MSU cracks top 8 percent in national ranking
MSU ranks in the top 8 percent of universities in the United States, according to the latest annual assessment from the Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education.
MSU wins grant to grow political leadership programs
MSU’s Institute of Public Policy and Social Research has won an $80,000 grant from the Madison Initiative of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation to survey state candidate leadership programs and share the best of their recruiting, training and financing practices.View story photos
Prabu David: New research areas
When you think of communication research, neuroscience or computation are not the first words that come to mind. But this year in ComArtSci, that may be the case.View story photos
Audrianna St. Germain: A lust for learning
I have always had a lust for learning, and research is a compelling, unique and unparalleled opportunity that MSU provides to its undergraduates. During my freshman year in Lyman Briggs, MSU’s scientific residential college, I had heard of the vast number of research positions one could hold at MSU and I was determined to get involved from the get-go.View story photos
Leading scientific discovery
Scientific discovery at MSU is getting more exciting as landmark spaces for innovation open on campus, including the coming Facility for Rare Isotope Beams and the Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering. Known as IQ, the institute aims to foster collaboration among the sciences on campus and beyond, creating endless possibilities for transforming patient care with new biomedical discoveries.View story photos
Statewide Campus System named regional assessment training center
The MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Statewide Campus System has been named one of five regional assessment training centers by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
Aidan Sova: A Spartan’s Will to work hard
MSU creative advertising freshman Aidan Sova was familiar with leadership roles long before he became a Spartan.View story photos
Former HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros to speak at MSU
In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Henry Cisneros, the former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Development, will give a lecture Oct. 11 at Michigan State University.View story photos
Student-run EXEL Music Festival returns to MSU’s campus
The East by East Lansing Charity Festival will be returning to MSU’s campus for its third year of music, food and fun on Sept. 24. The festival’s lineup includes 15 different Michigan-based artists from a variety of genres, including R&B, indie and punk.View story photos
Lawver selected as new director of campus services
Adam Lawver is the new director of campus services at MSU.