MSU and Nassar survivors agree in principle to $500 million global settlement
Healthy fish, healthy state
Tom Voice: Professional service alternatives
54th annual MSU Spring Arts and Crafts Show
Joseph Salem Jr. recommended as director of libraries/university librarian
College of Education course recognized
MSU selected for 2018 Governor's Service Award
Michigan governor Rick Snyder announced MSU as a recipient of the 2018 Education Service Leader award, which recognizes schools, universities or organizations that support youth to engage in service and volunteerism both on campus and in their communities.
Graduate School announces Outstanding Mentoring Awards for 2018
MSU's Graduate School recently announced the 2018 recipients of the Graduate School Outstanding Mentoring Awards.
Benning and Ohlrogge share 2018 MSU Innovator of the Year Award
Two faculty members from the College of Natural Science were among the honorees recognized by the MSU Innovation Center at the eighth annual MSU Innovation Celebration on April 19.
Just like magic, it’s summer in East Lansing. We had the winter that wouldn’t end and now have skipped spring and landed right in the middle of 80-degree weather. Grass is green, flowers are blooming, Frisbees are flying and students are graduating. It really is a magical time on campus, and I never get tired of being a part of it.View story photos
Imaging expert from Harvard to lead MSU’s Precision Health Initiative
As director of MSU’s Precision Health Program, Anna Moore’s vision is to lead health care away from simply treating symptoms to restoring health before symptoms occur.View story photos
Two MSU administrators honored with research administrator award
MSU’s research administration offices of Sponsored Programs Administration, Office of Sponsored Programs and Contract and Grant Administration named Kathleen Mills, sponsored projects administrator at the Center for Global Change and Earth Observations in MSU’s College of Social Science and Marjorie Wallace, associate professor and director of the Institute for Research Teaching and Learning in MSU’s College of Education, as the recipients of the Spring 2018 Research Administrator Spotlight Award.View story photos
MSU experts can discuss Mental Health Month issues
Mental Health Month begins Tuesday and MSU has plenty of experts who can discuss related issues – from childhood bullying to depression to drug abuse to couples therapy.
Reflect, connect, support
MSU is committed to supporting survivors of sexual violence and fostering change.View story photos
MSU program strengthens student teacher experience
In 2015, MSU Department of Teacher Education designed and funded a program to provide targeted support to classroom teachers who oversee interns across MSU student teaching intern’s year-long experience. Three years later, the program has increased in participants and influence, expanding from Lansing-area schools to include schools in Grand Rapids and Detroit.View story photos
NSF awards $2.5 million for MSU plant genome research project
MSU researchers have received more than $2.5 million for plant genome research from the National Science Foundation. This includes outreach work to create a children’s exhibit at Lansing’s Impression 5 Science Center that will describe genes, heredity and the process of improving plant traits for agriculture.View story photos