Doctoral student receives fellowship to further understanding of African Diaspora
Undergraduate research on display
It's On Us action week focuses on preventing sexual assault
Two more grad programs on top!
Shamrock 5K to benefit MSU Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities
Primary care tops list of chosen specialities among medical students during Match Day
It was Match Day, March 17, and 200 medical students, as well as thousands more around the country, were counting down the minutes to when they would be allowed to tear open envelopes and learn what residency program had accepted them.
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.
ComArtSci and WKAR to host World Water Day event March 22
The MSU College of Communication Arts and Sciences and WKAR Public Media are hosting a World Water Day celebration with leading experts Joan Rose, Xiaobo Tan and Bruno Basso on March 22. The event is set for 3-4 p.m. in WKAR Studio A, located in the ComArtSci building.
MSU focuses on preventing sexual assault with It’s On Us action week
As part of its ongoing commitment to prevent, respond to and educate about sexual assault, partners across Michigan State University are teaming up for the It’s On Us Week of Action from March 20-24.View story photos
Annual Shamrock 5K to benefit MSU Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities
The 16th annual Shamrock 5K Run-Walk-Roll will start at noon on March 26 behind Conrad Hall.View story photos
Social psychologist Jonathan Haidt to visit MSU March 22
Social psychologist Jonathan Haidt, author of “The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided By Politics and Religion,” will speak at 5:30 p.m. March 22 at the Wharton Center’s Pasant Theater.View story photos
Construction begins on MSU solar array project
Construction on a new solar array project – a venture that could save the university $10 million over 25 years and help keep tuition in check – has started at MSU.View story photos
MSU hosts ‘Pitchapalooza’
MSU and the College of Arts and Letters are giving students and recent graduates an opportunity to break into the publishing industry with a chance to “pitch a book idea” at the first Pitchapalooza.
College of Music March events
The College of Music has a variety of events scheduled this month.
Summer Circle Theatre announces its 57th season and Kids Camp
Summer Circle Theatre returns for its 57th season, giving audiences the opportunity to explore the entire country without leaving East Lansing.