ComArtSci student taps his love for poetry
Masaki Takahashi believes in the power of poetry, particularly the raw honesty that arises from the spoken word.
Social scientists awarded National Parks Service grant
The Department of Anthropology is pleased to announce that Stacey Camp and Ethan Watrall have been awarded a 3 year National Parks Service Japanese American Confinement Sites grant for $379,017.View story photos
'On These Grounds' describes the history of enslavement at colleges
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded MSU a grant of $550,000 to support the first phase of the On These Grounds projectView story photos
New phishing scam targets college communities
Watch out for suspicious emails — a new phishing scam is targeting college communities across the country.
Examining the power of pop culture to shape perception, issues and trends
Kinitra Brooks examines how Black women use genre fictions to recreate their own realities and to define places of spiritual power and reclamation. To make it immediate, she’s embraced the study of contemporary Black women artists like Beyoncé, popular films like Black Panther and the work of horror filmmakers like Jordan Peele.
Keeping art at the center of your day
Every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Wharton Center posts virtual content to the Wharton Facebook page and YouTube channel specific to keeping art at the center of your day. The series of posts is called whARTon Wednesdays
Preparing a unique breed of medical researchers
In 2018, they established the Dewey Memorial Endowed Scholarship, named after their late Newfoundland, Dewey. The $1.3 million endowment will help recruit top students to the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine’s dual-degree program, which educates, trains and prepares tomorrow’s clinician-scientists to help address evolving scientific, social, ethical, political and humanitarian challenges that face animals and public health care.
MSU law school moot court ranked No.1 in the nation
MSU College of Law has the top-ranked law school moot court program in the United States, according to 2019-2020 data compiled by the University of Houston Law Center’s Blakely Advocacy Institute.
MSU helps produce education writers’ guide for inclusive coverage
Education journalists carry great responsibility as they strive to write about the nation’s diverse schools in ways that are inclusive, and that minimize their own biases.
MSU sociologists help refugees stay safe from COVID-19
In refugee camps and urban settlements throughout the Middle East and North Africa, the threat of COVID-19 is high in the minds of the non-governmental organizations. In some cases, items as simple as soap can be hard to find. In others, the volunteers themselves are scarce as fear of infection spreads.