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The College of Osteopathic Medicine is one of the first three osteopathic colleges that have been selected to join the American Medical Association's Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium and receive a $75,000 innovation grant.
An undergraduate student researcher at MSU, Henry Pan, has been nominated for the Churchill Scholarship - a nationally competitive award that pays for graduate school in the United Kingdom.
Americans would be more likely to accept a gas tax increase if they knew the extra revenue would improve energy efficiency, repair roads and bridges or be refunded to taxpayers equally, indicates a new study by two MSU sociologists.
Everyone has suffered from it. It's ranged from mild to severe. It's a condition that's most-often described in a whisper.
Creating more opportunities to motivate teachers, encourage students and empower young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math is the inspiration behind the new MSU STEM Center for the Great Lakes Bay Region.
MSU has two finalists for the Rhodes Scholarship.
MSU closes its exhibition season against Ferris State, the 2015 GLIAC Tournament Champions, at 7 p.m. Nov. 9 at Breslin Center.
MSU's annual Global Festival is returning to the MSU Union Nov. 22.
The League of American Bicyclists recognized MSU with a silver-level Bicycle Friendly University award, adding it to the list of more than 100 visionary colleges and universities from across the country.
MaRS Discovery District and LegalRnD - The Center for Legal Services Innovation at Michigan State University College of Law have partnered to innovate the legal sector and improve access to legal services.
Joshua Davis, an MSU College of Arts & Letters graduate, native of Michigan and finalist on the eighth season of NBC's The Voice, has released a recording and music video of his version of Michigan State University's alma mater, "MSU Shadows."
On Monday, a group of MSU faculty and students will launch a social media campaign around the hashtag #FavWomanFilmmaker.
MSU's undergraduate student government is joining campus groups across the nation to raise awareness of and prevent sexual assault during the It's On Us action week Nov. 9-14.
When Terrie E. Taylor, an internationally recognized physician and scientist, and her team discovered that massively swollen brains causes death in children with cerebral malaria, the deadliest form of the disease, it was an extraordinary first step toward finally saving children. Now Taylor and her colleagues are preparing to take the next crucial step.
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 MSU.
As part of an initiative led by First Lady Sue Snyder to find new strategies to fight campus sexual assault, MSU is receiving $12,000 to create a bystander intervention network in the campus community, focusing on employees at East Lansing bars and restaurants and taxi cab drivers.
"It's me. I'm in the worst pain I've ever felt and am walking by myself to the ER." Yeah, that is not what any parent wants to hear at 1 a.m. from their kid who is 700 miles away. Yet, that's exactly the call I got a couple of weeks ago. I felt completely helpless. My child was far away, alone, scared and in pain.
During the next few hours, we were on the phone with her on and off while she was examined and waited for a diagnosis. Once they admitted her, it was an easy decision to hop on a plane. The only thing keeping me from completely breaking down was the fact that she was in a hospital under the watchful care of medical professionals.
It turns out she recovered quickly and was fine. No surgery needed and no major illness. But she still spent two days in the hospital, which is never fun. Hospitals are hectic, noisy, busy places. It was the first time my daughter had ever spent the night in one. The following morning she said to me, "Everyone has been incredibly nice and caring, but they are constantly busy. I could never be a nurse - I don't know how they manage to take care of so many people at once. They deserve a special place in heaven."
Reading comics was something Sarah Newman only did as a child until her husband Richard (Rick) Mark Newman reintroduced her to them as an adult. Rick, an physician and a neuroscientist like his wife, relied on comic books during the eight years he lived with ALS. "He couldn't do anything but read," Sarah said. "He was totally paralyzed, but he could move his eyes."
After a bye week, No. 6/6 MSU returns to action to face the Cornhuskers on the road at 7 p.m. EDT Nov. 7 in Memorial Stadium.
As part of its continued efforts to prevent, address and respond to sexual misconduct in the campus community, MSU has hired the first director of its Office of Institutional Equity as well as a new Title IX and American With Disabilities Act coordinator.