Naming Business Pavilion’s Career Management Center
Impacting ag policy in Africa
Sharing a love for MSU
Charisma-challenged? You can still be a good boss
Hospitals put your data at risk, study finds
GreenLight Business Model Competition winners
MSU selected for GM-sponsored autonomous vehicle competition
MSU will compete against seven other North American universities to create a fully autonomous vehicle in a new challenge announced April 5 by General Motors and other sponsors.
College of Social Science pilots MSU’s first Flint study away program
The College of Social Science at MSU has announced the creation of a new summer internship program in Flint that will allow students to create sustainable change through internship work.View story photos
Spartan Innovations’ GreenLight Business Model Competition announces 2017 winners
The GreenLight Business Model Competition, an early-stage pitch competition bringing together entrepreneurs and small business supporters from all over Michigan, has announced the winners of its fifth annual event.
Robert and Georgia Burgess are both graduates of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Bob earned his Bachelor of Science in 1966 majoring in packaging, and his wife, Georgia, graduated in 1967 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in interior design. They have found significant success in their respective fields and continue to give back to MSU.
Startup teams pitch ideas for chance at $100,000 in cash prizes
Startup teams in the Greenlight Business Model Competition will pitch ideas to a panel of judges March 29 at Wharton Center’s Pasant Theatre for a chance at cash prizes totaling $100,000.
MSU expands public policy programs with Kellogg Foundation grant
MSU’s Institute for Public Policy and Social Research is launching a new initiative to continue educating emerging leaders through an expansion of its ongoing policy education and research programs.View story photos
Undergraduate research ranging from science to performing arts on public display at MSU
Ranging from agriculture and science to performing arts to business and entrepreneurship, 928 MSU undergraduate students from 14 colleges will present their research at the annual University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 7 at the MSU Union.
Skilled workers more prone to mistakes when interrupted
Expertise is clearly beneficial in the workplace, but highly trained workers in some occupations could actually be at risk for making errors when interrupted, indicates a new study by two MSU psychology researchers.View story photos
Consumers Energy Foundation invests $250,000 in MSU first-year engineering experience
The Consumers Energy Foundation, a long-time supporter of the first-year engineering experience at Michigan State University, is contributing $250,000 to help develop the next generation of engineering and computer-science students, MSU announced Wednesday.View story photos
MSU to partner with Indian media giant, helping local farmers
MSU and Indian media company Ramoji Film City are partnering to help farmers better produce food for India.View story photos