MSU pilots second joint medical and business degree
MSU’s College of Human Medicine and Broad College of Business will begin a Doctor of Medicine and Master of Business Administration joint degree in fall 2016.
Spartans face Nebraska in Big Ten Tournament first round
No. 7 MSU takes on No. 2 Nebraska in tournament opener.
Six Spartans garner All-Big Ten honors
A total of six Spartans earned All-Big Ten honors as the conference announced its all-league teams Tuesday afternoon.
Michigan State will play at Duke in ACC/Big Ten Challenge
Spartans and Blue Devils will meet on Nov. 29.
IPF program receives APPA's Effective and Innovative Practices Award
Michigan State's Infrastructure Planning and Facilities Emergency Response and Business Continuity Program has been selected to receive APPA's Effective and Innovative Practices Award.
From Oregon, with love
Scott Lovejoy is a Spartan who is living, working and raising a family in the middle of Oregon. He and his wife, Kristy, created the Scott and Kristy Lovejoy Endowed Fund for Faculty in the College of Arts and Letters with a gift of $100,000.View story photos
Abbot entrance to MSU to be closed during daytime hours
The southbound Abbot Road entrance to the Michigan State University campus will be closed from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 25 through June 10, Monday through Friday, because of a landscape construction project.
Timothy Busfield to join MSU as artist-in-residence
Emmy-awarding actor Timothy Busfield will join MSU as an artist-in-residence in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences. In this new role, Busfield will co-teach courses that emphasize acting and fiction film production.View story photos
NSF grant will help decipher cells’ electric properties
An MSU researcher will use a National Science Foundation grant to decipher the secrets of electric organs in fish and apply the insights to human electrically excitable tissue.View story photosView story videos
Can telehealth fill gap in autism services?
Parents struggling to find and afford therapy for their child with autism may eventually be able to provide that therapy themselves with the help of telehealth training, finds a federally funded pilot study at MSU.View story photos