MSU employees to receive Jack Breslin award May 21
Six staff employees will receive the 41st annual Jack Breslin Distinguished Staff Award, and one staff employee will receive the 2017-18 Ruth Jameyson "Above and Beyond" Award on May 21.View story photos
Global Water Pathogens Project awarded $1.6 million for research
The Global Water Pathogens Project will be supported in part by a new three-year, $1.6 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.View story photos
Michele H. Jackson recommended as new dean of Lyman Briggs College
Michele H. Jackson will be recommended as dean of MSU’s Lyman Briggs College.View story photos
College of Osteopathic Medicine recognizes Patenge award winners
The MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine will recognize three leaders with its highest honor, The Walter F. Patenge Medal of Public Service. The winners, who will be recognized for their commitment to excellence in medicine, government and public service on May 21, are William Falls, Patrick McClellan and Joanna Pease.View story photos
New MSU research to explore the basis of immunity
A new research project by MSU scientists will probe the mechanisms that drive disease and immunity at the cellular level, work which stands to revolutionize our understanding of why plants and animals, including humans, get sick.
MSU selected for 2018 Governor's Service Award
Michigan governor Rick Snyder announced MSU as a recipient of the 2018 Education Service Leader award, which recognizes schools, universities or organizations that support youth to engage in service and volunteerism both on campus and in their communities.
New medical scanning technology comes to MSU
A new scanning technology that can image around metallic implants, such as a knee replacement, has been installed at MSU Radiology.
Graduate School announces Outstanding Mentoring Awards for 2018
MSU's Graduate School recently announced the 2018 recipients of the Graduate School Outstanding Mentoring Awards.
MSU students use spring break to care for patients
For many years, third- and fourth-year students in the MSU College of Human Medicine have used their spring break to go on medical mission trips all over the world. This year, dozens of first- and second-year students joined them on trips to Haiti and Cuba, as part of the new Shared Discovery Curriculum, which places students in clinical settings a few weeks into their first year.View story photos
NSF awards $2.5 million for MSU plant genome research project
MSU researchers have received more than $2.5 million for plant genome research from the National Science Foundation. This includes outreach work to create a children’s exhibit at Lansing’s Impression 5 Science Center that will describe genes, heredity and the process of improving plant traits for agriculture.View story photos