Sixth annual Latin IS America Series to begin March 25
Spearheaded by the MSU College of Music, the sixth annual Latin IS America Series of music will feature national and internationally renowned guests in performances, workshops, scholarly discussions and film. Events will take place on MSU’s campus from March 25 through April 23.
MSU MBA pilots admission initiative for creative professionals
The Eli Broad College of Business will pilot an admissions initiative, targeting dynamic candidates with professional experience. For the first time, starting with the class of 2021, the Full-Time MBA will accept a select number of candidates without a standardized test score.View story photos
Simulation workshop helps fight poverty in the community
MSU's College of Nursing and the School of Social Work will jointly provide a workshop for healthcare professionals that focuses on poverty in the Lansing area.
Engler takes quick action to address campus community concerns about sexual assault programs
Shortly after the release of a preliminary report evaluating the effectiveness of Title IX-related education and prevention programs, and based on recommendations from the Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct Expert Advisory Workgroup, Interim President John Engler is announcing the creation of the Office of Civil Rights and Title IX Education and Compliance.
ComArtSci students bring home 55 ADDYs
MSU advertising and public relations students triumphed at the 2018 Michigan ADDY Awards on March 14, walking away with a total of 55 ADDYs in the student category. That total includes 13 gold, 15 silver and 27 bronze awards.
Game changer: MSU game design ranks in nation's top 10
MSU's game design undergraduate and graduate programs earned top 10 spots in a national ranking.View story photos
Spartans open Big Ten action with series against Wolverines
MSU baseball opens Big Ten Conference action this weekend with a three-game away--home-away series with in-state rival Michigan.
Spartans hold first spring scrimmage in Spartan Stadium
The MSU football team held its first scrimmage of spring practice on Thursday afternoon under sunny skies and temperatures in the low-40s at Spartan Stadium.
MSU’s newest NSF CAREER Award to develop dynamic antenna arrays
Jeffrey Nanzer, MSU’s Dennis P. Nyquist assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, will use a $500,000 National Science Foundation Early Career Development Award to develop dynamic antenna arrays for radar and remote sensing.View story photos
MSU strives to improve effectiveness of sexual assault prevention and education programs, communications and mental health services
A preliminary report released by a Kansas City law firm reaffirmed Michigan State University’s Title IX policies reflect a strong and genuine commitment to combatting sexual misconduct.