Six MSU students honored with Title-VI Fulbright-Hays Fellowships
Six MSU students earned Fulbright-Hays research fellowships in the national competition among scholars of foreign language and area studies, setting a record number of awards granted to a single university in the United States.
MSU helps migrant workers earn high school diplomas
Due to the unique demands of their work lives, many children of migrant workers can’t attend traditional schools. A $2.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to MSU’s Migrant Student Services will make it easier for the roughly 6,000 migrant students in Michigan obtain their GED, or general educational development, the equivalent to a high school diploma.
Richard Lenski receives prestigious interdisciplinary research, mentoring award
Demonstrating that there is more than one way to pass on one’s legacy than just genetically, MSU experimental evolutionary biologist, Richard Lenski, has been awarded the 2020 D.C. White Award by the American Society for Microbiology, or ASM,—the world’s oldest and largest life science organization—in recognition of his distinguished accomplishments, not only in interdisciplinary research, but in mentoring.View story photos
Alumna, camp co-founder earns 'Women of Worth' award from L’Oréal Paris
MSU alumna Judy Winter, who cofounded MSU’s Eric 'RicStar' Winter Music Therapy Camp, has been selected as one of the 2019 Women of Worth honorees by L’Oréal Paris for her outstanding work with individuals with special needs.View story photosView story videos
Julian Samora Research Institute marks 30th anniversary
Conference addresses new and continuing challenges facing Latino communities in the midwest and across the U.S.View story photos
Ingeborg Burrows, MSU Union building service worker, died Oct. 13. Burrows joined the staff in 1970 and retired in 1992.
MSU expert available to discuss Teen Driver Safety Week
National Teen Driver Safety Week is coming up, Oct. 20-26, and MSU’s Peter Savolainen is available to discuss his research on distracted drivers.View story photos
William Margetson, power and water plant engineer, died Sept. 30. Margetson joined the staff in 1964 and retired in 1992.
Kieto Matsui returns to Wharton Center
Keiko Matsui, internationally acclaimed and celebrated pianist and committed humanitarian, is welcomed back to Wharton Center’s Pasant Theatre, more than a decade after her last sold-out show here in 2008.
Spartans win Tar Heel Invite
The 19th-ranked MSU women's golf team held off some of the best teams in the nation to win the Ruth's Chris Tar Heel Invitational in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.