MSU Awards to honor faculty and staff
How to prevent mass shootings
Literacy and video contest to award $3,500 in prizes
Centralizing resources for student mental health
Starkweather remembered for inspiring inventors and revolutionizing printing
Special delivery: Rare baby rhino born after MSU vets assist with pregnancy
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MSU Jazz ranks 3rd in nation at Lincoln Center competition
MSU’s Jazz Orchestra I and Jazz Octet I ensembles competed at Lincoln Center Inaugural Jack Rudin Jazz Championship January 18-19 and came home swinging as a top finisher.
All-University Awards announced, MSU honors faculty and staff
MSU will honor faculty members with a variety of distinguished awards at the annual MSU Awards Convocation at 3:30 p.m. on Feb. 4 at the University Club in Lansing. Colleagues, family and friends are welcome to attend the event.
Keeping guns away from potential mass shooters
Researchers from MSU measured the extent to which mass shootings are committed by domestic violence perpetrators, suggesting how firearm restrictions may prevent these tragedies.View story photos
‘Who Is a Citizen?’ contest to award seven $500 prizes
The Creative Writing and Film Studies programs within the Department of English are holding a literary and video contest with seven $500 prizes to be awarded.View story photos
Rob Roznowski: Centralizing resources for student mental health
Mental health is not my area of expertise, but teaching is what unites all of us working at MSU. Our mission is to create the next generation of fearless trailblazers; this generation needs our education to reach them in new ways based on their struggles with mental health. The importance of this project laid in our common goal of education.View story photos
Parsons Dance brings lively performances to Wharton Center
One of the hottest American contemporary dance companies, Parsons Dance, is coming to Wharton Center on Saturday, February 22, for two performances — a sensory-friendly matinee and an evening performance.
MSU Bioeconomy Institute offering summer internships for battery research and development
The Organic Energy Storage Lab, located in Holland, MI and led by Tom Guarr, offers a paid summer program that involves undergraduate students in relevant, real-world research.View story photos
Gary Starkweather: Perseverance, 'laser' vision lead to printer innovation
It was this keen interest that ultimately led Starkweather to invent the laser printer, which revolutionized the commercial printing industry and transformed workplace and home offices.View story photos
NEH grant supports Humanities Commons, a one-of-a-kind humanities resource
Humanities Commons, an essential tool for the humanities field, has received a $500,000 challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to further develop and support its scholarly infrastructure.View story photos
Damien Sneed brings black history celebration to Wharton Center
Damien Sneed’s North American tour, “We shall Overcome: A Celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,” is stopping at Wharton Center at 8 p.m., Feb. 14.