Former MSU basketball player uses gaming to keep her head in the game
Former MSU All-American Aerial Powers, now part of the 2019 WNBA champion Washington Mystics, has continued her competitive spirit during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Gift of Baseball
Back on March 12, the MSU baseball team was gearing up for a trip down to Terre Haute to take on the Indiana State for a weekend series. Then, the world stopped.
Stepping up to reduce mental illness in jails
A national approach called the Stepping Up Initiative is helping hundreds of counties nationwide reduce the number of people with mental illnesses in jails.
Jo Forest, Owen-Van Hoosen Hall building service worker, died May 14. Forest joined the staff in 1985 and retired in 2000.
Donald Spyke, computer labs business manager, died May 16. Spyke joined the staff in 1962 and retired in 1994.
Casbergue, John P.
John P. Casbergue, College of Osteopathic Medicine professor, died May 17. Casbergue joined the staff in 1973 and retired in 1981.
Ellie Weise: Focusing on what we can control
I have an early round of data completed that I’m able to work with, so I’m finishing up the publication for that right now. But rounds two and three are delayed until we can get back on campus to do lab work, and I don’t know when that’s going to be.View story photos
Researchers earn grant to study fungus that causes liver cancer
This grant will allow the team to examine whether transgenic, or genetically modified, Bt corn has lower levels of a certain fungal toxin, aflatoxin, that causes liver cancer.View story photos
John Hollenbeck: The magic to making Zoom calls effective
Humans simply weren’t designed for a 15-person Zoom meeting.View story photos
Ask the expert: How can employees care for their mental health while working from home?
Anglea Hall, a professor in MSU's School of Human Resources and Labor Relations, offers tips to support mental health when suffering from workplace burnout during the health crisis.View story photos