Spartan Global Development Fund field work
State of the State Survey: politicians and pot
Accounting senior from humble beginnings wins Featherstone Endowed Prize
Conquer Accelerator announces program’s 2018 cohort participants
Suzy Merchant to host third-annual EmpowHER Retreat for Girls
Millennials disrupting the supply chain
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Project prepares University Corporate Research Park for expansion
The University Corporate Research Park, located southwest of the Michigan State University campus along Collins Road, broke ground April 15 on Phase II – a new street and utilities expansion linking the north and south ends of the 115-acre park.
Summit points to new ways to get to thriving communities
The “new economy” seems still beyond the horizon as Michigan continues to haul the weight of its “old economy” manufacturing legacy into a worldwide economic headwind.View story photos
Weight discrimination could contribute to the glass ceiling effect for women, study finds
Weight discrimination appears to add to the glass ceiling effect for women, finds a new study co-authored by a Michigan State University scholar.View story photos
Law professor awarded MSU Lilly Teaching Fellowship
MSU College of Law professor Kristi Bowman has been awarded a MSU Lilly Teaching Fellowship for the 2009-10 academic year. Intended to advance the university’s continuing efforts to support excellence in teaching and learning, the MSU Lilly Teaching Fellows Program provides select tenure-track faculty the opportunity to maximize their teaching abilities by encouraging different teaching skills.
MSU researchers question effectiveness of warning labels on over-the-counter drugs
Medicine packages barrage consumers with information, some required to be “prominent” and “conspicuous.” But marketing claims and brand names still overshadow critical fine print on nonprescription medications, Michigan State University researchers found.View story photos
MSU technology transfer office relocates to East Lansing SmartZone
The city of East Lansing and Michigan State University announced today that MSU Technologies will be the anchor tenant in the city’s SmartZone space adjacent to the new East Lansing Technology Innovation Center.View story photos
Michigan tourism industry expected to decline in 2009, MSU experts say
Michigan’s tourism industry is expected to decline by 3 percent to 4 percent this year, according to a forecast presented this morning at the Driving Tourism 2009 Conference in Detroit.
Alternative spring break takes international students on corporate tour
Twenty-eight engineering and business students spent their spring break exploring future careers as part of MSU’s Career Services Network Spring Break Corporate Tour.View story photos
MSU study finds film industry big hit in Michigan
A Michigan State University study has found that the state of Michigan’s law providing tax credits for film production companies that shoot their movies in Michigan is a big-time hit.
URC research officials to testify on Michiganís transformation
Leading researchers and entrepreneurs from Michigan’s University Research Corridor will testify before the state House March 18 on how universities can help transform Michigan’s economy.