MSU ranked in top 8% of US universities
MSU is ranked in the top 8% of higher education institutions in the nation, according to QS Quacquarelli Symonds.
Wharton Center announces 2020-21 season
The last few months have been unprecedented in the performing arts and entertainment industry. While COVID-19 has changed the world, Wharton Center Executive Director Mike Brand says, "Wharton Center is ready to move forward and do what we do best: present the finest of the performing arts."
Spartan designs no-touch tool for door handles
Executive MBA student Gabriel Escudero Borges has employed the Spartan spirit by designing his No-Touch Tool to help people avoid touching surfaces when leaving their home during the novel coronavirus pandemic.View story photos
Study: How to identify patients most at risk from COVID-19 through nanotechnology
What if doctors could not only diagnose a COVID-19 infection but identify which patients are at the greatest risk of death before any major complications arise? One Michigan State University scientist believes nanotechnology may be the answer.View story photos
MSU maintains room and board rates for next academic year
MSU Board of Trustees approved the university’s plan to maintain room and board rates for the 2020-21 academic year at the 2019-20 academic year levels.
MSU stresses importance of PPE in photo and video shoots
Amidst the novel coronavirus pandemic, MSU’s Environmental Health and Safety, or EHS, is diligently working to prioritize the health and safety of all Spartans and ensure that proper use of Personal Protective Equipment, or PPE, is depicted in all photo and video shoots.
Researchers discover evolutionary origins of cat attractant in catmint
In a new study published in Science Advances, an international team of researchers, including Michigan State University plant biologist Robin Buell, investigated how and why catmint makes nepetalactone and how the biosynthetic pathways for the formation of this unique chemical molecule have evolved.View story photos
Advancing health equity for older Americans receiving Medicaid
Requiring older Americans to work as a condition of receiving Medicaid could negatively and disproportionately affect many, Rodlescia Sneed suspects. That’s why Sneed, an assistant professor in the College of Human Medicine’s Division of Public Health, is undertaking a two-year study to evaluate the potential impact of Medicaid work requirement on older recipients.View story photos
Wharton reschedules 'Dear Evan Hansen' for August 2021
As the Wharton Center continues to navigate the global health crisis, for the health and safety of the community, "Dear Evan Hansen," originally scheduled for June 6-21, 2020 will not proceed as planned. It has been rescheduled for August 3-8, 2021.
Staff member honored with research administrator award
Robert Nelsen, Research Administrator II with the College of Engineering’s Division of Engineering Research has been named as the recipient of the Spring 2020 Unit Research Administrator Spotlight Award.View story photos