Studying 'Fifty Shades of Grey'
Ushering in the largest Honors College class
Scared of crime? Good.
Studying hiring process bias
Studying public view of environmental protection
MSU enrollment expected to be around 49,700
Enrollment at MSU for the 2014 academic year is expected to be around 49,700 students, a slight increase over last year.
Facts and values: What’s it take to be an effective scientist?
To many, the image of a scientist is that of a white-coat, alone in the lab peering into a microscope or computer monitor, interested in nothing but the facts. But is that true? MSU’s Robert Pennock and colleagues will be using a $1 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation to explore the topic.View story photos
MSU experts can discuss right-to-work, labor issues
As Labor Day approaches, organized labor and collective bargaining issues continue to make headlines across the nation.View story photos
Meredith Gore: It's Been a Busy Week
Looking back on my busy week, I realized that my itinerary to some degree illustrates why I do what I do to protect the biodiversity of Madagascar. I’ve had the good fortune to collaborate with Malagasy civil society group Alliance Voahary Gasy on a participatory risk-mapping workshop in Manopana, Madagascar, held a press conference with 40 Malagasy journalists, given an anti-corruption workshop in the capital city of Antananarivo, and met with the president, faculty, and students at the University of Toamasina.View story photos
Lukas Hagan: Sound Advice
Graduation and everything surrounding it has been a momentous time for me, one that prompts some reflection and introspection on the experiences of my past four years here at MSU, among other things. As a result, I realized there were four lessons I learned made a difference for me, while working towards my degree.View story photosView story videos
MSU Board of Trustees to meet Aug. 29
The MSU Board of Trustees will meet at 9:30 a.m. Friday in the Board Room of the Hannah Administration Building.
Reading ‘Fifty Shades’ linked to unhealthy behaviors
Young adult women who read “Fifty Shades of Grey” are more likely than nonreaders to exhibit signs of eating disorders and have a verbally abusive partner, finds a new study led by an MSU researcher.View story photos
On modest dreams, becoming a doctor and giving back
Kathy Assiff and Janet Osuch found encouragement at MSU, particularly in the College of Human Medicine, that they could achieve more than either had dared dream. Now Osuch and Assiff have something else in common: both plan to leave much of their estates to fund endowed scholarships to help struggling students become physicians.
Joe Grimm: Living My Values
One of the things I love about the School of Journalism is that it lets me live my values. Another is that I learn more than I teach.View story photos
An MSU faculty member and his crack team of journalism students debunk stereotypes—and publish books in the process—to increase understanding of cultural differences.View story photos