MSU authors gain open access publishing
New study links air pollution to asthma complications
MSU science professor recieves national recognition
Effort pays off...right?
Why some children need to find a bathroom NOW
MSU dean heads report on changes teachers face
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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.
Maddy Gun: Education as restorative justice
I am the granddaughter of a Holocaust survivor. At 8 years old, my grandfather was hiding in the woods for more than two years with his brother, who was 18. The rest of their family perished.View story photos
Neighborhood air pollution linked to adverse health effects among elderly asthma patients
Elderly asthma patients living near busy highways and heavy industry in Southeast Michigan believed that air pollution was making their breathing more difficult. A recent study by MSU researchers concluded they were right.View story photos
MSU’s Beronda Montgomery recognized as one of the 100 most inspiring black scientists in America
Beronda Montgomery, MSU Foundation Professor, was listed as one of the 100 inspiring black scientists in America by CrossTalk, the official blog of Cell Press, a leading publisher of cutting-edge biomedical and physical science research and reviews.View story photos
Does a growth mindset matter for success?
New research from MSU and Case Western University challenges the claim that a "growth mindset" helps people achieve success.
Loss of bladder function in children could be because of stress
We know that stress can have a profound impact on health. But it’s rare to discover a health issue that is caused directly by stress.View story photos
MSU dean leads national education report
MSU College of Education dean Robert Floden led the national committee of experts behind a new report on the demands facing K-12 teachers.
New ‘Engineered in the Mitten’ career fair to highlight MSU EWeek
A first-time event at MSU puts a special focus on hiring opportunities at Michigan companies during this year’s celebration of National Engineers Week, Feb. 16-23.
Will bold landmark election ruling improve Malawian democracy?
The Constitutional Court in Lilongwe, Malawi, recently delivered its anxiously anticipated ruling in the much covered presidential election case.