Malik Hall: An Open Mind
Volunteers invited to help students move in
Proving the value of pre-college science programs
Tapping into the syrup business
Promoting physical activity on campus
MSU Sustainability announces 2015 fellows
Four Michigan State University researchers have been named MSU Sustainability Fellows for 2015.
Funds renewed for Student Support Services Program
Following a national competition, Michigan State University has been awarded a highly competitive grant from the U.S. Department of Education for the 2015 – 2020 Student Support Services Program. MSU will receive $659,582 each year of the grant cycle, allowing for the continuation of the university’s TRIO SSS Program, an initiative that has fostered the academic and professional development of students since it was first awarded to MSU in 1973.View story photos
Public address speaker towers installed on campus
Public address speakers have been installed and are now operational in eight locations across the East Lansing campus, the MSU Police Department announced today.
Lisa Bright: It’s a Brick . . . Outhouse
The summer field season has continued to be busy. Last Monday, while making our routine monitoring rounds of the north campus infrastructure improvements construction site, we noticed a concentration of bricks and dark soil near the MSU Museum.View story photos
Malik Hall: An Open Mind
My study abroad program was “Marketing in China.” This three-week trip exposed me to the local culture in five different cities and gave me the chance to learn about different global companies and their operations in China.View story photos
MSU-based center focus of Google Hangout
A Michigan State University-based center that studies the origin of the elements that make up our universe will be the focus of an upcoming Google Hangout.
MSU High 5: July 28, 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 Michigan State University.
A present that drives the future
The MSU Foundation, which supports reinvestment to support MSU's research enterprise, recently supported the naming of six faculty researchers as MSU Foundation Professors, which includes supplemental research funding.
MSU is in the syrup business
MSU is tapping into the expertise of researchers through the development of Spartan Pure Maple Syrup. The Department of Forestry used roughly 2,000 sugar maple trees covering 70 acres at the Fred Russ Forest in Decatur, Michigan, to create a product that’s available to the public.View story photos
Air Force members to visit MSU
The School of Criminal Justice will host 35 active duty U.S. Air Force crime prevention program managers Aug. 3-14.