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Interim President Teresa K. Woodruff shares a farewell message with the Spartan community.
MSU had an exceptional year for research volume in 2023, breaking previous records by achieving $844 million in total research and development expenditures.
Per national tradition, every year MSU celebrates Black History Month throughout the month of February. Colleges, units and student organizations across campus will be hosting events throughout the month.
MSU once again has been recognized as one of the colleges and universities with the highest number of faculty and administrators selected for the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program. MSU has the distinction of being the only doctoral institution in the nation to achieve top-producer status for the past 10 consecutive years.
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Scientists create 5 new isotopes to learn how neutron star collisions forge gold: Alexandra Gade, FRIB scientific director, and Bradley Sherrill, FRIB head of the Advanced Rare Isotope Separator Department, who both are professors in the College of Natural Science, discussed five new isotopes that can bring starts to Earth.
What Apple’s new Vision Pro headset might do to our brain: Rabindra Ratan, associate professor in the Department of Media and Information in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences, described his research on the negative effects of mixed reality, as more devices hit the market.
Secret to healthier potato chips and french fries revealed in breakthrough study: Jiming Jiang, MSU Research Foundation professor in the College of Natural Science, has led research on a gene in potatoes that could make them healthier.
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.