Schizophrenia patients more willing to manage symptoms using smartphones
An MSU College of Human Medicine psychiatrist has found that most patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorder are willing to use a smartphone application to help manage their symptoms, including after regular clinic hours.View story photos
Haggerty named MVP at volleyball annual banquet
MSU volleyball celebrated its 2018 season on Sunday, Jan. 20 at the annual team banquet and awards ceremony.
Spartans complete sweep of Minnesota with 5-3 win
The MSU hockey team completed a weekend sweep of Minnesota with a 5-3 victory over the Golden Gophers on Sunday evening at Munn Ice Arena.
Vernon VandePol, county extension director, died Jan. 14. VandePol joined the staff in 1967 and retired in 1982.
Sarra Baraily, University Services purchasing expediter, died Jan. 7. Baraily joined the staff in 1988 and retired in 2013.
Milton Erdmann, crop and soil sciences professor, died Sept. 15. Erdmann joined the staff in 1953 and retired in 1980.
Norman Thompson, crop and soil sciences professor, died Dec. 2. Thompson joined the staff in 1953 and retired in 1983.
John Crisler, assistant professor of family and community medicine, died Jan. 16. Crisler joined the staff in 2017.
MSU Museum launches speaker series on effects of sexual violence
The MSU Museum and The Army of Survivors have partnered to launch a roundtable discussion series to raise awareness and provide education on the effects of sexual violence.View story photos
MSU hosts 9th annual birthday concert for Mozart
MSU’s College of Music is proud to present the ninth annual “Happy Birthday Mozart!” concert, celebrating the legacy of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, whose influence can still be felt over 200 years since his death.View story photos