Kraeer, John E.
John E. Kraeer, assistant director for the Broad College of Business, died April 17. Kraeer joined the staff in 1962 and retired in 1995.
MSU awarded $7.8M for agricultural transformation in Malawi
MSU researchers received a $7.8 million grant from the Agricultural Transformation Initiative to build an independent policy research institute in Malawi dedicated to improving the livelihoods of smallholder farmers and transforming Malawi’s agricultural sector.
Capturing MSU history for future Spartans
MSU Archives and Historical collections work to capture past and present moments of faculty, staff and students and preserves them for future generations of Spartans.View story photos
Spartans take fifth at the Big Ten Championships
The MSU women's golf team took fifth place at the 2019 Big Ten Championships. The Spartans were 5-under-par 283 in Sunday's final round at TPC River's Bend and finished 4-over-par 580 (297-283), in the event which was shortened to 36 holes to due to rain and poor course conditions on Saturday.
Spartans collect career-bests, top marks at Virginia Challenge Saturday
MSU track and field collected personal bests and posted top marks at Lannigan Field to close out competition on Saturday at the Virginia Challenge.
College of Engineering faculty members receive NSF CAREER Awards
Two MSU computer science and engineering faculty from the College of Engineering have received NSF CAREER Awards.View story photos
Spartans host Hoosiers in weekend B1G series
MSU hosts Indiana this weekend in a three-game Big Ten Conference series, Friday-Sunday, April 19-21, with the Spartans welcoming the Hoosiers to East Lansing for the first time since 2016, as MSU continues its season-long nine-game homestand.
Spartan hockey hosts annual awards program
The Michigan State hockey program put a cap on the 2018-19 season with its annual awards program on Thursday (April 18) night at Eagle Eye Golf Club.
Marijuana users weigh less, defying the munchies
New evidence from MSU suggests that those who smoke cannabis, or marijuana, weigh less compared to adults who don’t.View story photos
Spartan volleyball to compete in collegiate showcase
MSU will complete its spring schedule this weekend with a match in the Grand Rapids Sports Hall of Fame Showcase.