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WKAR leader taking her passion for community building to MSUFCU

Susi Elkins is the general manager of WKAR Public Media and director of Broadcasting at MSU. She's leaving the station to become chief community development officer fo...

Steve Smith's Michigan State University Commencement Address: Achievement or Fulfillment?

Spartan Basketball great Steve Smith gave the commencement address at his alma mater Michigan State University on May 6, 2022.

MSU Advancement leader connects alumni and donors to their passions

Kim Tobin is Michigan State University's new vice president for University Advancement.

MSU Facility for Rare Isotope Beams opens its doors to discovery

U.S. Secretary of Energy, other officials cut ribbon at ceremony on 2 May

Michigan State University to grow its electric vehicle fleet by nearly 370

First 40 new electric vehicles to arrive on campus this summer

Detroit native brings hope and expertise treating headaches and facial pain to MSU Health Care

Larry Charleston IV, MD, MSc, FAHS is Professor and Director of the Comprehensive Headache and Facial Pain Center in the MSU Health Care Neurology & Ophthalmology ...

Spartans graduate, prepare to make the world a better place

Michigan State University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. elaborates on topics he discusses in his April 2022 Spartan Community Letter.

MSU Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities has been maximizing ability and opportunity for 50 years

Michael Hudson is the director of Michigan State University's Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD).

Retiring advancement leader has been “making magic” and growing MSU’s “margin of excellence” for decades

Marti Heil is vice president of University Advancement at her alma mater Michigan State University, and she's retiring and ending her distinguished service to MSU.

Returning the Favor

With a love for giving back and a curiosity that doesn’t quit, Russ King, ’70, stays rooted in his desire to help give people a chance.

Consistent, authentic, transparent communication key to building genuine trust with community for MSU Police and Public Safety

Welcome to another episode of Chopping It Up with the Chief on MSU Today. The chief is Michigan State University’s Vice President for Public Safety and Chief of Police...

Protecting, promoting and growing the inclusive MSU brand

Erika Austin is the brand new director of university licensing for Michigan State University. She describes her background and talks about what attracted her to MSU.

Share your ideas and experiences to build the future of MSU

Michigan State University is embarking on a comprehensive university facilities and land use plan, which will provide a flexible framework for the future of the East L...

DEI at MSU: Providing opportunity and support for all Spartans to reach their full potential

Michigan State University's new strategic plan articulates a shared vision for the university through the end of the decade. MSU Strategic Plan 2030: Empowering Excell...

Duo helping expansive MSU STEAM curriculum community evolve, innovate, and grow

Stephen Thomas is the assistant dean for STEM Education Teaching and Learning and Dr. Julie Libarkin is the associate dean for STEM Education Research and Innovation, ...

Sustainable mass timber industry evolving at MSU with potential to enhance Michigan’s economy

Crain’s Detroit Business has named Sandra Lupien, director of MassTimber@MSU, to its inaugural “Notable Leaders in Sustainability” list.

Alumni, faculty, and staff come together on Give Green Day to invest in MSU’s future

Michigan State University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. elaborates on topics he discusses in his March 2022 Spartan Community Letter.

MSU African American and African Studies “unicorns” drive Black futures beyond survival into wellness

Ruth Nicole Brown is the inaugural chairperson of Michigan State University's Department of African American and African Studies (AAAS), and she's an MSU Foundation Pr...

Refugees. Economy. Redistricting

Michigan is watching for more updates after announcements that the U.S. will accept up to 100,000 refugees fleeing the fighting in Ukraine, the state’s refugee coordin...

Ending health disparities can bring hope, health, and healing to Michigan and the world

Michigan State University's new strategic plan articulates a shared vision for the university through the end of the decade. MSU Strategic Plan 2030 Empowering Excelle...

“Spartans care deeply” about stewarding resources and a sustainable MSU campus

Michigan State University's new strategic plan articulates a shared vision for the university through the end of the decade. MSU's Strategic Plan 2030: Empowering Exce...

Share your voice through the Know More Campus Survey

As Michigan State University continues to focus on improving the university's culture and emphasizing the importance of a safer, more inclusive campus, the next KNOW M...

“Excellence and equity in research and teaching is really what we're all about”

Michigan State University's new strategic plan articulates a shared vision for the university through the end of the decade. MSU Strategic Plan 2030 Empowering Excelle...

War. Bread. Votes.

All eyes are staying on Russia, Ukraine, inflation and November’s mid-term elections, Michigan State University’s IPPSR podcasters are forecasting, with new State of t...

MSU Health Care Breast Imaging Center gets new home, upgraded technology at McLaren Greater Lansing

MSU Health Care Imaging Services have served the mid-Michigan community since 1975. The team of healthcare professionals has pioneered research and clinical applicatio...

President Stanley reflects on MSU’s 167 years of “making a difference”

Michigan State University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. elaborates on topics in his February 2022 Spartan Community Letter.

MSU takes action to address campus culture

Michigan State University has launched a new effort based on one of the actions outlined in the Relationship Violence and Sexual Misconduct Strategic Plan. The goal is...

MSU Police Services Bureau Embraces Community Policing

Welcome to another episode of Chopping it up with the Chief with Michigan State University Vice-President for Public Safety and Chief of Police, Marlon Lynch.

“Faculty and staff are absolutely critical to everything we do at MSU”

Michigan State University's new strategic plan articulates a shared vision for the university through the end of the decade. MSU’s Strategic Plan 2030 Empowering Excel...

Remembering WJR Radio Legend Frank Beckmann

Frank Beckmann, 72, a fixture at WJR-AM (760) for 48 years, died February 12, 2022, of vascular dementia.

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