Studio art student helps create life-size snare art giraffe
A life-size giraffe constructed from wire snares, created in part by senior studio art major Richard Tanner, was unveiled on April 20 at the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum as part of the “Snares to Wares Spring Soirée.”View story photos
MSU program strengthens student teacher experience
In 2015, MSU Department of Teacher Education designed and funded a program to provide targeted support to classroom teachers who oversee interns across MSU student teaching intern’s year-long experience. Three years later, the program has increased in participants and influence, expanding from Lansing-area schools to include schools in Grand Rapids and Detroit.View story photos
WKAR holds casting call for kids’ science show
WKAR is holding an open casting call for children ages nine to 14 for season five of “Curious Crew,” a children’s television show about science produced by WKAR at MSU scheduled for production in the summer of 2018.
Award-winning global science series launches in Detroit, East Lansing
Science Gallery Lab Detroit, the first installment in the Americas of the global initiative that fuses art and science, will bring its Detroit-based Intersection series to East Lansing.View story photos
MSU undergrads honor faculty with Mentor of the Year Awards
Daniel Menchik, assistant professor of sociology and history, philosophy and sociology of science, and Patricia Norris, professor of community sustainability, were both recent recipients of the annual Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentor of the Year Award.View story photos
Kjerstin Thorson: How social and digital media inform political messaging
College of Communication Arts and Sciences' Kjerstin Thorson, assistant professor in the Department of Advertising and Public Relations, discusses her research on social media and its effect on political interest and engagement.View story videos
Sensory-friendly performances allow a more inclusive, comfortable environment
Bright lights, loud noises and surprising elements that come with live theater shows often create an overwhelming setting for people with autism spectrum disorder, or ASD, developmental disabilities or other sensory-sensitive conditions.View story photos
MSU team makes healthy food more accessible in new app
Joshua Introne, assistant professor in MSU’s Department of Media and Information, has helped develop a solution to what he would describe as a “food desert” in Flint, Michigan.View story photos
Wharton Center's 2018-19 season to include 'Hamilton'
The Wharton Center 2018-19 season includes the dates for the premiere engagement of "Hamilton" as well as a host of Tony Award®-winning Broadway shows and a diverse performing arts series.
Karen Lovelace: Going far with linguistics
During her most recent linguistics internship, senior Karen Lovelace pushed herself far out of her comfort zone - about 3,965 miles to be exact.View story photos