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Amelia Armstrong: Supporting those who support us
Since the beginning of this year, I have seen how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected different people, schools, stores, sports and entire communities. When I applied for summer internships, I was lucky enough to find one that focuses on the effects that COVID-19 has on healthcare workers.View story photos
Spartan designs no-touch tool for door handles
Executive MBA student Gabriel Escudero Borges has employed the Spartan spirit by designing his No-Touch Tool to help people avoid touching surfaces when leaving their home during the novel coronavirus pandemic.View story photos
Students collaborate for Karmanos Cancer Center
Over the past year, Isabel Wallace, a third year student in the Broad Business College, and Brittany Ladson, a third year medical student in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, have combined their complementary fields of study to create a year-long fundraiser for Multiple Myeloma patients at Karmanos Cancer Center in Detroit.
Benjamin Eshiwani: Full circle: Becoming a Spartan
I grew up on the peripheries of the Kenyan capital, in a shantytown known as Majengo, which is a Swahili variation for informal housing about five kilometers from the Nairobi central business district.View story photos
Joey Longo: The importance of understanding counterfeit markets
Counterfeiting doesn’t just hurt large corporations, it undermines the hard work of many inventors and independent creatives and, depending on the product, it can seriously jeopardize consumers’ health and safety.View story photos
Virtually honoring Spring 2020 graduates
Given the challenges our world is facing due to COVID-19, MSU is actively working to properly honor and congratulate the class of 2020. Virtual events and ceremonies also are being planned by many individual colleges.
Alexa Marsh: Improving safety and sustainability on campus
Our club received a $25,000 grant from the Ford Motor Company Fund through the College Community Challenge to install solar lights on bus shelters around campus. The goal of our project is to increase safety on campus, show students the possibilities of renewable energy and to encourage students to use more public transportation.View story photos
Daisy Wu: Hope amid job placement challenges
The 2020 spring semester will be one that students never forget. At a moment’s notice, campus life was changed from the traditional in-person learning environment to completely online classes and remote coursework. Amid all this, many Broad College students are keeping their spirits up and looking ahead to the next opportunities on their career path.View story photos
Broad College of Business helps companies overcome hiring challenges brought by COVID-19
The Russell Palmer Career Management Center, housed in the Eli Broad College of Business, is helping corporate partners that are facing hiring challenges due to the COVID-19 health crisis.
Burgess New Venture Challenge pivots in wake of COVID-19
After MSU's announcement to move in-person classes to virtual learning to keep students safe from the novel coronavirus, the Burgess Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation moved its 2020 competition – the Burgess New Venture Challenge – to the virtual arena.