MSU Sustainability announces 2015 fellows
Four Michigan State University researchers have been named MSU Sustainability Fellows for 2015.
Funds renewed for Student Support Services Program
Following a national competition, Michigan State University has been awarded a highly competitive grant from the U.S. Department of Education for the 2015 – 2020 Student Support Services Program. MSU will receive $659,582 each year of the grant cycle, allowing for the continuation of the university’s TRIO SSS Program, an initiative that has fostered the academic and professional development of students since it was first awarded to MSU in 1973.View story photos
Public address speaker towers installed on campus
Public address speakers have been installed and are now operational in eight locations across the East Lansing campus, the MSU Police Department announced today.
Michigan’s roads supplant schools on fix-it wish list
For the first time, Michigan residents say the condition of the state’s roads is a bigger problem than its education system, according to MSU's latest State of the State Survey.View story photos
Is Michigan's economy back?
Although consumer confidence in Michigan is nearing record highs, the economy still lags in some respects, indicates the latest State of the State Survey from MSU.View story photos
MSU-based center focus of Google Hangout
A Michigan State University-based center that studies the origin of the elements that make up our universe will be the focus of an upcoming Google Hangout.
New director named for MSU ingredient safety center
Michael Holsapple has been named director of the Center for Research on Ingredient Safety at Michigan State University. CRIS is an independent, academic, science-based center within MSU’s Institute for Integrative Toxicology whose mission is to serve as a reliable and unbiased source for information on the safe use of chemical ingredients in consumer-packaged goods.View story photos
MSU research associate receives postdoctoral fellowship
MSU research associate Nina Lany was named a 2015 Arnold O. Beckman postdoctoral fellow by the Arnold and Mabel Beckman foundation.View story photos
Who’s choosing schools of choice in Michigan?
Students who participate in Michigan’s increasingly popular schools of choice program are more likely to be black, poor and academically weaker than their peers, indicates new research led by an MSU education scholar.View story photos
MSU High 5: July 28, 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 Michigan State University.