MSU researchers advance method that humanizes scientific research
In response to the growing need for public understanding of complex scientific and health information, MSU researchers led a team that developed a new way to explain these results.
Novel statistical model pieces together biodiversity puzzle
Elise Zipkin, associate professor in the Department of Integrative Biology, will use a 3-year, NSF grant to unite diverse data sources into a novel and flexible statistical modeling framework.View story photos
Local groups cooperate to provide COVID-19 testing in at-risk communities
The Ingham County Health Department and MSU Health Care, along with other partners, are working together to conduct tests for the novel coronavirus in areas where testing is not readily available.View story photos
MSU announces student-athletes can return for voluntary workouts
MSU student-athletes will begin returning to campus on June 15 in preparation for voluntary summer workouts. Returning student-athletes from the football, men's and women's basketball and volleyball programs will be the first to undergo testing.
Antjuan Simmons Named to Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List
MSU senior linebacker Antjuan Simmons has been named to the Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List.
NatSci adviser receives award to study Latinx graduates
Danielle Flores Lopez is the recipient of a NACADA Student Research Award in the doctoral category. She will use the award funds to explore Latinx advising experiences.View story photos
MSU named new chairperson for joint program
Bradley Marks has been named chairperson for the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, effective July 1.View story photos
MSU and partners develop COVID-19 Fiscal Strategy and Resource Guides
The MSU Extension Center for Local Government Finance and Policy and MSU Extension are partnering with the Center for Local, State and Urban Policy at the University of Michigan Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy as well as other public finance experts from universities, consulting firms and research institutions from around the state to produce fiscal strategy memos and guides to assist local governments.
MSU faculty member earns 'Best Practices in College Health' award
The American College Health Association announced MSU’s Kristin Traskie is the recipient of the Best Practices in College Health award for the 2019-2020 program year.
Expanded partnership to eliminate disparities in health care
Committed to redesigning care around patients and communities through education, research and clinical care, the enhanced collaboration will focus on improving access, affordability and outcomes, especially for Detroit’s and Michigan’s most vulnerable populations.View story photos