Expanding The Hatch
The art of giving back
MSU experts can discuss right-to-work, labor issues
The business of music
Studying how abusive leadership infects entire team
Studying hiring process bias
MBI and Bioindustrial Innovation Canada to sign landmark research collaboration agreement
Two bio-economy visionaries, Lansing-based MBI and Ontario-based Bioindustrial Innovation Canada, will sign an innovative binational agreement to collaborate on sharing their bio-based research and agendas Sept. 26 in Lansing.
MSU to launch innovative food facility
MSU will use a $3 million grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to launch the Food Processing and Innovation Center.View story photos
MSU Global to hold 'Igniting Innovation' showcase Oct. 3
MSU Global will put on their fourth annual showcase called "Igniting Innovation" to present some of the newest and most innovative faculty and staff projects across a wide range of disciplines.
New trustee elected to Michigan 4-H Foundation Board of Trustees
Robert Johnson was elected to a two-year term as a Michigan 4-H Foundation trustee this summer.
Community partnership expands The Hatch for student entrepreneurship
The Hatch is ready to open doors and kick off a new year of startups and entrepreneurship. MSU’s student co-working space is designed to host, accelerate, cultivate and enable student entrepreneurs to grow their ideas through a creative, co-working environment.View story photos
Annual summit works to solve priority economic problems in Michigan
The MSU EDA University Center for Regional Economic Innovation hosted the third annual Innovate Michigan! Summit Sept. 4 at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center. The Summit brought together economic developers, entrepreneurs, business leaders, investors, scholars, students, community leaders and others to develop new ways to help Michigan better compete in the global economy.
Michigan’s wolf hunt to be topic of roundtable policy discussion at MSU
Michigan’s grey wolf recently came off state and federal endangered species lists, only to find itself in the crosshairs of hunters and at the center of a heated political debate.
Open house to honor 'Nuestros Cuentos'
An open house will be held Tuesday for Nuestros Cuentos, or “Our Stories,” a collaborative project documenting the lives of Lansing-area public school children through the use of autobiographies and artwork.
Register for Michigan 4-H October volunteer training workshops
Each program year, Michigan 4-H, with support from the Michigan 4-H Foundation, donors and other supporters, offers volunteer trainings at sites across Michigan.
Andary receives distinguished physician award
Michael Andary, MSU professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation, is the recipient of the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine's 2014 Distinguished Physician Award.View story photos