NSF awards $1.75 million for fungal-plant research at MSU
A team of MSU researchers is investigating Mucoromycota, an ancient lineage of fungi, that have been found beneficial for plants.View story photos
It’s On Us sexual assault action week features events to empower students
MSU students, faculty and community partners will participate in several empowering and educational events during the It’s On Us Week of Action from Oct. 23-27.
MSU Greeks welcome trick-or-treaters
MSU’s Greek community is eager to contribute to memory making through their annual Safe Halloween event, which will take place 5:30 – 7:30 p.m., Oct. 26 on M.A.C. Avenue between Burcham Dr. and Linden St. The event is free and open to the public.
MSU contributes to merging neutron star discovery
MSU contributed to this week’s blockbuster science story – the observation of merging neutron stars, which made headlines around the globe.View story photos
MSU scientist leads NOAA-funded effort to better predict droughts
An MSU climate scientist is leading a federally funded effort to create a better system for predicting droughts, which cause billions of dollars in direct losses to the U.S. economy every year.View story photos
MSURx brings thought-provoking and inspirational talks
This year marks the fourth annual MSURx, a series of thought-provoking talks hosted by the MSU College of Human Medicine on Friday, Oct. 20
MSU Abrams Planetarium grant to fund meteorite display
MSU’s Abrams Planetarium will use a grant of nearly $100,000 to build an interactive display in its lobby.
Death by a thousand cuts? Not for small populations
We’ve all heard Darwin’s theory described as favoring the fittest, but new research from Michigan State University shows that, at least in small populations, it’s ok to not be the best.View story photos
MSU stepping up police presence, security at campus events
In light of concerns both nationally and internationally, MSU Police are stepping up security efforts for campus events, including a no-bag policy for all events at indoor athletic facilities, effective with Midnight Madness at the Breslin Center on Oct. 20.
Facebook Live with Tyler Oakley
In case you haven’t heard, Tyler Oakley, 2011 graduate of the College of Communication Arts and Sciences, is back to give some love to his fellow Spartans as the 2017 Homecoming Grand Marshal. Oakley will be Facebook Live streaming at noon, Oct. 19, with some of the folks on MSU’s social media team.