Opening a window into psychosis
Seniors nominated for national research fellowships
Researching China-Africa engagement
National organizations selected to oversee Healing Assistance Fund
Students design wheelchair-friendly creations
MSU ranked near top for engaged student voters
Migrant Student Assistance Program grant funds renewed
The U.S. Department of Education has renewed a grant of more than $2 million to allow MSU to continue a program that provides much-needed assistance to students who are children of migrant farm workers.View story photos
The 'America the Beautiful Tour' comes to Wharton Center
The “America the Beautiful Tour” will be performed at 7:30 p.m. July 30 at the Wharton Center.
Is Facebook the next frontier for online learning?
Social-networking sites such as Facebook can help students learn scientific literacy and other complex subjects that often receive short shrift in today’s time-strapped classrooms, finds a study led by an MSU scholar.View story photos
Intern spotlight: Terry Grieser
Dairy management sophomore Terry Grieser has been helping on his family’s farm since he was able to walk to the barn.View story photosView story videos
‘Hillary Doctrine’ examines treatment of women as national-security issue
Is the violence against women a threat to the security of the United States? According to a new book co-authored by faculty members from MSU and Texas A&M University, it is.View story photos
New partnership introduces middle school students to osteopathic medicine
A new partnership between the College of Osteopathic Medicine’s Future DOcs program and the MSU Gifted and Talented Education program will give middle schoolers and first-year high school students a chance to explore a career in medicine sooner.
MSU startup provides unique ingredients for breweries
A new MSU startup company has found a way to apply Michigan’s role as first in chestnut production to the microbrew industry. Treeborn Products craft-roasts chestnuts to be used in the brewing process for both gluten-free and regular ales, stouts and porters.
Justice system chips away at women’s rights
Arrests of women increased dramatically in the past two decades, while domestic abuse laws meant to protect female victims have put many behind bars for defending themselves, an MSU criminologist argues in a new paper.View story photos
Generosity of local farmer creates national impact
Harold and Edythe Marshall’s gift of their 300-acre farm to MSU has been a major boon to understanding the ecology of new biofuel crops, producing research results with national impact by scientists at MSU’s Kellogg Biological Station.View story photos
MSU osteopathic med student first to be selected for NIH scholar program
College of Osteopathic Medicine student Matthew Watson was selected to be a member of the National Institutes of Health Medical Research Scholars Program. He is the first osteopathic student to ever be selected for the MRSP.View story photos