MSU professor gives insights on teacher shortage
Journalists become first responders in natural disasters
April Baker-Bell: Cultural context of language
Stephanie Onwenu: Contributing to a community
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Live coming to Wharton Center
What does the 25th Amendment mean for presidents?
All in this category
Just like that, it happened – campus is once again buzzing with the arrival of students. The quiet of a summer filled with open roads, empty bike racks, short lines and plentiful parking is gone. Today marks the start of classes and it’s truly amazing how everything changed in practically an instant. Having some 50,000 students return in the last few days makes a pretty big impact around here.View story photos
MSU offers emergency menstrual hygiene products
The Women’s Advisory Committee for Support Staff is partnering with Associated Students of MSU and the Residence Hall Association to pilot a program to provide free emergency menstrual hygiene products to students in an effort to support academic success and reduce truancy attributed to lack of access to products.
Zachary Kaiser: Shaping curriculum
As one of the first faculty members hired at Michigan State University for its Experience Architecture (XA) program, I use my experience in the industry to create, rewrite and teach XA courses and other classes within the Department of Art, Art History, and Design.View story photos
22 students receive full scholarships to attend MSU
Twenty-two incoming students have been awarded scholarships to cover full tuition, room and board and a stipend for up to eight semesters of undergraduate study at MSU.View story photos
MSU Jewish Studies Program to host its largest conference
MSU’s Jewish Studies Program is sponsoring its largest academic conference, “Israel at 70: Complexity, Challenge and Creativity,” to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the state of Israel and reflect on its history.
Celebrating a legacy of conservation with concert and tours of Manor House
On August 26 from 12 – 5 p.m., visit the Manor House for a free and family-friendly annual Lakeside Concert and Tours. The Cereal City Concert Band of Battle Creek will be performing.
Julie Viollaz: Conservation and Collegiality
I work as a wildlife crime specialist. When I tell people around me what I do and qualify that I currently work on an anti-poaching project in Vietnam, I either get puzzled stares or excited comments about how cool it is to work out in the bush protecting wildlife.View story photos
MSU students join Nature Conservancy's Board of Trustees
Two MSU doctoral candidates from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources have joined The Nature Conservancy's Michigan Board of Trustees. Dylan Brewer is a doctoral candidate in economics and environmental science and policy, and Tracy Melvin is working on her doctorate in fisheries and wildlife and ecology, evolutionary biology and behavior with a certificate in spatial ecology.
Shokhari Tate: An unforgettable experience
I was in love from the first sight of Greece, and then I got a taste of the food and started to wonder if I would ever go back to the United States.View story photos
MSU grad earns tuition sweepstakes
MSU‘s Raquel Mishaan, an international student from Guatemala, was awarded $60,000 in prize money to put towards her education.