Keeping art at the center of your day
Every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Wharton Center posts virtual content to the Wharton Facebook page and YouTube channel specific to keeping art at the center of your day. The series of posts is called whARTon Wednesdays
Preparing a unique breed of medical researchers
In 2018, they established the Dewey Memorial Endowed Scholarship, named after their late Newfoundland, Dewey. The $1.3 million endowment will help recruit top students to the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine’s dual-degree program, which educates, trains and prepares tomorrow’s clinician-scientists to help address evolving scientific, social, ethical, political and humanitarian challenges that face animals and public health care.
Expect the unexpected
Last weekend, like I do many weekends, I took my dog for a walk on campus. We kept our distance from others and I wore a face covering because, even outdoors, I want to be sure I’m not inadvertently risking infecting someone I might pass.View story photos
MSU law school moot court ranked No.1 in the nation
MSU College of Law has the top-ranked law school moot court program in the United States, according to 2019-2020 data compiled by the University of Houston Law Center’s Blakely Advocacy Institute.
MSU recognized for sexual assault prevention work
MSU’s Prevention, Outreach and Education Department was honored with the 2020 Impact Award for their outstanding achievements in sexual assault prevention at the Campus Prevention Network Summit, that was held virtually recently and hosted by EVERFI.
Swim Squads Earn Scholar All-America Honors
The College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has selected the MSU men's and women's swimming and diving teams for Scholar All-American honors. MSU was one of 461 schools to receive the award for the spring semester
Machine learning model finds SARS-CoV-2 growing more infectious
A novel machine learning model developed by researchers at Michigan State University suggests that mutations to the SARS-CoV-2 genome have made the virus more infectious.View story photos
Frederick Whims, Collage of Agriculture and Natural Resources professor emeritus, died June 28. Whims joined the staff in 1982 and retired in 2002.
Norma Avelleyra, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences secretary, died June 26. Avelleyra joined the staff in 1978 and retired in 1994.
Roy Black, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics tenured professor, died June 27. Black joined the staff in 1970.