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The MSU Choral Union and University Chorale will present Durufl'e's "Requiem" to the Lansing community at 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 9, at Plymouth Congregational Church, 2001 East Grand River Avenue, Lansing, Michigan, as part of "An Evening in Paris: Liturgical Music of 20th-century France."
Cello Plus Chamber Music Festival returns for its 16th year at the MSU College of Music in April with a lineup of internationally renowned artists. The festival features four concerts, with talent from the College of Music as well as accomplished guest artists. The series begins April 4 and continues with performances on April 6, 8 and 10, at Fairchild Theatre in the MSU Auditorium.
As you're updating your cover photo on Facebook or plotting your next trip using Google Maps, probably the last thing on your mind is how much computer memory and energy you're using. But it's uppermost on the minds of scientists and researchers who work in the energy field.
Ranging from agriculture and animal science to biochemistry to humanities and performing arts, more than 882 MSU undergraduate students, from 14 colleges, will present their research at the annual University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on April 8 at the MSU Union. The event is free and open to the public.
MSU's Lyman Briggs College has received a National Science Foundation grant that will help students with academic potential and financial need earn their degrees and possibly pursue careers in a STEM field.
Gordon Guyer, MSU's 18th president, died on March 30 at age 89. He was born in Kalamazoo May 30, 1926.
Proteins are the workhorses of life, mediating almost all biological events in every life form. Scientists know how proteins are structured, but folding - how they are built - still holds many mysteries.
A new study, involving an MSU researcher, has found that higher rates of Flint children showed elevated lead levels in their blood during drier months of the year, even before the switch to a new water supply.
It's not laziness or lack of initiative that's keeping African-Americans from starting their own businesses, but instead a centuries-old racial disadvantage that's not experienced by other minority groups, an MSU sociologist argues in a new paper.
Julia Busik, an associate professor of physiology, is focused on cell therapies to promote blood vessel repair in the eye.
If variety is the spice of life, then many of my days are like a piping hot curry or a giant bowl of jalapenos. I don't really have a "typical" workday. I've noticed when co-workers are giving tours to new interns they usually get stuck trying to describe what I do. Most usually end up with something like, "She's the editor of MSUToday, but she does a lot of other stuff too." Not a bad description. Officially, I'm an editor and the integration manager. Unofficially, I'm kind of like a utility player.
I've got my hands in a lot of different things and I'm usually juggling a bunch of different projects at once. Some days I've got a lot of balls in the air - and then someone tosses me another. I don't mind. Like any good Spartan, I love a good challenge and I'm bored with monotony.
I love being able to work with writers, graphic designers, web developers, video producers, data analysts and photographers. There's so much to learn from seasoned professionals and from brand-new interns. It's a blast to break away from writing and editing and work on a project outside of my basic skillset. Meeting new people and being exposed to new ideas give my life flavor - and I like it spicy.
David Kramer, MSU Hannah Distinguished Professor in photosynthesis and bioenergetics, is the recipient of the American Society of Plant Biologists 2016 Charles F. Kettering Award. This award was established in 1962 by an endowment from the Kettering Foundation to recognize excellence in the field of photosynthesis.
The Marshall Mathers Foundation and Carhartt have funded a literacy program through Community Music School-Detroit. Last fall, CMS-Detroit was the beneficiary of an international online auction of 10 pairs of Eminem limited edition Air Jordan shoes. All proceeds from the auction - held by Eminem's Marshall Mathers Foundation and the Dearborn-based Carhartt - will go to fund the new program.
Mona Hanna-Attisha, assistant professor of pediatrics at MSU's College of Human Medicine and director of the pediatric residency program at Hurley Children's Hospital in Flint - whose study exposed elevated lead blood levels in Flint children - will speak at MSU's undergraduate convocation on May 6.
Michigan State University is one of the key places in the United States, if not the world, in which to study Africa. There's a long tradition of the Diaspora here, as well as tremendous resources for study and research. Whether it's the library, established faculty, invited scholar-lecturers, or the various centers, Africa and its Diaspora are highly prominent at MSU.
So you think the gold in your ring or watch came from a mine in Africa or Australia? Well, think farther away. Much, much farther.
At MSU, I have the freedom to sit in two colleges and have committees that work across disciplines. There are so many different options for me that I can continue to explore. That, hands down, shows I picked the right place.
A student takes advantage of the warmer weather on campus and gets some studying done at the same time. Photo by Derrick L. Turner
By using one of the most advanced imaging systems in the world - the 7 Tesla, three times more powerful than a standard MRI - Erik Shapiro and his team are unlocking the mysteries of diseases like cancer, liver disease and neurodegenerative disease.
International Studies and Programs at MSU has appointed Ashley Green as assistant dean for administration, effective April 4.