Harry Trebing, economics professor, died Aug. 15. Trebing joined the staff in 1966 and retired in 1992.
Kodi Lee goes to college
Kodi Lee, who captured America’s heart and won “America’s Got Talent” with his piano prowess and passionate singing, spent a week this summer at MSU, participating in the College of Music’s fourth annual summer piano festival specifically designed to benefit advanced music students who are on the autism spectrum.View story photos
Evolution of learning is key to better artificial intelligence
MSU scientists recently explored how computers could begin to evolve learning in the same way as natural organisms did – with implications for many fields, including artificial intelligence.View story photos
MSU Opens Big Ten Play with Road Matchups at Ohio State and Penn State
MSU women's soccer begins Big Ten play this week on the road with matchups at Ohio State and at No. 23 Penn State.
Yurika Tanida named Big Ten Golfer of the Week
MSU junior Yurika Tanida has been named the Big Ten Golfer of the Week. Tanida posted the best finish of her career at the Glass City Invitational in Toledo, Ohio, earlier this week as she tied for fourth place.
Michigan State Baseball Golf Outing set for Sept. 27
MSU Baseball's 2019 Golf Outing will take place Friday, Sept. 27 at Forest Akers West Golf Course. Fans are invited for a day of golf, food and fun, capped off with some baseball, all to support the MSU baseball program.
Decoding how kids get into hacking
New research from MSU's criminal justice department identified characteristics and gender-specific behaviors in kids that could lead them to become juvenile hackers.View story photos
WKAR science of food series debuts on PBS Digital
Why should meat “rest” between cooking and serving? Which is better: farmed or wild-caught salmon? What makes a pickle, a pickle? History buff, foodie and MSU science writer Sheril Kirshenbaum answers these questions, and more, on “Serving Up Science,” a new digital series from WKAR Public Media.View story photos
Mathematics department charts a new course for college algebra
More than 2,500 incoming MSU freshmen interested in a STEM career have a new route to success, thanks to a team spearheaded by MSU math instructor, Jane Zimmerman, and associate professor of mathematics, Teena Gerhardt.View story photos
Odds and ends
The number 13, a saddle, bees, military veterans, a year of firsts and lasts, new leaders, cool students, tiny bubbles, cancer, supply chain management and Mom and Dad. Here I am again looking at a completely disconnected list of things that came across my desk this week challenging me to tie them all together in some sort of coherent fashion. All that’s missing is the kitchen sink. Well, that, and a decent idea.View story photos