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Michele H. Jackson recommended as new dean of Lyman Briggs College
Michele H. Jackson will be recommended as dean of MSU’s Lyman Briggs College.View story photos
College of Osteopathic Medicine recognizes Patenge award winners
The MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine will recognize three leaders with its highest honor, The Walter F. Patenge Medal of Public Service. The winners, who will be recognized for their commitment to excellence in medicine, government and public service on May 21, are William Falls, Patrick McClellan and Joanna Pease.View story photos
MSU scientists improve health for children and seniors through better nutrition
MSU scientists Amy Saxe-Custack and Jean Kerver had two separate, but common, ideas that could improve the health of those they serve in their communities. Now, each have received a $500,000 grant from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund to further their work.View story photos
Indian men are swapping 'tall, dark and handsome' for 'tall, fair and debonair'
“Tall dark and handsome” is a common phrase echoed by people around the world when describing the most ideal, attractive man. But in India, local people have something else in mind when they describe what they most want in a man. The “tall, dark and handsome” is being replaced by the “tall, fair and debonair” spurred by recent trends in the skin bleaching market.
New medical scanning technology comes to MSU
A new scanning technology that can image around metallic implants, such as a knee replacement, has been installed at MSU Radiology.
MSU announces completion of Title IX report and implementation of improvements
MSU announced that many of the recommendations provided in the final report from Husch Blackwell outlining opportunities to enhance sexual misconduct prevention and education are now in development.
Honorary degree recipients will speak before and after graduation ceremonies
Two men who have made a tremendous impact on the betterment of society, especially in Africa, will be honored at Michigan State University’s 2018 convocation.
Sydney Kruse: Why I study science
When I was just 12 years old my mom was diagnosed with ALS, or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.View story photos
MSU students use spring break to care for patients
For many years, third- and fourth-year students in the MSU College of Human Medicine have used their spring break to go on medical mission trips all over the world. This year, dozens of first- and second-year students joined them on trips to Haiti and Cuba, as part of the new Shared Discovery Curriculum, which places students in clinical settings a few weeks into their first year.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