Clinics now offering telehealth services
MSU Health Care patients can now communicate with their providers from the comfort of their own home.
Leonard Fleck: Op-ed: Sacrificing public health for the sake of the economy
By way of contrast, we have no vaccine and no cure on the horizon, in spite of grossly exaggerated reports earlier this month from the Trump administration to the contrary.View story photos
Culinary services and food bank support students, Lansing community
Through the Student Food Bank, MSU has provided nearly 2,500 meals and other food items to students and homeless shelters in the Lansing area.
Jason Miller: COVID-19 impacts on truckloads of freight
Miller’s research examines logistics operations with an emphasis on motor carrier safety, productivity and pricing. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, he is providing a series of brief video presentations called “Freight Fireside Chats” to explain how truckloads of freight are being affected and what changes we can expect to see in the coming weeks.View story photos
Impact 89 FM's Sci-Files to hold virtual Q& A session
Students will have the opportunity to talk to MSU scientists from The Sci-Files at 11 a.m. April 2 during a virtual Q&A session.
WKAR provides resources for families during coronavirus pandemic
Prompted by the coronavirus pandemic, MSU’s WKAR Public Media is paving the way for the community to access valuable information, including content to facilitate student learning.
WKAR TV special highlights COVID-19 crisis
As the novel coronavirus spreads through our Michigan communities, so does confusion and concern. People are navigating a complex pandemic in isolation, heightened anxiety and uncertainty.
MSU faculty member talks about food safety and COVID-19
It is crucial, even within families, to make sure not to share food that someone else directly bit into or drank. Even though COVID-19, caused specifically by SARS-CoV-2, is not typically airborne (therefore, you don’t have to worry about contracting it from breathing air unless an infected person coughed near you), it is droplet-borne.View story photos
How medical videos on YouTube are failing to meet people’s needs
New research from MSU, the University of Utah, the University of Arizona and Carnegie Mellon University examines how people process medical information online to manage their chronic conditions.
Shelia Cotten: My new normal
I feel very fortunate. I am not teaching this semester. I see the stress my colleagues are experiencing as they have struggled to put their classes online. They are rising to this challenge, as they do to challenges every day. I am grateful for the hard work they are doing to keep some sense of normalcy for MSU students.View story photos