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Big possibilities for human health

In Kristin Parent’s world of studying viruses that infect bacteria, she knows if there’s a host, there’s also a virus that can infect it. What she and her team learn about one virus can be applied to another. And their findings could be critically important to human health.

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More than 2,700 Spartans graduate this weekend

Michigan State University will host commencement ceremonies Friday and Saturday at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center. The College of Social Science has the most undergraduate students with 326.

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The source of stem cells points to two proteins

New research at MSU and published in the journal eLife has pinpointed two proteins that are the keys to the decision making of mammalian embryos — between forming a placenta or creating a baby.

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College of Music rings in the holidays

To celebrate the season, College of Music artist and faculty member Jon Weber constructed a special arrangement of “Carol of the Bells” for the MSU Percussion Studio that was performed in a unique way at the construction site for the new Billman Music Pavilion.

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Our Commitment

We are listening. We are creating change. Together, we will make a safer, healthier, more respectful campus community.

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MI Spartan Impact

MSU and partners across the state work to create a stronger, healthier, more prosperous tomorrow—for Michigan and the world.

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Diversity & Inclusion

We are Spartans. See what makes MSU a place where differences are assets and why diversity and inclusion are important in our culture.

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