There's a light knock on Jeanne Wald's office door. She opens it to be greeted by a smiling postdoc stopping by to thank her for her help before he departs for a new faculty position in Texas.
Hearing rumors about Breslin Center renovations? Wondering about the current construction taking place at the old Michigan State Police post on Harrison Road? All of these updates and more are now available at your fingertips through the virtual Construction Junction.
In January 2015, Zoe Zappitell texted Brittney Urich: "I want to make an app that helps improve the lives of college students."
Project 60/50 is collaborating with the MSU Museum, the Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities, the Clerical-Technical Union and other community partners to host a community engagement and exhibition series.
The MSU Debate Team continued its strong season with a finish in the top four of a tournament held in California over the winter break.
The MSU Choral Union will hold interviews and auditions for its December performance of "Durufl'e's Requiem" at 6 p.m. Jan. 13 in room 165 of the Communication Arts and Sciences Building.
A bold, new collaboration between MSU and Detroit Public Television will unite one of the world's top research universities and a national leader in public broadcasting and community engagement.
A bold, new collaboration between Michigan State University and Detroit Public Television will unite one of the world's top research universities and a national leader in public broadcasting and community engagement.
Two cars designed and built by Michigan State University engineering students will be on display at this year's North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
ESPN's College GameDay will visit East Lansing on Jan. 23 when MSU hosts Maryland.
It's not just strangers who target children online. Kids' own friends are sexually harassing them over the Internet, finds new research led by an MSU cybercrime expert.
For the past 15 years, the MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine has brought a number of thought-provoking speakers to East Lansing each February as part of its William G. Anderson Lecture Series Slavery to Freedom: An American Odyssey.
Well, the New Year didn't exactly start the way most Spartans hoped it would. Instead of celebrating a Cotton Bowl victory as the clock struck midnight, we had to raise our glasses to the end of a fantastic season. It was disappointing, to be sure, but as Spartans, we have nothing to hang our heads about. Not only did 2015 bring us lots of excitement on game days, we had loads of Spartan successes on and off the field all year long.
If you can't remember all of them, check out this super cool video my colleagues Anthony Siciliano and Ellen Doepke put together highlighting Spartan wins in 2015. I double dog dare you not to feel incredibly proud to be a Spartan after watching it.
2016 will be no different. Every single day, Spartans will be facing new challenges and scoring more wins in classrooms, laboratories, hospitals and businesses - the list goes on and on.
Natalie Phillips is an assistant professor of English in the College of Arts and Letters and affiliated faculty in the Cognitive Science Program. She is a leading figure in the emerging field of literary neuroscience. Neuroscience is the field of study encompassing the various scientific disciplines dealing with the structure, development, function, chemistry, pharmacology and pathology of the nervous system.
It's a Tuesday in July and MSU College of Education junior Joshua Johnson is standing at the front of a small classroom of first and second graders at Detroit's Freedom School.
Four MSU faculty members were named today on a national list of scholars recognized for having the greatest influence on public debates about education.
MSU will travel to Tuscon, Arizona. Jan. 8 to compete against No. 16 Arizona in the first meet of the season.
Bryn Forbes scored 20 points, making three 3-pointers in the second half to help top-ranked MSU stave off Minnesota for a 69-61 victory on Saturday in response to a loss at Iowa earlier in the week.
Aerial Powers scored 21 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, Jasmine Hines added 15 points and No. 24 MSU turned back Wisconsin on Sunday.
As part of its annual commemorative concert celebrating the life of Martin Luther King Jr., on Jan. 17 MSU's Jazz Orchestra I will perform the world premiere of "Do You Know My Name?" the first major jazz work to address human trafficking.