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The idea of breeding varieties came to me in about 1990. I'd been at MSU about 20 years then. But, I decided that the time was right to develop new varieties, and there were a number of good reasons for that.
This summer, I was fortunate enough to study abroad in Florence, Italy, for six weeks, and spend some time in Paris, London and Barcelona for two weeks after the conclusion of my program.
Caretakers of the William J. Beal Botanical Garden at work on July 9, 2014. The garden, established in 1873 by Professor William James Beal, is the oldest continuously operated university botanical garden of its kind in the United States. Photo by Derrick L. Turner
Coronary artery disease patients who are faithful about taking their statin drugs are more likely to reach the goal of reducing their bad cholesterol than those who fail to follow their doctors' orders, a study by an MSU medical student found.
Nearly 300 MSU undergraduate students, visiting students participating in MSU summer research programs and students from select institutions will showcase their research at the 2014 Mid-Michigan Symposium for Undergraduate Research Experiences from 1 to 4 p.m. July 23 at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center.
MSU will induct six members into its Athletics Hall of Fame on Sept. 18, as part of the "Celebrate 2014" weekend.
It was in 1964 that the Abrams Planetarium on the campus of MSU first opened for business.
Tapped for her strong administrative experience and appreciation for interdisciplinary studies, Elizabeth Simmons, dean of MSU's Lyman Briggs College, is being recommended to serve as acting dean of the College of Arts and Letters, effective Aug. 1.
The Big Ten Conference announced that the MSU-Ohio State game on Saturday, Nov. 8 in Spartan Stadium will begin at 8 p.m.
Clif Haley has lived nearly every possible MSU affiliation from law school alumnus to professor back to undergraduate student; from parent to advocate to leader and donor.