Starkweather remembered for inspiring inventors and revolutionizing printing
Detroit Science Gallery now accepting submissions
Humanities Commons recieves grant from NEH
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Preparing educators for the real world
Special delivery: Rare baby rhino born after MSU vets assist with pregnancy
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Creating wonder: Book offers new vision for learning science
Students in the U.S. and Finland participating in a new project-based learning model are not only learning more, but becoming more engaged in class, research from Michigan State University shows.View story photos
New study may lead to fewer hysterectomies in women with uterine fibroid tumors
Uterine fibroid tumors are the leading cause of hysterectomies in the U.S., yet little is known about what causes them. A new study, however, has taken researchers one step closer to understanding how these tumors develop and grow.
Blockbuster theatrical show 'The Illusionists' comes to Wharton Center
"The Illusionists – Live From Broadway,” will play at Cobb Great Hall at Wharton Center for Performing Arts at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. on Feb. 8 as part of its 2020 North American tour.
Kamryn Romano: Changing for the better
Long, stressful story short, I changed my major to journalism so that I can help people make their voices heard, and declared an additional major in global and international studies to learn how to give this voice to underrepresented people.View story photos
MSU faculty included on team for Michigan Mobility Challenge
A faculty member from MSU's College of Communications Arts and Sciences is part of a team that was selected to receive a $1.77 million grant to compete in the NAIAS 2020 Michigan Mobility Challenge.
MSU online graduate programs ranked highly by U.S. News & World Report
MSU's online graduate programs rank in the top 20 nationally.
Lecture series featuring inspirational leaders celebrates 20 years
For 20 years, the William G. Anderson Lecture Series, “Slavery to Freedom: An American Odyssey,” has featured icons of the American Civil Rights Movement and inspirational leaders from across the country dedicated to social activism and racial equality. Continuing this legacy, the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine will again present three nationally recognized speakers in February.View story photos
MSU research leads to contract for North America’s first commercial hydrogen-powered train
Research from Michigan State University’s Center for Railway Research and Education, or CRRE, contributed to a decision to order the first commercial hydrogen-powered train for use in North America.View story photos
Basic Training visits Wharton Center
The true story of Kahlil Ashanti’s experience in the U.S. Air Force comes to life in this award-winning one-man show. With rapid-fire physical and comedic talent, Ashanti showcases twenty-three characters in 60 minutes.
MSU social scientist uncovers patterns of opioid misuse
Psychology professor Kaston Anderson-Carpenter, a behavioral and social scientist at MSU, is uncovering an alarming pattern of prescription opioid misuse among certain groups of underrepresented veterans.View story photos