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IPF receives funding to restore red cedar riverbanks

A living lab and place of relaxation to students, faculty, staff and surrounding communities, the Red Cedar River runs for three miles through campus and its beauty is easily seen by all passersby. But less obvious is how threatened the river is by erosion, something that IPF is working to change.

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New kiosk at MSU Libraries encourages readers to be writers

A sweet new kiosk at the MSU Main Library dispenses stories like candy from a vending machine. Located on the main floor near the south (Red Cedar) entrance, the dispenser offers a new reading option for MSU Library users and serves as a new publishing venue for students, faculty, and staff. The kiosk provides free on-demand printing of short prose and poetry, offering users a choice of one-minute, three-minute, or five-minute stories printed on paper a bit wider than a typical receipt.

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MSU College of Education connects scholarship, policy, and practice in education and health

WKAR's Russ White sits down with Robert Floden, dean of MSU's renowned College of Education and university distinguished professor, to discuss the college’s global reputation and challenges they face in higher education.

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Director of MSU Cryogenic Initiative honored for engineering acheivements

Venkatarao (Rao) Ganni, director of the MSU Cryogenic Initiative, professor of accelerator physics and adjunct professor of mechanical engineering, received the Samuel C. Collins Award given for lifetime achievement, at the 2019 Cryogenic Engineering Conference and International Cryogenic Materials Conference.

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