Understanding and responding to imposter syndrome
Valerie Young, an internationally-recognized imposter syndrome expert and author of the book "The Secret Thoughts of Successful Women," will be visiting MSU and speaking at several events planned to better support the campus community.View story photos
Brumm, Lynn F.
Lynn F. Brumm, professor emeritus of the College of Osteopathic Medicine Department of Family and Community Medicine, died Feb. 16. Brumm joined the staff in 1977 and retired in 1997.
Flooding impacts campus; some classes relocated
Warmer temperatures and strong rains are leading to flooding on MSU’s campus, causing road and parking lot closures as campus personnel work to mitigate potential flood damage along the Red Cedar River. Classes in several buildings also are being relocated.
Annual Comics Forum returns to campus
The annual MSU Comics Forum will host its main on-campus events Feb. 22-24.View story photos
Two student roundtable sessions provide important forum
Two separate student roundtable events will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Feb. 21 and 26 in the MSU Union Ballroom.
Spartan women celebrate seniors against Wisconsin
MSU women’s basketball will conclude the regular season portion of the home schedule, hosting Wisconsin at 7 p.m. on Feb. 21.
No. 2 Michigan State tops Illinois 81-61, seals share of title on Senior Night
Sophomore guard/forward Miles Bridges scored 19 points to lead three players in double figures as No. 2/1 MSU used a big second half to pull away from Illinois for an 81-61 victory, clinching at least a share of the 2018 Big Ten Regular Season title.
Spore formation model could help advance medicine
MSU scientists have produced experimental and modeling results that shed light on how a particular type of enzyme functions during spore formation, potentially advancing human health and disease research.
Civil rights icon Dolores Huerta joins MSU's eighth annual César E. Chávez commemorative celebration
MSU will host its eighth annual César E. Chávez Commemorative Celebration on Feb. 27. The day of events honors Chávez's life and work as a labor leader and civil rights activist, and highlights leaders from MSU and the Metro Lansing community.View story photos
MSU appoints new legal team as Bob Noto retires
MSU announced today a new legal team as Bob Noto announced his retirement as MSU’s vice president for legal affairs and general counsel, effective March 5, 2018.