Gifting Spartan merchandise does good
When purchasing officially licensed Spartan merchandise, that purchase is going to a good place: supporting student scholarships and student programming. In fact, every cent, minus the cost of operations, goes directly back to our MSU community.
Spartans move up to No. 16 in College Football Playoff Rankings
Following its 17-7 win over Maryland last week, MSU moved up one spot to No. 16 in this week’s College Football Playoff rankings, the CFP committee announced Tuesday night.
Wharton Center offers sensory-friendly performances
The Wharton Center for Performing Arts at MSU offers sensory-friendly performances to provide children with autism spectrum disorder and other sensitivities the opportunity to enjoy live performances and activities.
Making a difference every day
Alumna Almay Alday is one of the 352 Spartans who made recurring monthly gifts to MSU last year. It’s the kind of support that helps ensure that critical support is in place for students, day in and day out. And, it’s a great reflection of the ways that MSU remains part of Almay’s everyday life too.
$1 million gift creates deductive literacy professorship
A $1 million gift from Daniel Van Haften will create a faculty position in deductive literacy, the first privately funded endowed professorship in Michigan State University’s mathematics department.View story photos
Give thanks during MSU's upcoming Give Green Day
Give Green Day is a 24-hour campaign to engage Spartans and friends across the world in giving back to support students at MSU.View story photos
Associate professor named AAAS Fellow
John Besley, associate professor in the Department of Advertising and Public Relations, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, or AAAS.View story photos
Refining pesticides to kill pests, not bees
Researchers at MSU's entomology department have unlocked a key to maintain the insecticide’s effectiveness in eliminating pests without killing beneficial bugs, such as bees. The study, featured in the current issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, shows that molecular tweaks can make the difference.View story photos
2017 Global Focus photo contest winners
This year’s Global Focus photo competition highlights original photographs taken by Spartans who have traveled the world.View story photos
Onions hold key to plant disease management for Cambodian scholar
Plant diseases are a major limiting factor for crop production and food security in Cambodia. Part of the problem is that the resources and human expertise needed to manage the diseases are in limited supply.View story photos