MSU has announced a $1 million gift to the Department of Physics and Astronomy in the College of Natural Science from the family of former MSU professor Wu-Ki Tung.
The MSU men's tennis team opened the spring season with two home dual matches on Jan. 14.
The College of Music has a variety of upcoming events.
MSU wrestling got a pin from Javier Gasca and a major decision from Logan Griffin to boost the Spartans to a thrilling 19-17 victory for MSU over Maryland Sunday afternoon at Jenison Field House for the Spartans' first Big Ten victory this season.
Three MSU students have earned the Martin Luther King Jr. Advancing Inclusion through Research Award for their research projects.
Matt Schrenk, MSU assistant professor of geomicrobiology, and Katrina Twing, former graduate research assistant, were among nine scientists selected to board the RRS James Cook last fall on Expedition 357 to Lost City - a field of alkaline hydrothermal vents in the mid-Atlantic Ocean.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has awarded a one-year grant of $500,000 to the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine for the planning of a registry for Flint residents.
Michigan State University faculty members hope to inspire kids to take action against injustice in their community through a new program at East Lansing Public Library.
MSU wrestling kicks off the first of three-straight weekends with duals on Friday and Sunday by wrestling at Northwestern (5-3, 0-2 B1G) on Jan. 13 before a quick turnaround and return home to host Maryland (2-7, 0-2 B1G) on Jan. 15.
Miles Bridges did not play the last time MSU rallied to beat Minnesota. With the freshman standout back in the lineup, the Spartans simply dominated the 24th-ranked Golden Gophers.
Amy Jamison has been named interim co-director for international research and engagement for the Center for Gender in Global Context effective Jan. 1.
If water rates continue rising at projected amounts, the number of U.S. households unable to afford water could triple in five years, to nearly 36 percent, finds new research by an MSU scholar.
I've done a fair amount of embarrassing things in my life. I've fallen down in public multiple times, said the wrong things, had wardrobe malfunctions, walked into the wrong locker room and just plain looked the fool. (Side note, my daughter texted yesterday to tell me she takes after me - she slipped on the subway and ended up in someone's lap.) Anyway, I've been embarrassing myself for years and will certainly continue to do so.
One of my earliest memories of being embarrassed happened at Cedar Point Amusement Park. I was finally tall enough to "drive" my own car around the little speedway track. You know the kind - everyone is on a track that pushes the car through but riders pretend that they're actually driving.
After the ride was over, I climbed out of my car onto the platform - and realized I had climbed out on the wrong side. Instead of being on the side where everyone else was, I was stranded on some middle island on the other side of the roadway. They had to stop all the cars and a worker had to come get me. I couldn't even "drive "an autonomous car without making a public spectacle of myself.
The 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit describes itself as the place where future mobility innovations meet the pavement. It's fitting then that MSU is among the few universities featured at the NAIAS AutoMobili-D exposition, which is focused on the rapidly evolving global automotive and mobility landscape.
Spartan students are showcasing their projects on an international stage this month with two automobiles at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Brian Breslin of Alto has been elected to a two-year term as chairperson of the Michigan State University Board of Trustees. At a special meeting today, the board also elected Joel Ferguson of Lansing to a two-year term as vice chairperson.
Tori Jankoska scored 42 points, breaking MSU's single-game and all-time scoring record in a 94-75 win over No. 11 Ohio State on Tuesday night.
Six outstanding faculty members who demonstrate excellence in research and teaching, while enhancing the prominence of the institution, have been named MSU Foundation Professors.
Contrary to what many in the business world believe, investors cannot reliably predict how a new product will perform, finds a new study co-authored by an MSU marketing expert.
MSU's Donnie Corley has been named to the Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-America Team.