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Michigan State fifth-year senior Connor Cook was presented the 2015 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award at a ceremony at the Embassy Suites Baltimore Inner Harbor Hotel & The Grand Dec. 11.
MSU has not only defined the term "food fraud," but the university also is helping the United States and other countries establish the strategies to fight it.
Robert Floden, a University Distinguished Professor and associate dean for research in the MSU College of Education, will be recommended as dean of the college.
The MSU Debate Team has been invited to compete in the Dartmouth Round Robin in January - a highly-selective event for only the top seven teams in the country.
Tickets go on sale for the new production of "The Sound of Music" at 10 a.m. Dec. 11. The production is directed by three-time Tony Award winner Jack O'Brien and will premiere Feb. 9-14 at Wharton Center.
Students and people in the greater Lansing community explored cultures from around the world on Nov. 22 at MSU's annual Global Festival.
The e-book version of a guide written by an MSU journalism class that is designed to dispel biases and stereotypes about Muslim Americans is again available.
A $1 million gift to MSU from Al and Nancy Gambrel will create the Gambrel Family Endowed Professorship in Management.
MSU hosts Maryland Eastern Shore in a third-straight home game for the Spartans. This is the first-ever meeting between the Spartans and the Hawks.
It's a pretty fantastic time to be a Spartan, no? Thanks to one more thrilling, last-minute win, the football team is ranked No. 3 and headed to the national playoffs. (I think my heart went back to normal sometime around 4 a.m. Sunday) Our basketball team continued its unbeaten streak and is ranked No. 1 in the country.
MSU is certainly in the national spotlight and it feels pretty darn good. But did you know there's another Spartan team ranked in the top three in the nation? That would be the MSU Debate Team. That's right, there are national weekly rankings of debate and we're ranked number three - right ahead of Harvard.
I've met a lot of Spartans in my time here - students, faculty members, employees, alumni and athletes. While we're all playing on our own fields, there are common threads that run through every Spartan. Whether reaching higher to score a needed touchdown, or studying harder to secure a Rhodes scholarship like MSU soccer captain Sarah Kovan just did, there's a never-ending drive to succeed. It doesn't matter if a Spartan is shooting three-pointers or debating energy policy - giving up is never an option.
I worry about my discipline. Because the majority of nematodes species are microscopic and there are fewer and fewer people conducting applied nematode research, I believe they may go from the "unseen" to the "forgotten" enemies.
We are constantly motivated by the call to reach higher and our knowledge that Spartans Will debate the big issues.
A classic MSU lantern lights the way on a December night. The original lanterns were built in approximately 1929 and lasted through the 1980s, when it became obvious that the lanterns were in disrepair and needed to be replaced. Although the university had the option to replace the lanterns with modern lamps, the crew working on the lantern replacements decided to create an exact replica of the old lanterns.
Since arriving at MSU two years ago, Felicia Wu, has been aggressively applying agricultural solutions to issues of human health around the world.
The Spartans were named the third seed in the four-team playoff and will play second-seeded and SEC Champion Alabama in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic Dec. 31 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
Sometime in the future, patients will inhale a magnetized gas, have an MRI on their lungs, and learn if they have asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or perhaps something worse. But for that to happen, the techniques needed to magnetize the gas that a patient inhales to make the MRI image useable need to be perfected. And that is where Michigan State University research comes in.
The U.S. Department of Education recently awarded funding to two MSU doctoral students, Elizabeth Timbs and Alyssa Morley, to support their research under the fiscal year 2015 Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad program.
MSU Professors of Jazz continues its tradition of fusing modern jazz tunes with Christmas classics for a concert full of holiday cheer.
A team of MSU engineering students has developed an app that will benefit the visually impaired.
MSU alumna Susan Goldberg, the first woman to serve as editor in chief of National Geographic magazine, will be one of three speakers at MSU's fall commencement ceremonies.