Writing the next chapter for Spartans
The Karen L. Gillmor, Ph.D. Endowed Professorship in Professional and Public Writing, created in Gillmor’s name, will help recruit and retain outstanding professional and public writing faculty.
Experts make recommendations to address sexual misconduct
The Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct Expert Advisory Workgroup solicits feedback from the MSU community on RVSM issues and makes recommendations to university leaders for improving programs and policies.
MSU Museum’s sexual assault exhibit receives award for impact, community engagement
MSU Museum’s “Finding Our Voice: Sister Survivors Speak” exhibit was awarded the 2019 Peninsulas Prize last week for its impact and exceptional programming by the Michigan Museums Association.View story photos
Laverne Cox to speak during MSU It’s On Us Week
Actress and activist Laverne Cox announced as keynote speaker during MSU It’s On Us Week, Oct. 14-Oct. 18.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.
Udpa returning to engineering faculty and lab work
Executive Vice President Satish Udpa is resigning from his administrative position and returning to lab and research work at the university.View story photos
MSU faculty and alumna named ASPET fellows
Three people with ties to MSU and the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology have been named to the 2019 inaugural class of Fellows of the American Society of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, or ASPET.View story photos
Dantonio's moment in history
Mark Dantonio is the winningest coach in the 123-year storied history of MSU football.
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.
Treaty of Saginaw 200th Anniversary Events to be Held
In recognition of the signing of the 1819 Treaty of Saginaw, as well as reflecting on the respective treaty obligations and acknowledging the more than 200 years of ongoing Indigenous presence, Michigan State University's American Indian and Indigenous Studies program, Indigenous Law and Policy Centerand Native American Institute are hosting a symposium, titled “Edweying Naabing // Looking at the Past and Present.”