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From Donald Trump to Iran, MSU experts can discuss election issues
MSU part of coalition to improve college admission process
Training school leaders
Earning prestigious award for combating sexual violence
Using science to predict gang killings
MSU doctors aboard hospital ship serve sick, poor
Spartans Nicholas Michols, '13, and Ryan Buckley, '10, are completing the final year of their medical residencies as lieutenants aboard the USNS Comfort. Recently, they completed Continuing Promise, a several months-long mission that stopped at ports throughout the Caribbean.
Surprise: Your visual cortex is making decisions
The part of the brain responsible for seeing is more powerful than previously believed. In fact, the visual cortex can essentially make decisions just like the brain’s traditional “higher level” areas, finds a new study led by an MSU neuroscientist.View story photos
Three new MSU Foundation Professors
Michigan State University, with support from the MSU Foundation, honored three College of Natural Science faculty members with the designation of MSU Foundation Professor, in recognition of their contributions to research and instruction.View story photos
MSU Global hosts annual showcase of innovation
MSU Global, a Michigan State University innovation and strategy unit in the Office of the Provost, will host the annual showcase of innovative faculty work from 8 a.m. to noon on Oct. 21 at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center.
MSU instructor in College of Nursing wins national award
Patrick Hawkins, an instructor in the College of Nursing, recently accepted the American Kidney Fund's "Caregiver of the Year" award in Washington, D.C. at the seventh annual Hope Affair gala.View story photos
MSURx features inspiring talks on health and medicine
MSU's College of Human Medicine will host the second annual MSURx, a series of thought-provoking and inspirational short talks, tomorrow, October 2.
MSU gives grads tools they need for successful online business
Adam Stevens, Marketing/‘04, came to Michigan State University knowing he wanted to own a business.View story photos
Matt Zierler: Take a Leap
While I was always interested in history and current events, the first sense that I would make a career in international affairs came during my freshman year of high school. I was in my first year studying the German language in 1989 – the same year the Berlin Wall came down.View story photos
Failed mission: How schools worsen inequality
Schooling plays a surprisingly large role in shortchanging the nation’s poorest students of critical math skills, according to a massive new study led by an MSU education scholar.View story photos
MSURA upcoming events
The following are MSURA events and announcements.