Building for tomorrow
Many of the cranes and construction barriers on Michigan State University’s campus are giving way to shiny new buildings and renovated spaces that point toward the MSU of the future. These facilities don’t just accommodate a growing student and faculty population, but also provide spaces that put collaboration and innovation first.View story photos
MSU entrepreneurship program awarded GCEC prize
MSU received 2019’s Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Center’s prestigious prize for Outstanding Student Engagement and Leadership.
MSU opens doors to business college’s new pavilion
MSU hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 27 to showcase and formally celebrate the opening of the Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion at the Eli Broad College of Business.View story photos
Quickest Payback in the Big Ten: The Broad Full-Time MBA Program
Forbes’ 2019 ranking places the Broad College 9th among public schools and 27th overall. Broad has consistently been ranked among the top 10 public institutions and the top 30 programs overall in Forbes’ Best Business Schools lists since 2007.
MSU conservation and business researchers partner to disrupt wildlife trafficking
Faculty from Michigan State University will join forces and combine conservation and supply chain management expertise to reduce wildlife trafficking, a global crime with far-reaching impacts.View story photos
Here’s the kind of data hackers get about you from hospitals
New research from MSU and Johns Hopkins University is the first to uncover the specific data leaked through a decade's worth of hospital breaches, sounding alarm bells for nearly 170 million people.View story photos
MSU supply chain management continues to dominate
MSU earned prominent recognition on the latest U.S. News and World Report ranking, America’s Best Colleges 2020, which includes a top-ranked national program.
Sanjay Gupta: Transforming the future of business
It is my privilege to welcome Spartans to an exciting year filled with innovation and impact. We have built a cutting-edge physical space on campus where Spartans Will transform the future of business.View story photos
Hospitality business associate professor takes on international leadership role
Broad College of Business Spartans are constantly striving to reach new heights with the confidence and passion to make a difference for the business world. This summer, Jeff Beck, associate professor in The School of Hospitality Business, was named International Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education’s 73rd president.View story photos
Zach Richardson: Thriving at MSU
Benjamin Franklin famously said that only two things are certain in life: “Death and taxes.” For me, someone with 16 major or minor allergies including a severe shellfish allergy and a peanut allergy that is off the charts, food paranoia is a third certainty. Or maybe certainty 2.5; it’s kind of attached to death. That’s why I was excited to try MSU’s new allergen-free dining hall: Thrive.View story photos