New technology may detect arthritis earlier
Diversity, equity and inclusion in education
Does love + marriage = happiness?
ComArtSci launches new programs
Keeping MSU safe
Celebrating the Spartan class of 2020
Scientists ‘go the distance’ in electron transfer study
In a new study, the labs of David M. Kramer, MSU John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor, and Daniel Ducat, associate professor in the MSU-DOE Plant Research Laborator, explore how electrons can move across long distances within biomaterials, such as proteins.View story photos
Telehealth bridges and highlights rural health disparities
The expanded use of telehealth technology by medical professionals has the potential to produce healthier outcomes, but it also is exposing the disparities in health status that still exist in rural areas, wrote Kelly Hirko, an assistant professor of epidemiology and biostatistics in the Michigan State University College of Human MedicineView story photos
Ti’Air Riggins: Prolonging the function of brain implants
Earning this award not only makes me feel more confident in my writing and research abilities, but it validates the feeling that I belong, and that I have something significant to contribute to the field of neural engineering.View story photos
Andrea Wendling: Changing the world
I practice in a small town in northern Michigan called Boyne City, where I've been able to work now for almost 20 years. I work with my husband, who is also a rural family doctor in a practice in our town that's associated with a critical access hospital, which is also one of MSU's rural training sites.View story photos
Spartans Will to give and help students who face financial hardships
As the COVID-19 pandemic turns our way of life upside down, one principle continues to be of utmost importance: the need to look out for one another.View story photos
Rachel Goodman: Keeping MSU safe
Rachel Goodman, junior in the Department of Media and Information, speaks about keeping MSU safe when returning to campus in the fallView story photos
When it comes to happiness, what’s love got to do with it?
MSU researchers conducted a study to quantify the happiness of married, formerly married and single people at the end of their lives to find out just how much love and marriage played into overall well-being.View story photos
ComArtSci launches new programs
MSU is launching new degree programs to prepare communication professionals for the challenging work ahead. MSU’s College of Communication Arts and Sciences invites undergraduate students to enroll in four new programs this fall, including public relations, information science, communication leadership and strategy and games and interactive media.
Knowledge is power
Please raise your hand if you’ve ever felt personally victimized by allergies in the last couple of weeks. Please raise your hand if when they hit you panicked and thought, “Do I have COVID?”View story photos
New installation at Broad showcases community stories of care amid pandemic
The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at MSU invites community members to share messages of thanks for a new installation — Acts of Care.