Explore the beauty of nature on Mother’s Day at the Bird Sanctuary
Visit the W.K. Kellogg Bird Sanctuary on Mother’s Day, May 13 to treat the great moms in your life to a lakeside walk in nature.
MSU recognized for its green power usage
MSU is one of eight schools in the Big Ten Conference being recognized as the 2017-18 Collective Conference Champions for its green power use.
New research lends insight into the spread of invasive species
Some invasive species depend on one another to spread, according to new research from MSU scientists.
MSU receives 2017 Tree Campus USA recognition
MSU’s campus has been recognized as a Tree Campus U.S.A. by the Arbor Day Foundation, who is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2018.
MSU student combats climate change one solar panel at a time
After listening to the audiobook, “Unstoppable” by Bill Nye, Sam Berndt, an MSU graduate student studying computer science, was inspired to become a force against climate change. After moving into the David Bowie Memorial Cooperative in August 2016, he knew that he wanted to find sustainable energy solutions to work towards making all cooperatives 100-percent carbon neutral.View story photos
MSU’s Jack Liu elected to American academy of ‘thinkers and doers’
A global pioneer in sustainability science, MSU’s Jianguo “Jack” Liu has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.View story photos
MSU to host 29th annual Spring Show and Plant Sale
The MSU Student Horticulture Association will host its annual Spring Show and Plant Sale on April 21-22 at the MSU Plant and Soil Sciences Building. The event is an annual showcase of students’ landscaping and greenhouse skills that raises funds for annual scholarships and travel to conferences, competitions and horticulture industry trade shows.View story photos
There’s no such thing as oversharing in conservation
Conservation globally has received a boost from the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, placing new emphasis on, and opportunities for, support for the world’s flora and fauna. Yet even as environmental non-governmental organizations, or ENGOs, like The Nature Conservancy prepare to rise to the challenge, they face size issues. Specifically, their own size.View story photos
MSU professor Jack Liu name Ecological Society of America Fellow
The Ecological Society of America has recognized the contributions of Michigan State University’s Jianguo “Jack” Liu to the science and scholarship of sustainability by naming him a Fellow.
MSU Institute of Agricultural Technology graduates 124th class
The MSU Institute of Agricultural Technology graduated its 124th class of 175 students on March 25. The IAT is the third largest unit in the MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, with interest and enrollment increasing 11 percent over the last academic year and 32 percent in the last three years.