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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 leads the state in green colleges ranking, making Princeton Review's list of ‘Top 50 Green College.’
Nobel Prize-winning scientist, influential leaders to address fall graduates Dec. 15 and 16.
New research from MSU could inspire new ideas to alleviate pain associated with inflammatory conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome.
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MSU researchers to study alternative to insecticide for potato pests: “Because the potato industry is so reliant on this neonicotinoid insecticide, we're trying to find a way that you can manage insect pests without them, and still have good yields and have more positive impacts on the environment at the same time,” said Zsofia Szendrei, a professor in the Department of Entomology.
How online shoppers can avoid swindlers: “We see almost every industry you can imagine and every product line you can imagine counterfeited,” said Kari Kammel, director of MSU's Center for Anti-Counterfeiting and Product Protections. It's important, Kammel said, that holiday shoppers know who they're buying from when searching for gifts online.
Machine learning creates a massive map of smelly molecules: Emily Mayhew, assistant professor in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, co-authored a study allowing for predicting chemical's odors. The model, called the Principal Odor Map, predicted smells for 500,000 molecules that have never been synthesized — a task that would take a human 70 years.
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.