MSU students earn Board of Trustees Awards
At its meeting Friday, the MSU Board of Trustees honored 17 graduating students with an award for achieving the highest scholastic average at the close of their last semester.
Trustees approve project to update the Eppley Center
MSU's Board of Trustees today authorized a $10.3 million project to update the infrastructure and functionality of the Eppley Center in the university’s Business College Complex.
A new tool tidies up molecules at the nano level
Tidying up. Not an idea associated with living cells on the nanoscale. But just as a mismash of IKEA bits scattered throughout your bedroom is less useful than a neatly-assembled dresser, synthetic biologists wish to have tools to organize “scattered” components inside living cells.
Transformative change can save humans and nature
The survival of Earth’s life is not a battle of humans versus nature. In this week’s Science a sweeping assessment of nature, concluding victory needs both humans and nature to thrive.View story photos
Academic All-Big Ten honors announced for 2019 Fall season
The Big Ten Conference announced the Academic All-Big Ten honorees for the 2019 fall sports season on Wednesday, Dec. 11.
Michael Steinberg, College of Arts and Letter professor, died Dec. 9. Steinberg joined the staff in 1969 and retired in 2000.
Here’s what police know about digital evidence
MSU criminal justice researcher Thomas Holt is among the first to examine how well police can identify digital evidence on a crime scene.View story photos
MSU college establishes two new divisions
MSU College of Human Medicine announced the formation of two new clinical divisions — a Division of Neurosurgery and a Division of Otolaryngology — in partnership with two Southeast Michigan medical practices, a move that expands its statewide presence and opportunities for its students.
Spartans graduate this weekend
MSU will host commencement ceremonies Friday and Saturday at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center.View story photos
My grown-up list
Well, it’s that time of year again, where I find myself casually singing along to holiday music and, inevitably, end up crying. This year, as I face Christmas without my dad, it’s happened more than usual. In fact, I even had to duck down the bread aisle at Meijer to wipe my tears before any other shoppers happened to notice.View story photos