Spartans open 2016 at FGCU Kickoff Classic
MSU opens the 2016 season at Florida Gulf Coast University at the Eagles' Kickoff Classic.
Michigan Political Leadership Program’s class of 2015 set to graduate
A communications specialist, youth academy director and director of government relations for the Small Business Association of Michigan are among the 24 graduates of the 2015 Michigan Political Leadership Program.
When the boss’ ethical behavior breaks bad
Bosses who act ethically are more likely to become mentally exhausted and, ironically, lash out at employees, finds new research by MSU business scholars.View story photos
JCMU opens new scholarship opportunity
The Japan Center for Michigan Universities has opened the first award cycle for the Melville Memorial Scholarship.
Inland fisheries determined to surface as food powerhouse
No longer satisfied to be washed out by epic seas and vast oceans, the world’s lakes, rivers, streams, canals, reservoirs and other land-locked waters continue a push to be recognized – and properly managed – as a global food security powerhouse.
‘Hmong Memory at the Crossroads’ to premiere
The College of Arts and Letters Department of Romance and Classical Studies will premiere the documentary film “Hmong Memory at the Crossroads” at 4 p.m. Monday in the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center Auditorium, 219 S. Harrison Road.
Wallace Jefferson appointed to College of Law Board of Trustees
The MSU Board of Trustees appointed Wallace Jefferson, former chief justice of the Supreme Court of Texas, to the MSU College of Law Board of Trustees at its Dec. 18 meeting.View story photos
MSU to host third international cybercrime conference
Understanding the people who are targets of cybercrime, the motives of the crooks and the technical components of the attacks will be the focus of an international conference at MSU that features well-known speakers from Arizona to England.View story photos
MSU debate team finishes in top 8 at Texas tournament
The MSU debate team finished in the top eight out of 124 teams competing in the Texas Open tournament this week.
Research leader embodies Spartan spirit
Beneath a jet black lab coat is a researcher who is a Spartan in every sense. Jack Lipton embodies the spirit of relentlessly pursuing solutions to problems — neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s — which affect millions of people.