McLean named CoSIDA/Google Cloud Academic All-American
MSU junior Samantha McLean has been named to the College Sports Information Directors of America Google Cloud Academic All-America Team, as announced on Monday.
Spartan good will
From finding the courage to tackle big challenges to creating a kinder, more understanding world to encouraging others to acknowledge their own worth, Spartans are hoping for — and working for — a better, safer, healthier year for all.View story photos
Cole Chewins named Academic All-American for second straight year
For the second year in a row, MSU junior offensive tackle Cole Chewins has earned Academic All-America honors.
International student named Rhodes Scholar
Nikkita Ngalande, an Honors College senior majoring in actuarial science in the College of Natural Science, has been named a Rhodes Scholar from her home country of Zambia.View story photos
Global Youth Summit applications accepted through end of Dec.
MSU’s Global Youth Advancement Network will be hosting its inaugural Global Youth Advancement Summit at the Kellogg Center on June 11-13, 2019. Applications will be accepted until Dec. 31.
Don't stress: reuse artificial trees, compost natural ones
Don't stress about what kind of Christmas tree to buy. Reuse artificial trees and compost natural ones.View story photos
Anil Jain earns distinguished fellowship
Anil Jain, MSU computer science and engineering professor, has been named a Fellow of The World Academy of Sciences, or TWAS, for a lifetime of perspectives and publications that have inspired students and researchers worldwide.View story photos
The source of stem cells points to two proteins
New MSU research published in the journal eLife has pinpointed two proteins that are the keys to stem cell generation.View story photos
Collaborative $3.5 million NIH grant helps continue work in minority aging and health
The MSU College of Human Medicine has joined a long-standing partnership with the Institute of Gerontology at Wayne State University and the Institute of Social Research at the University of Michigan to help investigate health disparities among African Americans.View story photos
Chocolate fundraiser for victims of domestic violence
To celebrate National Dip Anything in Chocolate Day, which is Sunday, MSU’s Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center team has organized a Chocolate Challenge for Charity to raise funds for local charity End Violent Encounters, which is a safe place for victims of domestic violence.