On Oct. 13, 2022, President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. submitted a letter of resignation to the Michigan State University Board of Trustees. During a special meeting on Oct. 31, trustees appointed Teresa K. Woodruff, Ph.D. as interim president.
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FRIB's scientific mission
The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams will be the preeminent user facility of its kind in the world — and home to the world’s most powerful heavy-ion accelerator — funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, the state of Michigan and MSU.
MSU is leading a $15 million project to help make fusion energy a reality. The DOE-funded collaboration will help make computer modeling more potent and actionable for the future of plasma science and sustainable energy.
The College of Arts and Letters held an official opening for a new space dedicated to the Department of African American and African Studies — the first of its kind at MSU.
I really started my journey in the field of computer science and mobility during my first year at MSU. I was awarded a professorial assistantship and got the opportunity to work on the MSU SOAR team under Hayder Radha.
Nov. 21, 2022
MSU in the news
Colorful frogs downed by disease are making a surprising comeback: Two years ago, evolutionary biologist Sarah Fitzpatrick of MSU’s W.K. Kellogg Biological Station and graduate student Kyle Jaynes began to tally the sightings, in part to see whether they might reveal clues to why some species had persisted.
Supreme Court considers fate of landmark Indian adoption law: "A child isn't separate from her tribe," said Kathryn Fort, director of the Indian Law Clinic at MSU. "That child is sacred to that tribe."
‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ continues the series’ quest to recover and celebrate lost cultures: As someone who teaches and writes about Afrofuturism, I’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.” I’m particularly excited about the introduction of Namor and the hidden kingdom of Talokan, which he leads. Julian Chambliss is a professor of English at MSU.
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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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