MSU authors gain open access publishing
FRIB welcomes U.S. DOE science director
Terry Curry announces retirement
Professors win Facebook Faculty Research Award
MSU science professor recieves national recognition
Campus is getting greener
Anne Rea: The science of writing
Anne Rea, a postdoctoral research associate in Jianping Hu’s lab at the MSU-DOE Plant Research Laboratory, or PRL, has started a position as an Assistant Features Editor, or AFE, with the journal The Plant Cell.View story photos
Internationally-acclaimed percussion artists visit Wharton Center
Prepare for the high-energy performance that is DRUM TAO 2020, featuring the ancient art of Japanese drumming. The internationally-acclaimed percussion artists DRUM TAO are bringing their latest production, DRUM TAO 2020, to Wharton Center’s Cobb Great Hall for one night only, at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 13.
"Dog Man: The Musical" visits Wharton Center
This new production is based on The New York Times #1 bestselling series from Dav Pilkey, the creator of “Captain Underpants,” and features the crime-biting canine who is part dog, part man and all hero.View story photos
Michigan Journalism Hall of Fame to induct new members
Six new members will be inducted into the Michigan Journalism Hall of Fame at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center at MSU.
Largest ever Michigan VEX Robotics State Championship arrives at MSU
The Michigan VEX Robotics State Championship will become the largest ever hosted at MSU when 80 teams arrive at Jenison Field House on Sunday, Feb. 23.View story photos
Madeleine Albright coming to Wharton Center
Former Secretary of State Madeline K. Albright will be speaking to a sold out crowd at 7:30 p.m. tonight at Wharton Chenter.
New agreement to provide open access publishing for MSU authors
The MSU Libraries have signed a three-year transformative read-and-publish agreement with the De Gruyter publishing house to provide default open access publishing for all articles by MSU authors in De Gruyter journals.
Not that long ago I overheard a group of our student interns talking about whether they were grown up enough to do different things. One said she wondered when she would feel enough like an adult to be totally comfortable. At this point, this supposed “adult” stepped in. I explained that I hadn’t meant to eavesdrop, but since they sit right outside my office, I couldn’t help but hear their discussion. I then let them in on what I assume is a reality for everyone — there is no magical moment where you all of a sudden feel like an adult. I told them that in my case,View story photos
Facebook Faculty Research Award recognizes machine learning advancements at MSU
The Facebook Faculty Research Award on Systems for Machine Learning has been presented to two assistant professors in the MSU College of Engineering.View story photos
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