Painful lesions may make giraffes more vulnerable to lions
In the wild, most adult giraffes are capable of fending off lions. Evidence from Ruaha National Park, however, suggests that’s changing.View story photos
Expert available to discuss World Health Day 2015: Food Safety
The changing landscape of food production and trade create new threats to food safety faster than ever before. MSU researcher Felicia Wu is tackling this challenge head on, and is available to speak on several topics for WHO’s World Health Day on April 7, 2015.View story photos
Aerial Powers named AP Honorable Mention All-American
MSU women's basketball player Aerial Powers added to her ever-growing collection of postseason honors Tuesday with Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American accolades
Learn about molecular biology in May
Graduate students, professors and researchers interested in molecular biology are invited to register to attend a new course being offered at MSU, Teaching Methods for Gamete and Embryo Molecular Biology. The course runs May 10-16 on campus in Anthony Hall.
Final Four pep rally to take place April 3 in Indianapolis
Join fellow Spartans at the MSU Final Four Pep Rally to support Coach Izzo and the men’s basketball team as they prepare for the Final Four.
Lifting families out of poverty – with dignity
America’s welfare state is quietly evolving from needs-based to an employment-based safety net that rewards working families and fuels dreams of a better life, indicates a new study led by a James Madison College scholar.View story photos
Nursing grad is active supporter of college
Shawn Malburg Dunn graduated in 2005 from the College of Nursing at MSU with a Bachelor of Science in nursing. During Dunn's time as a student and since graduation, she has remained an active supporter of the college.
4-H Capitol Experience leaves lasting impression on teenage participants
More than 80 teens from across the state experienced and explored various aspects of policy, civic engagement and leadership at the annual 4-H Capitol Experience, March 22-25.
Classes Without Quizzes set for April 25
Imagine using physics to treat Parkinson’s or genes that control the size of jeans. Get an insider’s look into some of the latest research happening on MSU’s campus at Classes Without Quizzes on April 25.
NSF continues funding for MSU-led physics institute
An institute based at MSU that studies, among other things, how the elements found throughout the universe first came to be, has been renewed for funding by the National Science Foundation.View story photos