Harris and Geer-Park ready to represent MSU at NCAA Championships
MSU golfers Allyson Geer-Park and Haylin Harris will take part in the NCAA Championships beginning on Friday, May 17 at the Blessing's Golf Club in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Spartan track and field sending 25 entries to NCAA East Preliminary Round
MSU men and women's track and field programs will head to Jacksonville, Florida for the 2019 NCAA East Preliminary Round May 23-25 at Hodges Stadium, hosted by the University of North Florida.
Students, faculty, staff weigh in on first campus survey benchmarking RVSM culture
More than 15,000 MSU students, staff and faculty participated in the university’s first campus-wide survey of the culture and perceptions associated with relationship violence and sexual misconduct on campus.
MSU scientists contribute to UN sustainability report
In assessing the world’s biodiversity and ecosystem services, a landmark United Nations report finds an unprecedented biodiversity loss – one million species of animals and plants face extinction. It calls for transformative changes to balance nature conservation and economic development.
Using computer games to aid cognitive development in African children
Michael Boivin, a professor in the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine, had no intentions of working in Africa until he met his wife, who grew up in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and whose father was a physician and missionary.View story photos
Creating culture of wellness on MSU’s campus
MSU is one of 139 universities and colleges around the world to be honored by Exercise is Medicine for its efforts to create a culture of wellness on campus. MSU earned a gold-level designation from the program.
Music professor earns Michigan Distinguished Professor of the Year award
Michael Dease, an associate professor of jazz trombone and improvisation in the College of Music at MSU, has received a Michigan Distinguished Professor of the Year award.View story photos
Spartan Street Medicine advisor to be honored
R. Taylor Scott, assistant professor of family and community medicine and clinical faculty advisor for Spartan Street Medicine, will be honored as the Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness Volunteer Champion during the organization’s sixth annual Breakfast of Champions on May 29.View story photos
Spartans set records in final round of the Pullman Regional
The MSU men's golf team moved up three spots in the final round of the NCAA Pullman Regional on Wednesday, finishing in seventh place at 12-under-par 828 (273-283-272).
Spartans battle Illini in final weekend of regular-season; Spartan Senior Day Saturday
MSU hosts Illinois in a three-game Big Ten Conference weekend series to close out regular-season action, Thursday-Saturday, May 16-18 at McLane Stadium at Kobs Field.