Dantonio's moment in history
Mark Dantonio is the winningest coach in the 123-year storied history of MSU football.
Quickest Payback in the Big Ten: The Broad Full-Time MBA Program
Forbes’ 2019 ranking places the Broad College 9th among public schools and 27th overall. Broad has consistently been ranked among the top 10 public institutions and the top 30 programs overall in Forbes’ Best Business Schools lists since 2007.
Treaty of Saginaw 200th Anniversary Events to be Held
In recognition of the signing of the 1819 Treaty of Saginaw, as well as reflecting on the respective treaty obligations and acknowledging the more than 200 years of ongoing Indigenous presence, Michigan State University's American Indian and Indigenous Studies program, Indigenous Law and Policy Centerand Native American Institute are hosting a symposium, titled “Edweying Naabing // Looking at the Past and Present.”
MSU and Yale social scientists team up on $2 million grant
Social scientist Christopher Maxwell, a professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University, is collaborating with Tami Sullivan from the Yale University School of Medicine to better understand the relationship between the use of firearms and intimate partner violence.
Joseph Salem named dean of MSU Libraries
Joseph Salem was named Dean of University Libraries by the MSU Board of Trustees. Salem joined the MSU Libraries as director and university librarian in August of 2018. The trustees approved the title change at Friday’s meeting.View story photos
Game development program ranks 7th nationally
MSU ranks seventh nationally in game design and development for undergraduate program and eighth for graduate program, according to The Princeton Review.
Faculty elected to national landscape architectural council
Ming-Han Li, director of the Michigan State University’s School of Planning, Design and Construction, or SPDC, has been elected to the American Society of Landscape Architects’ Council of Fellows.View story photos
Charles Drew Science Scholars program receives honor from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine
MSU’s Charles Drew Science Scholars program is the recipient of the 2019 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT IntoDiversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education.View story photos
MSU sets annual fundraising record
MSU has recorded its best fundraising year in its 164-year history, raising more than $272.6 million in gifts and pledges for the fiscal year that ended June 30.
College of Engineering recognized for diversity and inclusion
The American Society for Engineering Education, or ASEE, has listed the MSU College of Engineering among the nation’s leaders in inclusive excellence. The designation earns MSU a Bronze Award– the highest level of recognition presented by the ASEE Diversity Recognition Program.View story photos