Debuting expansion in downtown Flint
College of Nursing grant will help older adults stay home for care
Could daylight saving time be a risk to diabetics?
Using yoga to help student recover from PTSD
Identifying source of stem cells
Rock, Walk N' Roll encourages MSU faculty, staff and students to get active
Prepare for battle with Spartan Performance
On Tuesday, Dec. 2, Spartan Performance will be preparing athletes and the general public for a battle in nutrition as it holds its Sports Nutrition 101 seminar from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Eyde Building located at 4660 S. Hagadorn Road, East Lansing.
Bad marriage, broken heart?
Older couples in a bad marriage – particularly female spouses – have a higher risk for heart disease than those in a good marriage, finds research led by an MSU sociologist.View story photos
Alan Beretta: Leading Brain and Language Connectivity
In my time at MSU my research has involved looking at various aspects of neurolinguistics, a very general term that encompasses any effort that seeks to determine the relation between language and brain. For instance, that could be brain damage leading to language deficits; a number of colleagues and I have looked at that in various languages.View story photosView story videos
MSU Museum marks World Aids Day/Day With(out) Art on Dec. 1
On Dec. 1, the MSU Museum will join thousands of individuals and educational, health and cultural organizations around the world to mark World AIDS Day.
MSU College of Human Medicine debuts expansion in downtown Flint
MSU College of Human Medicine has unveiled its new medical education and public health research space in the former Flint Journal building in downtown Flint.View story photos
Confronting Ebola hysteria
Concerned about the social, economic and political impact of Ebola coverage in the media and in policy-making, MSU is taking steps to counteract misinformation and hysteria surrounding the disease, especially as it relates to damaging stereotypes of Africa and Africans.
College of Osteopathic Medicine to hold open house for prospective students
MSU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine will host an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. on Nov. 21 in Fee Hall for prospective medical students. The free event will allow attendees to learn what it is like to be a student in the college. They will have the chance to meet with faculty members and tour the facilities, including classrooms and labs, with current first- and second-year medical students.
$1.2 million nursing grant helps older adults stay home for care
The MSU College of Nursing has been awarded a $600,000, three-year grant to help older adults stay home and receive care, instead of being admitted to a nursing home.View story photos
Faculty conversations: Mary Smania
For Mary Smania, working with women who have breast cancer has always been a passion.View story videos
MSU student to lead coffee sustainability project in Nicaragua
Aniseh Bro, doctoral student in the Department of Community Sustainability, has received a Graduate Research Grant through the U.S. Borlaug Fellows in Global Food Security.