MSU men’s soccer announces 2015 schedule
MSU will face 10 2014 NCAA Tournament qualifiers in their 18-match schedule, including six teams that finished in the NCAA RPI Top 25 and five teams that finished in the NSCAA Top 25.
MSU is in the syrup business
MSU is tapping into the expertise of researchers through the development of Spartan Pure Maple Syrup.View story photos
Learning about STEM through sailing
Lansing School District high school students who participate in MSU’s Upward Bound program spend six weeks of their summer on campus taking academic courses and engaging in educational field trips.View story photos
Combining humanities and engineering in Detroit
For the past seven years, David Sheridan, associate professor in the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities — along with colleagues Vincent Delgado, assistant dean for civic engagement at RCAH, and Timothy Hinds, from the College of Engineering — has been running Cultures of Creativity, a two-course sequence for RCAH and engineering majors.View story photos
Air Force members to visit MSU
The School of Criminal Justice will host 35 active duty U.S. Air Force crime prevention program managers Aug. 3-14.
Researchers quantify nature’s role in human well being
A team of researchers from MSU and the Chinese Academy of Sciences are advancing new modeling technology to quantify human dependence on nature, human well-being and relationships between the two. The latest step is published in this week’s Ecosystem Health and Sustainability journal.
Benning named director of MSU/DOE Plant Research Laboratory
Christoph Benning, MSU professor of biochemistry and molecular biology, will become the director of the MSU/ U.S. Department of Energy Plant Research Laboratory beginning Aug. 16.View story photos
Dylan Miner named director of American Indian Studies Program
Dylan Miner has been named director of the American Indian Studies Program effective Aug. 16.View story photos
MSU High 5: July 24, 2015
Here's today's MSU High 5 – a morning hello and the fastest way to get you up to speed with what's happening at MSU.
MSU scientists set sights on glaucoma medication to treat TB
A new discovery by MSU scientists suggests that a common medication used to treat glaucoma could also be used to treat tuberculosis, even the drug-resistant kind.View story photos