MSU Interim President John Engler names Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct Expert Advisory Workgroup
MSU Interim President John Engler announced today the formation of an expert advisory workgroup to formalize recommendations drawn from the input of survivors, students, faculty and staff from across campus.
Studying why Cambodian rice growers adopt modern technologies
With aid from BHEARD, Socheat Keo, a Cambodian scholar, started his doctoral studies at MSU in January 2014, seeking a Ph.D. in the Department of Community Sustainability.
MSU team to empower Latino farmers
Armed with a $600,000 grant, MSU researchers will work alongside Latino migrant farmers to reshape how Michigan harvests fruit – and cultivate a new workforce.View story photos
103rd Agriculture and Natural Resources Week begins March 3 at MSU
The MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, MSU Extension and MSU AgBioResearch are sponsoring Agriculture and Natural Resources Week, which will take place March 3-10.
MSU uses $3M NASA grant to find better ways to regulate dams
MSU researchers, equipped with $3 million from NASA, will investigate innovative methods to improve dams so that they are less harmful to people and the environment.View story photos
Future teachers become agents of change
The winners of an MSU student competition on the human impacts on the environment were honored at an awards ceremony on Jan. 26 in the Center for Integrative Studies in General Science.View story photos
MSU research on photosynthesis could transform how the process is studied
Michigan State University scientists have discovered a significant role that a particular protein complex plays in the process of photosynthesis, potentially changing how scientists study the process entirely.
How plants ‘muscle up’ against bacteria in the cold
MSU scientists have furthered our understanding on how a plant protein, called CAMTA, helps plants strengthen themselves as they anticipate long periods of cold, such as three to four months of winter in the American midwest or northern Europe.
Protecting piping plovers
Visitors to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore are often treated to tiny scurrying beachcombers - piping plovers. Future visitors, however, could see fewer of these celebrated shorebirds.View story photos
Early enrollment for Flint Registry now open
Residents of Flint who were exposed to lead-contaminated water from the city’s water system can now pre-enroll for the Flint Registry, an effort to connect residents to programs and other resources that serve to minimize the effects of lead on their health, while promoting wellness and recovery.