Spore formation model could help advance medicine
MSU scientists have produced experimental and modeling results that shed light on how a particular type of enzyme functions during spore formation, potentially advancing human health and disease research.
Civil rights icon Dolores Huerta joins MSU's eighth annual César E. Chávez commemorative celebration
MSU will host its eighth annual César E. Chávez Commemorative Celebration on Feb. 27. The day of events honors Chávez's life and work as a labor leader and civil rights activist, and highlights leaders from MSU and the Metro Lansing community.View story photos
MSU appoints new legal team as Bob Noto retires
MSU announced today a new legal team as Bob Noto announced his retirement as MSU’s vice president for legal affairs and general counsel, effective March 5, 2018.
Jiayu Zhou to use NSF CAREER Award to enable computers to perform lifelong learning in big data
Jiayu Zhou of the MSU College of Engineering is the newest Spartan Engineer to be awarded a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Award.View story photos
Spartans just one shot off the lead after opening round at the Allstate Sugar Bowl
The 13th-ranked MSU women’s golf team shot a 4-under-par 284 in the opening round of the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate on Sunday at the English Turn Golf and Country Club in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Gun politics polarizing America
As emotions around the world run high following the tragic school shooting in Parkland, Florida, people are processing what happened and how it could have been prevented. Many are looking to Congress for policy changes, but MSU political science expert Matt Grossmann believes that it's more complicated, and deeper-rooted, than a vote for immediate change.View story photos
Reflect, connect, support
MSU is committed to supporting survivors of sexual violence and fostering change.View story photos
MSU Board approves personnel changes, health care strategy, next phase of FRIB
The MSU Board of Trustees approved a handful of key personnel changes at its Feb. 16 meeting.
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.
Michigan VEX Robotics State Championships moves to Grandville
Due to flooding at MSU, the Michigan VEX Robotics State Championship on Feb. 25, has been moved to Grandville High School, 4700 Canal Avenue, SW, Grandville, Michigan 49418.