Hosting Teddy Bear Picnic
Helping to silence Parkinson’s disease
Supporting 'good food' in Michigan
Breaking down barriers to improve patient health
MSU Human Resources to host talk on health care, social justice
Part of Project 60/50, MSU Human Resources will host "Social Justice, Affordable Health Care and the Individual Responsibility" from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 14 at the Radiology Auditorium, 846 Service Rd.
MSU veterinarian selected by peers for national distinguished educator award
MSU professor Vanessa Cook received the 2014 Educator of the Year Award at the International Veterinary Emergency Critical Care meeting on Sept. 11 in Indianapolis.View story photos
Third annual MSU Women in STEM conference set for Oct. 9-10
MSU Women in STEM will take place Oct. 9-10 at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center. All MSU alumnae, faculty, staff and friends are welcome to attend the conference, not just those working in the science, engineering and technology fields. A limited number of student registrations also are available.
Exercise before school may reduce ADHD symptoms in kids
A new study from MSU and University of Vermont researchers shows that offering daily, before-school, aerobic physical activities to younger, at-risk children could help in reducing the symptoms of ADHD in the classroom and at home.View story photos
Free family activities at Teddy Bear Picnic on Sept. 13
Children of all ages are invited to the annual Teddy Bear Picnic 11 a.m.–3 p.m. Sept. 13 at Michigan 4-H Children’s Garden at MSU. Children are encouraged to bring a favorite teddy bear or stuffed animal for a checkup at the Teddy Bear Hospital, a mock clinic staffed by physicians and students from MSU’s health colleges.
Nature or nurture? It’s all about the message
A study by MSU researchers in clinical psychology indicates that simply telling people hard work trumps genetics may cause positive changes in the brain and make them more willing to try harder.View story photos
April Zeoli: Collaborating for Change
I am a public health researcher in the School of Criminal Justice. It may seem like a bit of an odd placement, but it could not be more appropriate.View story photos
Hans Schroder: Growth Mindsets
When I am interested in something, I become engrossed. For instance, after learning about some constellations in ninth-grade science class, I felt compelled to learn all I could about stars. I spent my days studying the stars and the nights pouring over my telescope. Soon, I was boring my friends with mini “stargazing tours” that I insisted on hosting.View story photos
Andary receives distinguished physician award
Michael Andary, MSU professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation, is the recipient of the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine's 2014 Distinguished Physician Award.View story photos
Humiliation tops list of mistreatment toward med students
Each year thousands of students enroll in medical schools across the country. But just how many feel they’ve been disrespected, publicly humiliated, ridiculed or even harassed by their superiors at some point during their medical education?View story photos