MSU joins global partners in Rome to support inland fisheries
Inland fisheries around the world – and the people who depend on them for food, livelihoods and well-being – need international action to improve the sustainability of freshwater aquatic resources, according to recommendations supported at the Committee on Fisheries meeting at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome.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 an MSU researcher.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
$4.5 million gift from alumnus Robert Burgess supports entrepreneurship at MSU
MSU has announced a $4.5 million gift to the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Eli Broad College of Business from alumnus Robert “Bob” K. Burgess, an accomplished business leader and longtime university adviser.View story photos
Jon Benton: Taking medical training back to his roots
Some people get an adrenaline rush from jumping out of planes, others take a fast ride on a roller coaster. Then there are people like third-year MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine student Jon Benton. Having worked as an emergency medical technician since his junior year of high school, Benton gets a rush from helping others.View story photos
Areas in need get a food market on wheels
An MSU researcher is using his mapping expertise to help a farmers market and other local food sources go mobile in Flint, bringing healthier options closer to those most in need.View story photos
College of Music offers program for pre-college students with autism
A first-of-its kind summer piano festival through the MSU College of Music will provide advanced music students on the autism spectrum a chance to preview life as a collegiate musician.
College of Engineering honors graduate
The person who is considered the College of Engineering's most impactful graduate, Verghese Kurien (1921-2012), known as the Milkman of India, was recently honored during a ceremony in the International Center.View story photos
MSU’s Smith named NCA Distinguished Scholar
Sandi Smith, a professor in MSU’s Department of Communication and director of the Health and Risk Communication Center, has been named a 2016 Distinguished Scholar by the National Communication Association.View story photos