Mohammed, a 13-year-old Iraqi boy who received life-changing medical care from MSU doctors, says goodbye to Lansing, Mich., and reunites with his family in Iraq.
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Budding scientistsHigh school students are participating in the Future Scientists Program,. . .
Comic books for text books?For MSU’s comic and visual narrative class, students learn about. . .
Film collaborationThe MSU Film Committee combines theory, history, and criticism to. . .
Rwanda rebirthJan 14, 2015Twenty years after Rwanda was devastated by civil war and genocide, the. . .
Workplace negativity can hurt productivityFeb 25, 2015Employees who point out problems in the office may help the company. . .
Tracking invasives? There’s an app for thatFeb 20, 2015Invasive species will have a tougher time sneaking around undetected,. . .
New portal improves police alert, notification systemFeb 18, 2015As part of its continued efforts to improve campus safety, MSU Police. . .
MSU has been named a 2015 Leaders in Foodservice Awards winner by FARE—The Business of Food for leading innovation and best-in-class practices in foodservice.