As families and communities celebrated Thanksgiving last week, some Residential College in the Arts and Humanities students held a celebration of their own to address a global food shortage with their first event in the “Hunger Dialogues” series.
A team of MSU researchers will soon be heading into the rainforests of Nicaragua to help an endangered species known as a Baird’s tapir co-exist with local farmers whose crops are being threatened by the animals.
L.A. Dickerson, specialist for the College of Communication Arts and Sciences, talks about starting MSU's student chapter of the Association for Women in Sports Media and her husband, Dan Dickerson, who is the radio voice of the Detroit Tigers.
As MSU’s Recruiting Trends report shows, college students are experiencing a mixed bag of outcomes when it comes to finding a job.
Min Jung Kim, deputy director of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, discusses the months of hard work and dedication involved in preparation for the museum's Nov. 10 grand opening.
Kathryn Palczewski, communications intern for the College of Arts and Letters, talks about the purpose of the "I AM CAL" student video contest.
Jeff Morris, post-doc researcher in the Richard Lenski Lab, talks about how he used to play in a heavy metal band before deciding to pursue a career in science, and how the two disciplines intersect.
Sarah Reckhow, assistant professor of political science, discusses education and the upcoming presidential election.
Lydia Hiller, co-director of the Haunted Aud, talks about what truly scares people and what the proceeds from the Haunted Aud are used for.
Kelly Brittain, assistant professor in the College of Nursing, talks about the students she teaches and her research with colorectal cancer risk reduction.
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