MSU students reveal impact of Guatemala field work
Student groups took to the podium at the James Madison College Research Showcase to present research that they conducted throughout the academic year. Students from one group in particular had a hands-on experience they'll never forget.View story photos
Survey says: Michigan voters undecided on governor elections but have opinions on pot
With the 2018 election six months away, MSU's Institute for Public Policy and Social Research released findings from its latest State of the State Survey revealing that many voters still are undecided on candidates but have strong opinions on controversial ballot issues.View story photos
Accounting senior from humble beginnings wins Featherstone Endowed Prize
Elexis Grimes calls getting to MSU “one of the hardest experiences of my life.” But once here, the accounting major blossomed by bettering herself inside the classroom and helping others along the way.View story photos
Conquer Accelerator announces program’s 2018 cohort participants
The Conquer Accelerator program announced today the five startup teams selected to participate in its third summer cohort.
Honorary degree recipients will speak before and after graduation ceremonies
Two men who have made a tremendous impact on the betterment of society, especially in Africa, will be honored at Michigan State University’s 2018 convocation.
Suzy Merchant to host third-annual EmpowHER Retreat for Girls
MSU head women’s basketball coach Suzy Merchant and the MSU Eli Broad College of Business are hosting the third annual EmpowHER Retreat Friday-Saturday, April 27-28 at the Breslin Center.
Are millennials taking over the supply chain?
The way you get a cup of coffee, cook a meal at home and even purchase clothing is changing.View story photos
MSU takes two national titles at national sales competition
MSU came out on top at the 2018 National Collegiate Sales Competition.View story photos
Rampant tax confusion
If you're like most Americans, you see tax season as stressful. But, you're not alone. About 85 percent of taxpayers overstate their actual federal income taxes, according to new MSU research.View story photos
'Marriage diversity' a must-have for rock bands to businesses
The rock n' roll lore says that once a bandmate gets married, the party's over for the group. However, MSU research says that the blended mix of married and unmarried bandmates improves creativity, innovation and collaborative thinking (and, that the same goes for working professionals).View story photos