Social scientist donates to his childhood school in Pakistan
New exhibition addresses environmental issues and more
Healing and educating, one book at a time
How social media compares to opioid addiction
Top influential scholars in the nation
Stacey Camp: Field-based learning
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Deborah Margolis and Mohammad Khalil: Healing and educating, one book at a time
One of the rewards of Muslim Journeys for me has been working with scholars to prepare appropriate book discussion questions, which often involves trying to make questions more accessible to the public and to students.View story photos
MSU Choral Union to hold auditions
The MSU Choral Union will hold interviews/auditions for its upcoming semester at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 9 and 16.
What predicts teen partner rape?
If teen partner rape could be predicted, it could be better prevented. Social scientists from Michigan State University are helping close that gap by identifying risk factors linked to sexual violence in young women’s first relationships in life.
Music performances to honor MLK and Aretha Franklin
MSU College of Music’s annual Jazz: Spirituals, Prayer and Protest concert celebrating the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. will be performed twice, once at 3 p.m. and once at 7 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 20 in MSU Auditorium’s Fairchild Theatre.
Flint inspires national nutrition prescription program in US Farm Bill
A Flint nutrition prescription program, where fruits and vegetables are prescribed to young patients by their pediatrician, will expand nationally as a result of the recently signed U.S. Farm Bill by President Trump.View story photos
The National Symphony Orchestra of Romania comes to Wharton Center
The National Symphony Orchestra of Romania — a young and gifted ensemble of Romania’s brightest musicians — will be at Wharton Center at 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 13.
Cost to walk away from Facebook for a year? More than $1,000
An MSU researcher teamed with three economists to determine the value of Facebook, and what it would cost to give it up.View story photos
Anthropology faculty selected for World Health Organization Task Force
Monir Moniruzzaman, assistant professor of Anthropology in MSU's College of Social Science, was selected to join the World Health Organization’s Task Force on Donation and Transplantation of Human Organs and Tissues.View story photos
Just a little more than a year ago, a tiny, but feisty, little nugget of a pup was born. At the time she was born, I was still grieving the loss of my cherished border collie mix. Fast forward to the end of January, when I was grieving the loss of so many things while listening to survivor statements. Everything seemed dark and horrible. And then, my husband showed me a picture of that fluffy little puppy and there was some light to be found.View story photos
Meredith Gore: Ending wildlife crime
I am a conservation social scientist who has worked on studying human-environment relationships in an international context for almost 15 years. My work is participatory and focused on humans; although I do not have a geographic area in which I specialize, I have had the good fortune to collaborate with many stakeholders across Africa in particular.View story photos