Can walking ease the sting of social exclusion?
An MSU study conducted last year has won two kinesiology researchers and an alumnus a national award for their work exploring how walking might reduce the negative effects of feeling socially excluded or left out among peers.View story photos
Spartans will kick at noon against Central Michigan on Sept. 29
The Big Ten Conference announced on Monday that MSU's final nonconference game of the 2018 regular season against Central Michigan on Saturday, Sept. 29, will begin at 12 p.m. in Spartan Stadium.
Spartans make a difference through Athletes for Hope
Athletes for Hope has been committed to helping athletes make a difference in the world and that has impacted a trio of MSU field hockey players.
MSU professor gives insights on teacher shortage
MSU researcher Katharine Strunk helps answer why there's a teacher shortage in California as part of a sweeping report on public education in the state.View story photos
Multimillion-dollar gift establishes Institute for Jewish Studies and Modern Israel
MSU has received a multimillion-dollar gift from Michael and Elaine Serling for the Jewish Studies Program.View story photos
New discovery of a photobase so strong, it merits moniker of ‘super’
An interdisciplinary team of scientists led by MSU has documented a super photobase that is 10 million times stronger than anything previously discovered.View story photos
Director honored for work in health care simulation
Mary Kay Smith, director of the Learning and Assessment Center, was named to the Class of 2019 Fellows of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare Academy.
Soil holds the secret to mitigating climate change
Food production doesn’t have to be a victim of climate change. New MSU research suggests that crop yields and the global food supply chain can be preserved by harnessing the critical, and often overlooked, partner in food supply – soil.View story photos
MSU professor awarded Peter Debye Prize for Young Investigators in Dielectric Research
A chemical engineer at MSU received the 2018 Peter Debye Prize for Young Investigators in Dielectric Research by the International Dielectric Society.View story photos
IPPSR kicks off 26th year of public policy forums
MSU's Institute for Public Policy and Social Research kicks off its 26th year of public policy forums, designed to attract thousands of policy-minded listeners to hear presentations on pressing topics that drive community and capital debate.