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As immigration continues to dominate international conversation, a Venezuelan-born MSU professor has produced a 90-minute documentary about the hot-button issue, hoping to shatter some of the stereotypes surrounding the debate.
Simple gestures of goodwill by frontline employees can help win over customers who are dissatisfied with a previous retail or service experience with another company, suggests an MSU-led study that refute past findings.
In its mission to create global citizens by providing a culturally diverse campus and immersion experiences abroad, MSU leads the state in international student enrollment and study abroad participation, according to a new report placing MSU in the top 10 nationally for both.
Ten early-to-mid career tenure track faculty have been selected to develop and enhance their international research portfolios.
MSU plays its fifth home game in six outings on Saturday, hosting Indiana at 7 p.m.
No. 12 MSU (7-2, 4-1 Big Ten) will travel to Maryland (6-3, 3-2) Saturday, Nov. 15 to face the Terrapins for the first time since 1950 and just the sixth time in series history.
MSU College of Human Medicine has unveiled its new medical education and public health research space in the former Flint Journal building in downtown Flint.
The German Studies program commemorated the 25th anniversary of the November 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall by constructing a segment of the Berlin Wall to display in Wells Hall throughout October and the beginning of November.
No. 18 MSU opens Tom Izzo's 20th season as Spartan head coach at Navy in the Quicken Loans Veterans Classic. This is the third time in four years the Spartans will open the season away from home, with all three games being military appreciation events.
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.
"All fall. Fall of the wall." Thus began my love affair with reading. I'm not sure exactly how old I was, but I remember sitting in my room with Dr. Seuss's "Hop on Pop" in my lap and suddenly understanding what the words on the page meant. My parents and older sisters had been reading to me for years, but all of a sudden, I got it-I could read.
I became a voracious reader. I tore through every Dr. Seuss book on the shelf. I wore out pages in Little Golden books. I read the back of cereal boxes while I ate breakfast and was soon reading well beyond my age. The Boxcar Children, Nancy Drew, Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle and Encyclopedia Brown became my close friends. Judy Blume guided me through adolescence. Louisa May Alcott and Laura Ingalls Wilder showed me what life in earlier times was like.
In school I did extra book reports and rushed through assignments so I could read during free time. In the summer, I begged to go to the library as often as I asked to go swimming. Even going camping meant biking to the store to get comic books or a new novel.
When I was growing up I often heard my mother say "teaching was a good career for women, especially for black women. I made a choice to follow my heart and go into teaching at a very young age. I was destined to become a teacher. In my family, education was seen as a valuable possession, as a beacon of hope, and as a means to personal freedom.
MSU's Broad College of Business, fresh off the announcement of a $105 million expansion, has been recognized again as a national leader in business education.