Naming ADS, UDS recipients
Kicking off OBOC program
Earning gold status
Earning second Fulbright scholarship
MSU improves timeliness of Title IX investigations as government report released
The Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights, investigating Michigan State University since 2011 for its handling of student Title IX complaints, has found the university was not timely enough in resolving two of the cases, an issue OCR acknowledges MSU has improved significantly since the investigation began.
MSU High 5: Sept. 1, 2015
Here's today's MSU High 5 – a morning hello and the fastest way to get you up to speed with what's happening at MSU.
Retired facilities manager recognized for distinguished career
Retired MSU Infrastructure Planning and Facilities executive manager Ron Flinn was honored with the Association of Physical Plant Administrators 2015 Distinguished Leadership and Ethics award.
Sachdev to lead new MSU Division of Neuromuscular Medicine
Amit Sachdev has joined Michigan State University to become the first director of the new Division of Neuromuscular Medicine within the Department of Neurology and Ophthalmology.View story photos
MSU’s Lunt named to MIT ‘Innovators Under 35’ list
Michigan State University’s Richard Lunt has been named to the MIT Technology Review "Innovators Under 35" list.View story photos
Carolyn Loeb: Greetings from Hong Kong
It’s a slow season here at Lingnan University in Hong Kong, but it’s not hard to imagine how its many shady nooks and patios might be filled during the school year with lively groups of students and their boisterous and intense conversations.View story photos
MSU supply chain ranked first in the nation
MSU is No. 1 on the list of top 10 U.S. Supply Chain Schools of 2015. The list was completed by SCM World. The research organization surveys hundreds of supply chain executives every year to find out which universities they consider the best at producing graduates with practical approaches to supply chain management.
MSU students make their way back to campus
The floors have been cleaned. The windows washed. The furniture dusted. Now all MSU’s residence halls need are students.
A new class in MSU’s College of Music hopes to foster the next generation of successful composers for films and television. “Music for the Motion Picture” will debut this fall, taught by doctoral candidate Samuel Joshua, a musical entrepreneur who’s written scores for four Michigan-based feature films.View story photos
MSU Neighborhoods: Recipe for success
Since MSU made on-campus Neighborhoods a part of student life, students have been steadily taking advantage of all it has to offer. And it’s showing where it counts the most.