MSUPD hosts trauma-informed conference for law enforcement
Michigan State University Police Department's Center for Trauma-Informed Investigative Excellence hosted a two-day conference to teach law enforcement how they can better provide support to survivors of sexual assault and relationship violence.View story photos
Mellon grant supports values-based metrics initiative to transform higher education
MSU has received a $695,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to fund the Humane Metrics for the Humanities and Social Sciences, or HuMetricsHSS, initiative. HuMetricsHSS is an international partnership that supports the development and implementation of new methods for assessing the nature and quality of scholarship in the humanities and social sciences over the next 18 months.View story photos
You are a Spartan
MSU is a place full of possibilities, promise and people determined to make a difference. It’s a place to try new things and to pursue your passions. To experience MSU’s rich traditions and to meet people who will make an impact on your life today and tomorrow.View story photos
New year, same advice
As I prepare for the mass arrival of more than 50,000 students in the next couple of weeks, I was trying to think about what advice I could give those students when I remembered — been there, done that. Since Spartans are into recycling and sustainability, I thought it wouldn’t hurt to repeat the advice I offered four years ago since those freshman have already graduated and are out making their mark on the world.View story photos
Monique Turner: Your voices matter
As the new chairperson of the Department of Communication, I would like to take this opportunity to tell you how honored I am to return to MSU, leading one of the top communication programs in the country.View story photos
Nina Biundo: Service learning in the Land of Smiles
Helping creatures in need was my motive. Following my passion to Thailand, also known as the Land of Smiles, has impacted me more than any other experience in my life. From the moment I stepped foot on Thai soil, I was immersed in a beautiful culture and surrounded by the kindest people I have ever met.View story photos
MSU appoints presidential advisers on sexual misconduct issues
President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. has appointed two presidential advisers to support and drive the university’s efforts to address relationship violence and sexual misconduct issues.View story photos
Martina McBride's Christmas concert tour 'The Joy of Christmas' coming to Wharton
Multiple-time Grammy nominee Martina McBride announced her Christmas tour, “The Joy of Christmas,” with a stop at Wharton Center’s Cobb Great Hall on December 19.
17th annual Meet the Spartans scheduled next week
Spartan football fans of all ages are invited to attend the 17th annual "Meet the Spartans," presented by Pepsi and Sparrow Health System from 5-8 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 19 in Spartan Stadium.
Safety is focus of new protected bicycle path
Almost a half-mile in one lane of southbound of Bogue Street is now a two-way protected bicycle path separated from vehicles.