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.
MSU associate dean receives international honor
John Verboncoeur of the College of Engineering will receive the Richard F. Shea Distinguished Member Award from the Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society of the IEEE.View story photos
Undergraduate research ranging from science to humanities and performing arts on display at MSU
Ranging from agriculture and science to performing arts to business and entrepreneurship, 928 MSU undergraduate students, from 14 colleges, will present their research at the annual University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 13 at the MSU Union.View story photos
Promoting ag innovation: USDA Secretary Perdue visits MSU
As the inaugural destination of his third “Back to Our Roots” tour around the country, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue visited MSU Tuesday, April 3.View story photos
The dark secrets of social media dark patterns
MSU research examines the GamerGate controversy to uncover how social media dark patterns work -- and how they have the power to amplify messages, cyberbully innocent users and ultimately get thousands more to participate … without even knowing it.View story photos
USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue to visit MSU
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue will kick off his third “Back to Our Roots” RV tour on April 3 at MSU.View story photos
Mantle minerals offer clues to deep Earth’s composition
Scientists now have a clearer picture of the Earth’s mantle, thanks to Michigan State University research published in the current issue of Nature Communications.View story photos
MSU junior earns nationally competitive graduate school scholarship
Grant Burton, an Honors College junior majoring in psychology in the College of Social Science, has been selected as one of 18 students across the country to receive the Beinecke Scholarship.View story photos
MSU Science Festival to host NASA astronaut, National Geographic explorer
From April 6 to 22, MSU's science community across the state will host more than 20,000 visitors for the sixth annual MSU Science Festival.
Light affects cyanobacteria’s diet
MSU scientists have found a link between how water-dwelling bacteria, called cyanobacteria, monitor light quality in their surroundings and how much energy they get out of photosynthesis.