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MSU has announced a $25 million challenge grant from philanthropist and MSU alumnus Eli Broad and his wife, Edythe, to the Eli Broad College of Business, bringing the couple's total giving to MSU to nearly $100 million.
At its Oct. 24 meeting, the MSU Board of Trustees adopted a resolution setting a goal of $1.5 billion for the university's capital campaign.
The exhibition at the MSU Museum, Earth Stories, includes quilts made by artists from seven countries and 11 states in the U.S. Exhibit organizer for Earth Stories, Mary Worrall, said the idea came about because the MSU Museum wanted to do a project with an organization called the Studio Art Quilt Associates.
With acknowledgement of past excellence and a firm commitment to future initiatives, the MSU Board of Trustees today approved a $1.5 billion capital campaign intended to build on MSU's traditions while empowering critical initiatives for the 21st century.
The MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources reached a 40-year enrollment high this fall, with 4,874 students in the college.
With the largest single gift ever received by MSU athletics, a family with deep ties to MSU will be making an extraordinary impact on campus.
Here's today's MSU High 5 - a morning hello and the fastest way to get you up to speed with what's happening at Michigan State University.
Some scientists share better than others. While astronomers and geneticists embrace the concept, the culture of ecology still has a ways to go. Research by MSU explores the paradox that although ecologists share findings via scientific journals, they do not share the data on which the studies are built.
The MSU community will come together this Friday, Oct. 24, for something extraordinary - a celebration to mark the beginning of the public phase of the university's largest fundraising effort to date.
The One Love Foundation will visit MSU to screen and pilot test the nation's first relationship violence prevention educational video that highlights the central role technology, such as cell phones and social media, plays in the abuse process.
MSU head football coach Mark Dantonio held his weekly press conference Tuesday inside the Izzo Family Media Center at the Spartan Stadium North End Zone Complex to preview Saturday's game against Michigan. The No. 8/5 Spartans (6-1, 3-0 Big Ten) will play host to the Wolverines (3-4, 1-2) at 3:30 p.m. in Spartan Stadium.
I study the causes of eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder. These disorders are characterized by abnormal eating patterns including starvation, binge eating, and/or self-induced vomiting and weight-focused thoughts such as thinking that you are fat even though you are thin.
Just in time for flu season, a new MSU study of "the mother of all pandemics" could offer insight into infection control measures for the flu and other epidemic diseases.
For the first time in program history, the MSU women's cross country team is ranked No. 1 in the NCAA Division I Cross Country National Coaches' Poll, announced by the national office on Tuesday afternoon.
Jessica Suisman is a clinical psychology doctoral student and a research assistant with the MSU Twin Registry. A clinician at the MSU Psychological Clinic, Suisman is a published journal author and a support group leader at Ele's Place, a center for grieving children in Lansing.
The Julian Samora Research Institute, one of academia's most respected voices for interdisciplinary research on Latinos in the Midwest and the U.S., is marking its 25th anniversary with a conference designed to celebrate, reflect and look ahead.
Autumn shows its color on the MSU West Forest Akers Golf Course. Forest Akers Golf Courses are recognized as two of the best public golf courses in the state of Michigan and home to the Big Ten champion MSU Men's and Women's Golf Teams. Photo by Kurt Stepnitz
STEM has practically become a household word. You can't pick up a newspaper or listen to the news on any given day without hearing about STEM education. More than 100 women attended the third annual Making a STATEment: MSU Women in STEM Conference, Oct. 9 and 10, at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center.
The MSU Board of Trustees will meet at 9:30 a.m. Oct. 24 in the Board Room of the Hannah Administration Building.
Joan Williams, a distinguished professor of law at the University of California, is the featured speaker at a series of workshops and lectures being held Oct. 23-24, as part of MSU's Women and Minorities in Sciences Lecture Series.