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In response to President Barack Obama's 100,000 Strong initiative, 94 MSU students studied in China in 2012-13, double the amount of students who studied there in 2010-11.
We all know that being a college student can be challenging. Students face full course loads, different styles of teaching, new people, roommates, being away from home, a new place to live, tests, papers, projects and so much more. Even the greatest college experience has challenges.
What if in addition to those normal challenges, you were dealing with an abusive relationship? Or a stalker? All of a sudden, a hard test or tough professor seems like a minor inconvenience. For anyone-college student or a CEO, rich or poor, male or female, black or white-dealing with relationship violence invades every other aspect of life.
Twenty years ago, administrators at MSU decided that they would do something about it. They decided that no student should ever have to drop out of school because he or she was dealing with a relationship violence issue and no one should have to face it alone.
Individual tickets to most of Wharton Center's 2014-15 season go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Aug. 18.
My research focuses on one of the most complex and hidden social pandemics of our time: gender-based violence-including physical, sexual and psychological abuse in intimate relationships.
With summer days winding down and school right around the corner, it is more important than ever to get children excited about learning. Make the transition a little easier and a lot more fun by attending 4-H Evening in the Garden from 4 to 7 p.m. on Aug. 20.
The MSU hockey team will take on Michigan at Soldier Field in Chicago Feb. 7, 2015 as a part of Coyote Logistics Hockey City Classic.
MSU has launched the first-of-its-kind center to research and address the growing global effects of agriculture on human and animal health.
A new study by an MSU criminologist indicates a healthy fear of crime is a good thing, refuting years of previous research.
MSU track and field standout Tori Franklin delivered another terrific performance on Saturday evening at the 2014 North America Central American and Caribbean Under-23 Championships in Kamloops, British Columbia.
MSU's Eli Broad College of Business has named Michael McCall as director of The School of Hospitality Business effective Jan. 1, 2015.
The MSU Choral Union will hold interviews and auditions for its fall 2014 season at 6 p.m. Sept. 3 and 10 in the Communication Arts and Sciences Building. The auditions will be held in room 161.
Cowpea is a critical, affordable source of protein for countless millions in Sub-Saharan Africa. Yet, pests decimate more than 50 percent of the crop annually.
Women applying for a job in male-dominated fields should consider playing up their masculine qualities, indicates new research by MSU scholars that's part of a series of studies on bias in the hiring process.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture has awarded $6.9 million to MSU to develop sustainable pollination strategies for specialty crops in the United States.
Ni hao. Xiexie. Hola. Gracias. Ol'a. Obrigado. Obrigada. Jambo. Asante. Namaste. Dhanyavad.
Hello and thank you. That's it. That's pretty much the extent of the language skills I took with me when I went on a trip around the world, visiting 11 countries in eight weeks. Well, I suppose I can also count to 10 in Spanish. I also know a tiny bit of basic French from high school, but that didn't help in the countries we went to.
Honestly, I'm pretty embarrassed by that. How much easier would it have been to be able to converse in the native language instead of relying on the fact that there was usually someone around who spoke English and could translate?
It's pretty pathetic that everywhere else in the world I found plenty of people who could speak my language and yet I could only say a few basic things in theirs. I met multi-lingual adults and children in every country we stopped in and there I was, unable to have even a short conversation with anyone unless it was in English.
As a scientist in the department, I'm interested in how language grows in the mind/brain, and what the constraints are on that. And then what implications there may be for language instruction.
Coming to MSU with a background in French, English and Italian, recent graduate Paige Hook was drawn to the College of Arts & Letters by its rich sense of community, resources and stimulating curriculum. Settling on a double major in English and French, Paige found a path that supported her interests.
The Greenlight Entrepreneurial Boot Camp, Aug. 18-22 at the MSU Innovation Center (325 E. Grand River), is tailored to help provide new leaders with startup resources in one location.
New programs will take place this year at the MSU Museum's annual Great Lakes Folk Festival, Aug. 8-10 in downtown East Lansing.
Nearly 100 high school students participating in the 22nd annual Spartan Debate Institute screened the film "Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North" this week as part of Project 60/50.