MSU professor collaborates with international peers in journal article
Studies on such exotic nuclei revealed that the magic numbers are not as immutable as one might have expected from the rare isotope’s stable cousins with less neutrons. New magic numbers were found and the ones known from stable nuclei can be absent for some short-lived nuclei.View story photos
MSU will hold virtual commencement ceremony on May 16
MSU will hold a virtual commencement celebration on May 16 for all undergraduate and graduate students earning degrees at the end of the 2020 spring semester.View story videos
MSU offers Zoom backgrounds of campus scenes
Are you a Spartan who is missing the beautiful Michigan State University campus right now? Bring a little of East Lansing to your next Zoom meeting by downloading some iconic scenes of MSU.
MSU celebrates sustainability successes during Earth Day 2020
On April 22, 2020, MSU joins the world in celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. MSU is also celebrating its track record of progress in combating climate change and helping lead the way to a global sustainable future.
MSU Residential and Hospitality Services programs help students go green
RHS incorporates sustainability into its strategic vision, implementing programs and initiatives that continually engage students, and makes a priority of educating and engaging Spartans on how to make better choices to preserve the environment.
Munford awarded for work in Nassar case
Lt. Andrea Munford was recognized by End Violence Against Women International with the 2020 Professional Impact Award for her victim-centered, trauma-informed approach to investigating Larry Nassar.View story photos
Neutrinos hint at why there is more matter than antimatter in the universe
One of the great mysteries for physicists is why there is more matter than antimatter in the universe. This question lies at the core of our understanding of the laws of Nature and the evolution of the cosmos.View story photos
University to freeze tuition in response to pandemic
President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D., announced tuition rates will not change for the 2020-21 academic year. The news comes as the university begins to address the financial implications of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
State awards Pre-Seed Fund III to Michigan State University Foundation
The Michigan State University Foundation announced was named administrator of the Michigan Pre-Seed Fund III by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.
MSU program provides free support to caregivers of people with autism
Spartan Caregiver Support, a new MSU program, is providing free informational support and resources to autism caregivers across Michigan.View story photos