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Five area study centers at MSU have been awarded federal grants totaling more than $7 million to advance international education.
Stroke patients and their family caregivers often find the transition from hospital to home difficult. However, a new $2 million grant from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute will help MSU researchers look at ways to improve that experience using a nontraditional approach.
MSU had several offensive contributors and mounted a balanced attack as it swept Iowa, 3-0 (25-15, 25-17, 25-18) on Saturday night at Jenison Field House.
Connor Cook threw three touchdown passes and Nick Hill ran for two scores Saturday, but No. 8 MSU still needed a late interception return for a touchdown to hold on 45-31 at Purdue.
Beginning at the Rock on Farm Lane, the second annual Rock, Walk-n-Roll event presented by MSU Moves will take place on Oct. 15.
As a part of the College of Arts and Letters Signature Lecture Series, Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist and author Isabel Wilkerson and Emmy Award-winning broadcast journalist and executive producer Soledad O'Brien spoke on Oct. 2 at Wharton Center.
The City of East Lansing has formed an innovative partnership with MSU's Center for Language Teaching Advancement to launch a new translation initiative titled MELTing POT, MSU East Lansing Together: Promoting Outreach through Translations.
The ever-widening world of video games comes together Oct. 16-18 at MS when it hosts the "Meaningful Play" conference.
Prospective medical students can learn more about the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine during open house programs at two of its southeastern Michigan sites.
The MSU Museum recently received a $65,000 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to rehouse its vertebrate collections, which includes 28,500 specimens.
MSU is launching Foodchannel.msu.edu, a new educational portal that will offer open-access courses and resources to students around the globe.
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.
Gamma rays are the highest-energy form of radioactive waves known in the universe. However, how they're made and where they come from have been a bit of a mystery. But now a team of researchers, led by MSU astronomer Laura Chomiuk, has made a discovery that may shed some light on the subject.
He walked into my office with a confidence well beyond his years and said, "I want to learn how to write science so that regular people can understand it."
He had contacted me by email earlier asking if our office had any student writer positions open. I told him, that, unfortunately, we were full for the semester. He asked if he could come by anyway just to pick my brain a bit and I agreed.
So there he was, dressed like he was there for an interview, resume in hand and a palpable desire to learn. It took me all of about three minutes before I decided that I had to find some way for this impressive young man to work in our office that semester.
We get absolutely fantastic interns to work for us. Most of them come through the School of Journalism in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences and they're excellent writers. We usually find them with the help of referrals from a couple of professors in the college.
I have spent almost 40 years, 34 of them at MSU, working to develop better bean varieties. In addition to my research on campus and in the continental United States, I've conducted research in Mexico, Guatemala, Puerto Rico, Ecuador, Rwanda, Uganda and Zambia.
Kelvin Kamfwa, is pursuing a doctorate in plant breeding, genetics, and biotechnology in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. A former student and lecturer of crop science at the University of Zambia, Kamfwa conducts plant breeding research with Jim Kelly, a professor in the Department of Plant, Soil, and Microbial Sciences, who has been breeding new bean varieties for more than 30 years.
A retired MSU professor has made a $1 million commitment to benefit the MSU College of Engineering with a professorship in electromagnetics.
Work continues on the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, a new national user facility for nuclear science, on Sept. 30, 2014. Under construction on campus and operated by MSU, FRIB will enable scientists to make discoveries about the properties of rare isotopes in order to better understand the physics of nuclei, nuclear astrophysics, fundamental interactions and applications for society. Photo by G. L. Kohuth
MSU is launching a new program designed to help students who didn't receive the pre-college math and science training they needed to pursue degrees and, ultimately, careers in science-related fields.
Low levels of vitamin D and increased inflammation in the blood appear to be associated with suicide attempts, according to a recent study co-authored by an MSU researcher. The findings could have implications for how physicians treat depressed and suicidal patients, said Lena Brundin, associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral medicine in the MSU College of Human Medicine.