Jachimiak named associate vice president for MSU’s Office for Civil RightsView story photos
Faculty member named president-elect of world renowned organization
One faculty member has been elected to help lead one of the largest organizations for nursing education in the world, the National League for Nursing, or NLN.View story photos
MSU Hall of Famer Henry Bullough passes away
Former Spartan player and assistant coach Henry Bullough, a member of the MSU Athletics Hall of Fame, passed away on Sunday, Nov. 24. He was 85.
Agreement with CATA means free on-campus bus rides
MSU and CATA have signed a new service agreement to make on-campus bus service free to all students, staff and faculty for years to come.View story photos
MSU releases campus survey results
New data released today provides valuable insights about Michigan State University’s climate, the incidence of relationship violence and sexual misconduct and the impact of recent improvements made across campus on these critical issues.
MSU staff member elected to sports association
Kristin Traskie, fitness and wellness program coordinator in the health promotion department of MSU Student Health and Wellness, has been elected Michigan Intramural and Recreation Sports Association, or MIRSA, state director-elect.
Five MSU students, three alumni nominated for prestigious graduate school scholarships
MSU has nominated five undergraduate students and three alumni for nationally competitive graduate school scholarships: the Churchill Scholarship, the Marshall Scholarship, the Mitchell Scholarship and the Rhodes Scholarship.
MSU tops international rankings for education
MSU is ranked No. 1 in the world for education, according to one widely used international ranking of universities.
MSU researcher develops support services for released inmates
MSU College of Human Medicine researcher believes that specially trained “peer navigators” who have experienced the same problems can help connect the former inmates with the mental health, medical, substance abuse and other services they need.
Unlikely gathering of scientists generates extraordinary research team to create the fat free cell
Kerfeld will lead this unlikely team of scientists that includes five research groups from universities across the nation in a $3.4 million Rules of Life grant to engineer a synthetic cell.View story photos