Examining early pension payout
Creating endowment for insurance professorship at MSU
Contributing $16.8 billion to Michigan economy
Offering joint degree
Making retail unit pricing more consumer friendly
MSU helps Asian immigrants adapt to life in U.S.
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, the fastest-growing racial group in the United States, face challenges in the areas of education, civil rights, language barriers, health and economic development.
Partnership donates $250,000 to support financial education for students
In partnership with Visa Inc., the MSU Federal Credit Union will provide MSU $250,000 in funding for the next eight years to underwrite the Financial Peer Education Program, which will be available to MSU students beginning in fall 2015.View story photos
Jaundice-treating blanket newest MSU startup
A new medical device that will improve the way infants with jaundice are treated is one step closer to market, thanks to a partnership between a new MSU startup company and a Michigan-based medical sector investment firm.
Railroad technology could have stopped Amtrak crash
An MSU scholar and former federal railroad official says positive train control technology could have stopped the Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia.View story photos
MSU grads help high school seniors chart a path to success
If Jenny O’Neal and Ruben Watson decide that you are the right fit to join the MSU College Advising Corps, do not expect to hear the words, “you’re hired.” Instead, you’ll hear you have been, “selected to serve.” It is with this mentality that O’Neal and Watson, the program coordinators, set out to select the best candidates to partner with underserved Michigan high schools.View story photos
Seven in 10 take early pension payout
A new study co-authored by an MSU business scholar examines the likelihood and circumstances under which people will accept partial payouts when it comes to their pensions.View story photos
MSU research centers to host public field days
MSU AgBioResearch is inviting the public to tour several of its outlying research centers this summer.
Gupta to become 11th business dean at MSU
After a national search, Sanjay Gupta has been recommended to serve as the new dean of the Eli Broad College of Business at MSU.View story photos
MSU professor receives award for book
Dale Belman, professor in the School of Labor and Industrial Relations, received the Bowen Award for most important public policy book of 2014 from the Industrial Relations Section at Princeton University.
Spring 2015 seminars in research and instructional technology
Spring seminars in research and instructional technology will be held May 12-13 in computer labs and classrooms across MSU’s campus.