Appointing new International Studies and Programs dean
Students earn 2014 Board of Trustees’ awards
Staff members to be recognized with university awards April 22
Naming new MSU band practice facility
Business execs take stage at MSU commencement
$5 million gift
Students curate 'Working America, Unexpected Stories' exhibition
Undergraduate students in professor Susan J. Bandes' Curatorial Practices course have assembled and curated "Working America, Unexpected Stories," an exhibition that presents a variety of subjects and mediums that explore the many facets of work in America.
Registration open for Community Music School summer camps
From theater to rock to music therapy, the MSU Community Music School offers summer camps that appeal to a range of interests. Youth can select from six different camps. All are now open for registration.
Dantonio, Izzo, MSU business faculty create a winning team for business
Award-winning business faculty and championship coaches like Mark Dantonio and Tom Izzo are coming together for a collaborative educational program that will prepare business professionals of all types for management success.
Artist talk: Marion Coleman
Marion Coleman is a national award-winning contemporary artist who specializes in pictorial quilts on African American history and culture. Currently on view at the MSU Museum is her quilt, Ruby Bridges: What a Difference a School Makes.
Two seniors receive Richard Lee Featherstone Endowed Prize
Craig Pearson, of Bloomfield Township, a senior in both the Lyman Briggs College and the Honors College, and Kristin McCool, of St. Johns, a senior in the College of Arts and Letters, were recently chosen as the 2014 recipients of the Richard Lee Featherstone Endowed Prize.View story photos
Students receive critical language scholarships
Three Michigan State University students have been awarded a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship to study critical needs languages this summer.
Craig Pearson: Brain storm
A triple major in neuroscience, biochemistry and molecular biology, and English, Craig Pearson crafted a one-of-a-kind academic program to accommodate the depth and breadth of his scientific and literary interests. In the process, he changed the way he sees the world. The triple-threat senior, who founded a literary journal for students with visual disabilities, has played key roles in research investigating treatments for blindness and examining brain activity in people as they read literature. As a Marshall Scholar, Craig will pursue doctoral studies at Cambridge University and continue to blaze a trail into the workings of the human mind and body.View story photosView story videos
Hanson appointed dean of MSU International Studies and Programs
Steven Hanson, who has served as interim dean of MSU's International Studies and Programs for nearly a year, is the the new ISP dean.View story photos
MSU Innovation Center recognizes inventors and inventions
The MSU Innovation Center recognized the MSU Inventor of the Year, Innovator of the Year and Tech Transfer Achievement Award winners. Commended for their perseverance and creativity at the MSU Innovation Celebration, awardees were presented with plaques and a cash prize.
MSU Board of Trustees roundup
At its April 22 meeting, the MSU Board of Trustees adopted new room-and-board rates for the 2014-15 academic year.