MSU High 5: Nov. 20, 2014
MSU debate team finishes in top 16 at largest tournament of the fall
Gordon Guyer lauded for gift
MSU top producer of global citizens
'It's On Us' action week targets sexual assault awareness
Staff profiles: Kevin Turner
Annual symposium recognizes art seniors
The Annual Art History and Visual Culture Undergraduate Symposium “Pandora's Box: Discussions in the History of Art” recognizes the scholarly achievement of senior undergraduate students studying art history and visual culture in the Department of Art, Art History and Design.
Deck the halls with iPads and smartphones
Whether it’s buying online or using your smart phone to compare prices, technology is making it easier for holiday shoppers to find the perfect gift.View story photos
MSU alum receives National Medal of Technology and Innovation
A graduate of the MSU College of Engineering has received the National Medal of Technology and Innovation, one of the country’s highest honors for achievement and leadership in science and technology.
MSU High 5: Nov. 20, 2014
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'Broken' exhibition in LookOut! Gallery showcases horrors of human trafficking
The exhibition “Broken,” showcased in the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities’ LookOut! Gallery, tells the shocking stories and facts about human trafficking.
MSU Extension senior educator receives Innovative Technology Award
Extension senior educator Jeannie Nichols received an Innovative Technology Award Nov. 5 at the Michigan State University Extension Fall Conference awards dinner. Nichols has focused on food safety for producers, servers and consumers for 15 years and was recognized for her contributions to extension’s “Ask an Expert” tool.
Logistics receives innovation award
University Services Logistics has been granted the “2014 Outstanding Innovation Award” by the University Materials Management Roundtable. UMMR, a group of supply chain colleagues from several peer universities, recognized Logistics for the work done to re-engineer and optimize the university’s cross-docking operation.
MSU to be honored for Bio Engineering Facility
MSU is being honored by the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce for construction of the Bio Engineering Facility.
MSU researcher earns national environmental chemistry award
Richard Lunt, an assistant professor in the MSU College of Engineering, has been awarded the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Award in Environmental Chemistry.View story photos
MSU report shows gains in energy use, waste reduction
In its 2014 annual report, released last month to the Board of Trustees, MSU noted a number of significant gains in the areas of energy use, waste reduction, community engagement and water usage. According to the report, coal use at MSU has been reduced by 65 percent since 2009-10.