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Richard Saouma: The Power of Lunch
Richard Saouma, associate dean for MBA, EMBA and professional master’s programs, is an expert in management and business administration. He presented his research called the “Power of Lunch” at the Broad College of Business’ BroadX event in Grand Rapids in 2019.View story photos
MSU debate team leads the way, inclusive forum for hearing impaired student
In January 2020, MSU partnered with debate teams from Indiana University, University of Michigan and University of Minnesota to experiment with a series of online scrimmage debates that could eventually provide more inclusive forums for collegiate debaters.View story photos
Valerie McNamara: Embracing new opportunities
As I start my second semester here, I have already embraced many new opportunities. This past summer — prior to starting my first semester — I attended a freshman seminar abroad in Ireland to study globalization and business.View story photos
Hate 'cancel culture'? Blame algorithms
“Cancel culture” has become so pervasive that even former President Barack Obama has weighed in on the phenomenon, describing it as an overly judgmental approach to activism that does little to bring about change.View story photos
Spartans in Michigan: Working to make a stronger state
Happy Birthday to the great state of Michigan! The Mitten State celebrates its 183rd birthday on Jan. 26. Every day, Spartans are helping make Michigan a place of opportunity, economic growth and innovation. Check out some highlights of the work Spartans are doing around the state.
MSU faculty included on team for Michigan Mobility Challenge
A faculty member from MSU's College of Communications Arts and Sciences is part of a team that was selected to receive a $1.77 million grant to compete in the NAIAS 2020 Michigan Mobility Challenge.
MSU online graduate programs ranked highly by U.S. News & World Report
MSU's online graduate programs rank in the top 20 nationally.
Jackie Smythe: Entrepreneurship changing career expectations
I never expected to successfully cofound a company at 18 years old that describes my two passions: fashion and sustainability. Approaching freshman year at MSU, my expectation was that I would have four more years of traditional schooling and hopefully graduate with good grades and a job offer.View story photos
Simone Peinkofer: New retail reality transforming the supply chain
The new retail reality has led retailers to develop new fulfillment service operations, such as ‘buy online, pickup in store’ or ‘buy online, return in store,’ requiring the integration of physical and electronic retail channels.View story photos
2020 economic growth expected for Michigan
MSU’s Center for Economic Analysis sees further growth in the Michigan economy in 2020.View story photos