State of the State Survey: Michiganders optimistic about economy, less happy with leaders
The latest State of the State Survey reveals that Michiganders are more confident in the economy than they are in elected officials.View story photos
Business Pavilion celebrates construction milestone
On Feb. 27, the Broad College and MSU community gathered to celebrate a milestone for the Business Pavilion construction. The "topping off ceremony" represents the halfway point of construction.View story photos
Supplier expo to boost minority business partners
In a move to underscore MSU's commitment to inclusion, University Services will host a Supplier Inclusion expo.View story photos
MSU team to empower Latino farmers
Armed with a $600,000 grant, MSU researchers will work alongside Latino migrant farmers to reshape how Michigan harvests fruit – and cultivate a new workforce.View story photos
Amazon Alexa voted No. 1 Super Bowl ad by MSU faculty
This year, a commercial for Amazon Alexa grabbed the top spot for Super Bowl commercials, according to MSU faculty.View story photos
MSU showcases autonomous vehicle technology at 2018 NAIAS
As winter swirls around the 2018 North American International Auto Show, MSU researchers will be there to demonstrate advanced technology aiming to overcome even the most challenging driving conditions.
Business, IT students ready to help local companies
More than 20 teams of MSU undergraduate seniors are ready and waiting to help mid-Michigan businesses and nonprofits solve their digital problems.
Is bitcoin the next Amazon? This MSU expert doubts it.
Like the dot-com bubble before it, the bitcoin craze has a big potential upside – but perhaps an even bigger downside, at least for investors, says an MSU finance expert.View story photos
2017 Year in Review
In 2017, Spartans made a difference to the world—and each other—from saving pandas and developing life-changing treatments to winning championships and serving our communities. Take a look back at some of MSU’s top social media posts and comments from the year. Every day, Spartans Will.View story photos
African immigrants: How race and gender shape the American dream
Africans represent one of the fastest-growing immigrant groups in the United States, but women far outpace men for securing high-skilled jobs and earnings growth, indicates a new study led by an MSU sociologist.View story photos