Top graduate programs in the nation
Research center fights against phony pharmaceuticals
Spartan startup heading to SXSW
E.U. privacy rules may leave U.S. behind
Hospitals - not hackers - leak more data
Michigan wine industry
Michigan wine industry
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MSU graduate programs earn top national rankings
MSU earned the No. 1 title for five of its programs in U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 edition of America’s Best Graduate Schools.
MSU research center in the fight against phony pharmaceuticals
Faculty from MSU play an instrumental role in ensuring the pharmaceutical drugs we take are delivered through a safe supply chain.View story photos
MSU experts can discuss National Day of Unplugging
March 1 marks National Day of Unplugging, and MSU has a host of experts who can discuss the current state of social media and device overuse.
Spartan entrepreneur to compete in ‘Entrepreneurial Eight’ at SXSW
A MSU student entrepreneur earned a ticket to SXSW after his business was selected among the “Entrepreneurial Eight” in the Student Startup Madness National Championship finals.View story photos
Data privacy rules in the EU may leave the US behind
France made headlines on Jan. 21 for fining Google $57 million – the first fine to be issued for violations of the European Union’s newly implemented General Data Protection Regulations. GDPR, as it’s called, is meant to ensure consumers’ personal information is appropriatel
New partnership to support Michigan wine industry
Beginning this year, the Michigan State University’s Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center and School of Hospitality Business will partner with Michigan Wine Collaborative, or MWC, and Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, or MDARD, (MDARD) to jointly plan and execute the annual Michigan Wine Competition.
MSU online graduate programs rank top 25 in nation
MSU's education, criminal justice, nursing and business online graduate programs earned national recognition on U.S. News & World Report's latest ranking.
Health care providers – not hackers – leak more of your data
New research from MSU and Johns Hopkins University found that more than half of the recent personal health information data breaches were because of internal issues with medical providers – not because of hackers or external parties.View story photos
MSU entrepreneurship named a top national program
The Princeton Review included MSU on its list of top 25 undergraduate entrepreneurship programs in the nation.
Broad College gifted $1M for endowed professorship in responsible artificial intelligence
MSU announced a $1 million gift to the Eli Broad College of Business from alumnus Manoj Saxena to establish the Omura-Saxena Endowed Professorship to permanently support a faculty position in Responsible Artificial Intelligence.View story photos