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Members of the MSU community — representing leaders, students, faculty, staff and graduates — describe the vision animating the university from its beginnings to the current day.
MSU online graduate programs continue to receive top rankings from U.S. News & World Report. For 2023, three of the university’s participating programs and four specific disciplinary areas are ranked in the top 10.
New research from MSU found that the worst thing you can do is lie about your reason for canceling plans with a friend — indicating that how cancellations are made may be more important than whether cancellations are made.
The "William G. Anderson Lecture Series: Slavery to Freedom" honors Dr. William G. Anderson, an invaluable member of the MSU community. Anderson was one of the first faculty members of MSU's College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Jan. 30, 2023
MSU in the news
How to become a morning exercise person: To wake up earlier and start a morning exercise routine, “what we’re trying to do is not just shift your bedtime, but actually shift your entire circadian clock to be earlier,” said Kimberly Fenn, a cognitive neuroscientist who studies sleep and learning at MSU. “That’s the ultimate goal.”
New guidelines recommend early, aggressive treatment for childhood obesity: "It's hard for kids to go outside and play because of safety reasons," said Mona Hanna-Attisha, pediatrician at Hurley Children's Clinic in Flint and professor of public health at MSU. "There's, you know, a lot of reasons why these rates have been climbing year after year after year. And we just haven't had the tools to be able to treat patients properly."
A ‘horror movie’ come to life: Workers are using TikTok to broadcast their layoff: “People go online because they want to have this sense of camaraderie or connection with other people,” says Angela Hall, a professor of human resources and labor relations at MSU.
Making sure this school year is a healthy and safe one takes the entire MSU community working together. All students, staff and faculty members are required to be vaccinated. By getting a COVID-19 vaccine, Spartans can protect themselves, each other and our communities. We are all in this together and, together, we will keep campus safe.
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MSU used an inclusive and comprehensive strategic planning process to create a shared vision for the future and a common set of principles and values to guide our work.
To recognize the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion as a foundation for university, MSU is using a comprehensive DEI planning process focusing on those values and working in collaboration with the overall strategic planning process.
The RVSM Strategic Plan stems from work by leading researchers and experts in the field to develop a plan for survivor services, prevention efforts, and climate and culture change initiatives.
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