and family by catering fresh homemade Greek dishes, soon to be known as Greek to Go. Four years later, Esther took over the business herself with big plans and a little help from Michigan State University’s Product Center.View story photos
New team to lead undergrad student success efforts
The Office of the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education has appointed a new team to lead and accelerate undergraduate student success initiatives.View story photos
NSF grant to help financially strapped engineering students
A $1 million National Science Foundation grant will help second- and third-year engineering students with financial needs continue on their paths to graduation.
Many kindergartners struggle with self-regulation
Many children are still learning to control their behavior as they enter kindergarten and may need educational support to develop that critical skill, indicates one of the most conclusive studies to date of early childhood self-regulation. MSU scholars co-authored the study.View story photos
The gift of the present
New York native and University Distinguished Fellow Joyce-Zoe Farley believes that examining the past can unlock answers for the future.View story photos
$1.5M gift from McLaren establishes first endowed chair of nursing at MSU
McLaren Greater Lansing has made a $1.5 million gift to MSU to establish the College of Nursing’s first endowed chair position.View story photos
MSU football falls at Maryland, 28-17
LJ Scott had a big day on the ground for the Spartans, finishing with 128 yards and a touchdown.
No. 20 soccer completes undefeated home season with win over Northwestern
The Spartans celebrated Senior Day with their eighth home win this season.
Author Evan Thomas to speak at Blanchard Forum at MSU
Distinguished author, journalist and historian Evan Thomas will be the featured speaker at the Gov. Jim Blanchard Public Service Forum on Oct. 31 at MSU.View story photos
MSU Asian Studies Center celebrates East Asian traditional performance arts Oct. 25-27
MSU Asian Studies Center’s most ambitious cultural program, “Join the Beat,” will celebrate East Asian traditional performance arts in a synergistic way Oct. 25-27.