Studying the impact of COVID-19 on kids in the criminal justice system
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Shaking stereotypes in theater
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Celebrating the Spartan class of 2020
Savolainen wins ITE Transportation Safety Council honor
Peter Savolainen of MSU will receive the Institute of Transportation Engineers 2020 Transportation Safety Council Edmund R. Ricker Individual Award for international leadership in traffic safety and engineering.View story photos
Natural Science assistant professor recognized for research
Mariah Meek, assistant professor in the MSU Department of Integrative Biology (IBIO) in the College of Natural Science, has received a prestigious 2020 Early Career Conservationist Award from the Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) for her outstanding contributions to the conservation of marine and freshwater ecosystems using genomic data.View story photos
Scientific Animations Without Borders launches global education program
Feed the Future, the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative, recently awarded a grant to Scientific Animations Without Borders, or SAWBO, to launch the Feed the Future SAWBO Responsive-Adaptive-Participatory Information Dissemination Scaling Program, or SAWBO RAPID, an educational intervention program to disseminate crucial information related to COVID-19’s secondary economic impacts, including disruption to trade, supply chains and markets.
Professor's book alters perception of introversion in theater
Co-written by Rob Roznowski, head of acting and directing for the MSU Department of Theatre, "The Introverted Actor: Practical Approaches offers first-hand accounts," methods and tested techniques that will enable directors and educators to create balance between introverts and extroverts in rehearsal spaces and classrooms.View story photos
Changes made to New Student Orientation
NSO’s goal is to make sure that a year from now this fall’s first-year students are a year closer to graduation. Portia Watkins, the recently appointed director of New Student Orientation, is leading a group of committed Spartans to ensure that new students have the tools and information they need to be successful at MSU.
Ellie Weise: Focusing on what we can control
I have an early round of data completed that I’m able to work with, so I’m finishing up the publication for that right now. But rounds two and three are delayed until we can get back on campus to do lab work, and I don’t know when that’s going to be.View story photos
Dr. Rebecca Campbell honored with distinguished woman award
The American Council of Education Michigan Woman’s Network has honored Michigan State University Professor of Psychology Dr. Rebecca Campbell with the 2020 Distinguished Woman in Higher Education Leadership Award for her groundbreaking work outside the scope of her formal faculty responsibilities.View story photos
Wharton Center announces 2020-21 season
The last few months have been unprecedented in the performing arts and entertainment industry. While COVID-19 has changed the world, Wharton Center Executive Director Mike Brand says, "Wharton Center is ready to move forward and do what we do best: present the finest of the performing arts."
Spartans give back on global day of giving
#GivingTuesdayNow was a global day of giving and unity that took place May 5, 2020 as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by the novel coronavirus.
Mapping a Virus: Visualizing COVID-19 in Michigan
When the first cases of the virus were detected in the state, Sanciangco, an expert in GIS, started to wonder if a similar dashboard focused solely on Michigan could be of use to local and state health care, government officials and other interested parties, especially those needing to make decisions related to the outbreak.View story photos