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MSU online master's programs continue to climb in the national rankings, with two of the programs now placing in the top 10 in their respective fields.
Is Virginia really for lovers? Other states may have something to say about that. In the first nationwide study of positive relationships, an MSU researcher found that Mississippi, Utah and Wisconsin were actually the top states for lovers.
Former MSU All-American wide receiver Kirk Gibson has been named one of 10 players and three coaches to the College Football Hall of Fame.
MSU held its annual awards brunch on Jan. 8, and junior Alyssa Garvelink came away with a pair of awards, including being named Team Most Valuable Player.
The Michigan State University Board of Trustees will meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Board Room of the Hannah Administration Building.
The Spartans begin the New Year by heading to Wisconsin Jan. 6-7 for the first of five consecutive road games in the month.
Miles Bridges soared from the right side of the lane, grabbed a lob pass with two hands and slammed the basketball on his first possession in more than a month.
Youth who commit crimes for the first time are more likely to re-offend if their mothers don't participate in their legal process, but mothers are widely unfamiliar with the juvenile justice system, finds a new study by an MSU criminologist.
MSU and the Department of Art, Art History, and Design in the College of Arts and Letters will be offering a special opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to have their artwork permanently displayed on campus. All current MSU students are encouraged to submit regardless of major.
10...nine...eight...seven...six...five... "An error occurred loading this content. Try again later." My friends and I were streaming the NYC ball drop on New Year's Eve when inexplicably in the middle of it, the feed dropped and we got that message. I'm not joking. In a year that was challenging for many of us in the room, we didn't even get the satisfaction of bidding 2016 goodbye in the traditional way. Instead, we looked at each other, laughed, took photos of the message (what's a funny story these days without capturing it for social media?), raised our glasses and wished each other a Happy New Year. It seemed like the perfect end to a somewhat crazy and unpredictable year.
When you think about it, what year isn't a bit crazy and unpredictable? Even when you think you have everything planned, nothing is a given. Four years ago today, I was a day away from leaving on an incredible Spartan storytelling adventure that took me literally around the world. Ten years ago today, I was a day away from having a hunk of technology put in my chest to keep my heart beating normally. Three years ago today, I was thanking that hunk of technology for shocking me back to life two days prior.
Sure, the trip was scheduled, but it wasn't like I could really plan for anything that happened those eight weeks. And the medical stuff? I had in no way planned on either of those things happening. To paraphrase my favorite Scottish poet Robert Burns, the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry.
On Jan. 16, WKAR Public Media will launch new, free, localized 24/7 children's services - WKAR's latest initiative to support early learning in the community.
As I write this note, I am starting my fifth month as dean of the College of Social Science at MSU. I continue to be tremendously impressed with everyone I meet and everything I learn about the college. Our faculty and staff are smart, dedicated and hard working. Our students are eager and actively want to learn. Our alumni and community partners are loyal and see the benefit of investing in us.
MSU has landed a highly competitive grant from USAID to fight the Zika virus in Mexico.
To commemorate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., MSU has a variety of programs in which the MSU and greater Lansing communities are encouraged to participate Jan. 15-16.
If someone had told me four years ago I would be jumping out of airplanes for career development, raising a service dog on campus or studying hyenas in Kenya as part of my education at MSU, I would not have believed them. The truth is, my opportunities have been unpredictable and far-reaching.
MSU researchers have discovered that a chemical compound, and potential new drug, reduces the spread of melanoma cells by up to 90 percent.
Allan Sherwin's professional journey taught him how to be a leader, mentor and teacher - lessons that will undoubtedly echo on through his student's lives and careers. Sherwin is the Dr. Lewis J. and Mrs. Ruth E. Minor Chef and professor of culinary management in The School of Hospitality at MSU's Broad College of Business.
As a small business owner, Cynthia Kay believes in helping others shape their careers, as evidenced by her support of the MSU College of Music's Running Start entrepreneurial program.
The John Kratus Tipping Point Endowed Scholarship in Music Education supports students who aspire to lead music education toward a more diverse and inclusive future.
A musical concert, photo exhibitions, a drinking water fountain competition, planetarium show and river clean-up are some of the signature events of the spring semester for Water Moves MSU, a university-wide initiative fostering scientific innovation and cultural and artistic expression inspired by water.