Cyclists fight skin cancer at sixth annual MSU Gran Fondo
More than 1,600 participants will bike through scenic West Michigan on June 23 for the sixth annual MSU Gran Fondo. The timed, non-competitive cycling event benefits MSU College of Human Medicine’s skin cancer awareness, prevention and research.View story photos
Social Science faculty named Harvard University fellow
The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University named Sarah Reckhow, associate professor of political science, a Radcliffe Institute fellow.View story photos
Honing children’s language and literacy skills
MSU research found that a child’s ability to "self-regulate" is a critical element in childhood language and literacy development.View story photos
MSU technology and app could help endangered primates, slow illegal trafficking
New facial recognition software and app invented at Michigan State University can help protect endangered primates – more than 60 percent of which face extinction.View story photos
MSU mental health services improve as new director arrives
MSU student mental health services have seen significant changes, with more on the horizon, as a new counseling and psychiatric services director comes on board.View story photos
Wellness app offers students instant access to counselors
Beginning June 1, Michigan State University students will have immediate 24-hour access to counselors through a phone app that will allow them to talk or instant message with someone for any mental or emotional issues they may be experiencing.
Big Ten announces 2018-19 hockey conference schedule
The Big Ten Conference announced the 2018-19 league hockey schedule on Tuesday, May 22. Like last year, all seven league teams will play 24 conference games.
Spartan track & field opens NCAA East Preliminary Round Thursday
MSU men and women’s track & field programs will head to Tampa, Florida for the 2018 NCAA East Preliminary Round May 24-26 at the USF Track and Field Stadium. The Spartans have a total of 25 entries in the East Preliminaries.
Associate professor receives Honors College award
Jenifer Fenton, an associate professor in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, is the 2018 recipient of the Honors College Award for Distinguished Contributions to Honors Students.View story photos
Professor of trombone receives top award
This summer, Ava Ordman, professor of trombone, will receive a the Neill Hufeld Award from the International Trombone Association.View story photos