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As associate professor of surgery at MSU, Dinesh Vyas has made a social impact in India and global health. His work continues to spread throughout various countries.
The university communities of Duke, Kentucky, Michigan State and Wisconsin may have basketball foremost on their minds this weekend, but year-round those minds are performing some extraordinary research.
To help guide decisions and policies regarding sexual assault in the campus community, Michigan State University is taking part in a climate survey that will be sent to all students on April 6.
"The Hunting Ground," a documentary from award-winning director Kirby Dick that investigates sexual assault at American universities, will be shown at 7 p.m. Tuesday in B117 Wells Hall at MSU.
MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon will host a live webcast, "A Conversation with President Simon about MSU's Energy Future," at 10:15 a.m. Wednesday in the Lincoln Room of the MSU Kellogg Center.
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.
MSU's Breslin Student Events Center will open its doors Saturday for the Spartan faithful who want to watch the NCAA Final Four semifinal game in a fun, festive atmosphere. And on a big screen.
In the wild, most adult giraffes are capable of fending off lions. Evidence from Ruaha National Park, however, suggests that's changing.
"It's not just what we do, but why and how we do it, that distinguishes us as Spartans. As Spartans, we have the heart, the talent and tenacity to make an extraordinary impact." Those are the inspiring words of my ultimate boss around this place, Lou Anna K. Simon, the president of MSU. I simply love that quote and all the meaning behind it.
It's a pretty awesome time to be a Spartan, isn't it? Spring finally has sprung (I hope) and we're in the national spotlight thanks to Tom Izzo and our team defying the odds and making it to the Final Four. Heart? Talent? Tenacity? Check, check and check when it comes to this team. They've figured out that they each have a role to play, but when they work together, the result is pretty incredible. They've figured out just what "Spartans Will" means to them and they've shown it every time they've stepped onto the court this tournament.
Though that quote can certainly be applied to our basketball team, it wasn't said about them. It has a much, much bigger meaning than just athletics. Those student athletes are just a small number of the half a million Spartans there are in this world - all who demonstrate exactly what President Simon was talking about every day.
I have a great job. As a member of Michigan State's physics and astronomy department, I not only have the opportunity to teach great students at one of the world's top universities, but also conduct research using the IceCube Neutrino Observatory. I'm grateful to MSU and the National Science Foundation for their generous support of several graduate and undergraduate students and postdoctoral researchers who work on IceCube with me.
It seems as though Andrew Baker has found the secret to a successful life. He is an outstanding student, a dynamic researcher . . . and a humanitarian.
MSU women's basketball player Aerial Powers added to her ever-growing collection of postseason honors Tuesday with Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American accolades
Graduate students, professors and researchers interested in molecular biology are invited to register to attend a new course being offered at MSU, Teaching Methods for Gamete and Embryo Molecular Biology. The course runs May 10-16 on campus in Anthony Hall.
Join fellow Spartans at the MSU Final Four Pep Rally to support Coach Izzo and the men's basketball team as they prepare for the Final Four.
America's welfare state is quietly evolving from needs-based to an employment-based safety net that rewards working families and fuels dreams of a better life, indicates a new study led by a James Madison College scholar.
Students have a discussion in the second floor walkway of Fairchild Theatre on March 24, 2015. Photo by Derrick L. Turner
Shawn Malburg Dunn graduated in 2005 from the College of Nursing at MSU with a Bachelor of Science in nursing. During Dunn's time as a student and since graduation, she has remained an active supporter of the college.
An institute based at MSU that studies, among other things, how the elements found throughout the universe first came to be, has been renewed for funding by the National Science Foundation.
The MSU Counseling Center Sexual Assault Program is celebrating 35 years of service on April 2nd in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
The Michigan State University Counseling Center Sexual Assault Program is celebrating 35 years of service on April 2nd in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.