• MSU anti-counterfeiting program earns center status


    After four years of successful efforts, MSU’s program on anti-counterfeiting and product protection officially has been recognized as a center – a move that will spur further growth. Read more ...
  • Emilio Moran presents his first Hannah Lecture


    Emilio F. Moran, a pioneer in the field of environmental research, presented his first public lecture since joining the faculty in the College of Social Science.  View the full length video of his lecture.
  • Robert Walker: All roads don't lead to Starbucks


    Geography professor shares his viewpoint in the Spartans Will.360 Perspective. Read more ...

     

  • Bilingual education has spillover effect


    Economist Scott Imberman sheds light with a groundbreaking study. Read more ...

     

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  • Iraq War vet accepted into Presidential Fellows Program
    Iraq War vet accepted into Presidential Fellows Program Kent Dell, an Iraq War veteran and Michigan State University Honors College and Political Science graduate, has been accepted into the Presidential Fellows Program.
  • Labor unions can influence flextime
    Labor unions can influence flextime Labor unions have the influence to help workers gain access to flexible schedules but can do more to foster that trend, finds a study led by MSU Human Resources and Labor Relations Professor Peter Berg.
  • Out of shape? Your memory may suffer
    Out of shape? Your memory may suffer Here’s another reason to drop that doughnut and hit the treadmill: A new study by MSU Psychology Assistant Professor Kimberly Fenn and colleagues suggests aerobic fitness affects long-term memory.
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