MSU set to host National Accessibility Conference
This year’s 4th annual Accessible Learning Conference will take place on December 6 and 7 in the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center. Each year, the Accessible Learning Conference devotes time to explore different avenues concerning accessibility. This year, the ALC will explore accessibility as a social justice issue.
High blood pressure? An air filter may help
An MSU researcher has found that high blood pressure, a leading cause of heart attacks and strokes, can be lowered significantly by using portable air filters that remove tiny indoor air particles known to increase risk of cardiovascular issues.View story photos
Margo Glew: The world is our classroom
Every time I visit a classroom, I am fascinated as I sit in the back of the room watching the teacher work with students. I think how fortunate I am to be able to observe this culturally universal phenomenon — the daily routine of young people all over the world as they wake up, put on their school clothes and head out the door to meet their friends and teachers for a day of learning.View story photos
Casey McAndrew: Kindergarten intern
Being in the classroom every day now, I realize how much of an advantage I’m at after getting my education through MSU. The Teacher Preparation Program truly prepared me for the day-to-day challenges that come with teaching.View story photos
Bernard Charles: Teach, even when they say 'don't'
The reason I teach is because making a difference to the present and future is critical in creating the world that I want to live in. Everyone tries to break the world down into green and white, and I am no exception.View story photos
Using social media to weaken wrath of terrorist attacks
In a new report that includes intel from an MSU counterterrorism expert, experts from around the world offer guidance to authorities to better manage the impacts of terror attacks by harnessing media communication.View story photos
MSU celebrates International Education Week
MSU will hold its annual International Education Week festivities starting Monday, continuing throughout next week until Friday.
How should World War I be taught in American schools?
Different countries around the world tell a different story of WWI history. Kyle Greenwalt, associate professor of teacher education, suggests we rethink how we teach the historic era in our schools.
Why I teach
Graduates of MSU’s top-ranked elementary and secondary graduate programs—ranked #1 in the nation for 24 consecutive years—are exceptionally well prepared to make a difference in the lives of their students.View story photos
MSU's VIPP helps South Korea's nationwide trauma care reform
MSU's Visiting International Professional Program organized a professional development workshop in Michigan and Maryland for 20 trauma doctors and public officials from South Korea.View story photos