Dads' role in child development
What fuels overeating?
A healthier tomorrow
Areas in need get a food market on wheels
Hurting local districts
Addressing the health of Latinos in the United States
MSU opens second institute for children with autism
MSU will launch the second branch of an educational program designed to help young children with autism spectrum disorder.View story photos
Why do consumers participate in ‘green’ programs?
From recycling to reusing hotel towels, consumers who participate in a company’s “green” program are more satisfied with its service, finds a new study co-led by a MSU researcher.View story photos
Does social status affect generosity?
High-ranking people don’t always turn out to be selfish jerks. It all depends on whether they feel worthy of their prominent social position, an MSU business scholar finds in a new study.View story photos
Lights, camera, Spartans!
As the main educational sponsor of the Traverse City Film Festival, MSU is contributing to the international film fest in more ways than one.
MSU names 2016-17 Homecoming Court
Ten exceptional senior students have been named to the 2016-17 Homecoming Court.View story photos
Dads play key role in child development
Fathers play a surprisingly large role in their children’s development, from language and cognitive growth in toddlerhood to social skills in fifth grade, according to new findings from MSU scholars.View story photos
MSU experts can discuss party conventions, election issues
Republicans kick off their national convention in Cleveland on July 18, Democrats follow in Philadelphia on July 25, and MSU has experts who can discuss a host of hot-button issues leading up to the Nov. 8 presidential election.View story photos
Student participates in national discussion on racial justice in education
MSU criminal justice junior and College Assistance Migrant Program scholar Esbeydy Villegas recently participated in a panel discussion on racial justice in education at the 2016 National Education Association’s Joint Conference on Concerns of Minorities and Women in Washington, D.C.View story photos
A healthier tomorrow
Men live four-and-a-half fewer years on average than women, and it’s six years fewer for black men. Many face health problems in the shadows. To MSU public health researcher Woody Neighbors, that’s unacceptable. Shifting his research focus from data descriptions to solutions, he’s collaborating with community partners in Flint to empower men to make health a priority.View story photos
Are brain changes fueling overeating in the obese?
Obese mice are much more likely than lean mice to overeat in the presence of environmental cues, a behavior that could be related to changes in the brain, finds a new study by an MSU neuroscientist.View story photos