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A rare, severe form of pulmonary hypertension, which up until now, has only been classified as a human lung disease, has also been discovered in dogs according to a Michigan State University study.
Grades for spring semester have been processed, and media outlets can view the MSU Dean's List and Graduate List online.
Kory Young goes 3-for-3 in the win.
International Studies and Programs at MSU has named Jiaguo Qi director of the Office of China Programs. In this role, Qi will provide leadership on MSU's international programs and engagement with institutions in and related to China.
Most of the students are gone, the caps and gowns put away, the classrooms locked up and the residence halls are empty. Except for some summer courses, the academic year is over. My walk to my office is quiet and empty. After all the hectic activity of the school year, everything has slowed down. Everything, that is, except me. I found myself hurrying toward my building from the parking ramp thinking of all the things I had to do and then, WHAM - the most heavenly scent stopped me. A tree in full bloom wove its scent around me, whispering for me to stop and smell the flowers.
So even though I was running late (again), I did. I stopped and breathed in deeply, forcing my mind to stop racing and live in the moment. I pulled a flower closer to my face to take in more of the intoxicating scent. I thought about how fleeting the seasons can be if we don't occasionally stop to truly enjoy them. Life doesn't stop for you, so you have to stop for it. And wow - does this campus have reasons to stop and smell the flowers. It's like some crazy color explosion hit just about everywhere you look. But you have to look. You have to slow down and look before it passes you by.
If you're on campus, get out and take a walk. If you haven't been here lately, come back. This beautiful place is like a huge park with gardens everywhere you look. Wander through Horticulture Gardens, one of the most beautiful "laboratories" you'll ever visit. Stroll around the W. J. Beal Botanical Garden, the oldest continuously operated university garden of its kind in the United States.
Many people ask why I constantly take photographs of honeybees on flowers. Don't they all look the same after awhile? Why bother to take photographs when Google can find you so many on the same flowers? This is not an easy question to answer.
The College of Arts and Letters Alumni Board of Directors has created an endowment that will leave a sustainable legacy of empowering the students, faculty and alumni of the college.
Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio received the 2016 Gene Stallings Award at a banquet Monday night in Dallas, Texas.
Spartans play host to Wildcats in 101st Homecoming game at MSU.
Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon will help lead a national higher education initiative to prepare to feed a hungrier planet.
Michigan State University Culinary Services will host the Culinary Cup and Bake Off beginning at 8 a.m. May 12 at The Vista at Shaw Hall.
As an environmental economics and policy major, Liz has a passion for the environment. This is evident in the major she chose and her involvement with the Residential Initiative on the Study of the Environment. She has presented at the University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum and at a Greening the Supply Chain Conference.
The Spartan Nutrition and Performance Program is offering its speed and athletic enhancement camp, FUNdamentals of Athletic Movement, again this spring to serve the even younger athlete.
Michigan State football will have three games in primetime on Big Ten Network in 2016.
Only about 65 percent of homicides in the United States are solved - down 15 percent from the mid-1970s - but a new study led by an MSU criminologist examines how some police departments are getting it right.
Marty Bechina goes 4-for-4 in the win to even the weekend series.
Spartans place 11th as a team.
MSU scores five in the seventh for 9-7 victory.
As governments and researchers race to develop policies and technologies to make energy production more sustainable and mitigate climate change, they need to remember that the most-sophisticated endeavors won't work if they're not adopted.
A new study from Michigan State University makes inroads in learning to "read" the genome, a key goal of modern biology.