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Politics, Policy and the Economy subjects in the latest IPPSR State of the State conversation

Matt Grossmann, Charley Ballard, and Arnold Weinfeld from MSU's Institute for Public Policy and Social Research talk politics and the economy.

“Championship resources” drive holistic mental and physical wellness in Spartan Athletics

Ashton Henderson, a four-year letter winner for Spartan Football from 2006 through 2009, returned to MSU in February of 2022 as executive associate athletics director ...

Arts and culture institutions collaborating to imbue the arts into the fabric of MSU

Three of Michigan State University's arts and culture institutions are celebrating significant milestones this year.

Alumna, MSU students inspire each other to live “hope-rich” life of recovery and sobriety

Michigan native and MSU alumna Susan Packard is a media entrepreneur, who along with many talented people, created popular TV channels like CNBC, HGTV, and Food Networ...

MSU Police evolving to better engage with the campus and community

This is another edition of Chopping It Up with the Chief, the chief being Michigan State University's Vice President for Public Safety and Chief of Police, Marlon Lynch.

Catching up with Michigan State University’s 19th President Peter McPherson

Peter McPherson was the 19th president of Michigan State University, serving from October of 1993 through 2004. He's also president emeritus of the Association of Publ...

Broad Museum interim director seeks to embed arts and culture across campus

Steven Bridges is the interim director and senior curator and director of curatorial affairs at MSU's Broad Museum. The Broad is celebrating 10 years of being open to ...

Remembering Dr. E. James Potchen, a giant in MSU history

Dr. E. James Potchen passed away peacefully on August 20, 2022.

President Stanley looking forward to a “safe, focused and productive” year at MSU

Michigan State University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. elaborates on topics he discusses in his August 2022 Spartan Community Letter, which you can read by cl...

Inflation, recession, and expanding broadband services to all Michiganders are subjects in the latest State of the State podcast

On this month’s State of the State Podcast, Institute for Public Policy and Social Research (IPPSR) Assistant Director Arnold Weinfeld, along with MSU Economist Charle...

New executive director engaging Wharton Center’s audience of the future

Eric Olmscheid is the new executive director of MSU's world-renowned Wharton Center for the Performing Arts.

MSU institute promotes love for fitness and works to reduce professionalization of youth sports

Inside Michigan State University's renowned College of Education is the equally renowned Department of Kinesiology, and within the department is the acclaimed Institut...

MSU’s first-ever W. M. Keck Foundation award will show life in a new light

A $1.3 million research project will use laser light to record movies of biological processes at an unprecedented resolution

New MSU College of Education dean seeks to “anchor strengths and optimize opportunities”

Michigan State University's renowned College of Education has a new leader. It's Jerlando F. L. Jackson, who is also an MSU Foundation Professor of Education.

Strategic communication veteran leading a “digital transformation” at WKAR Public Media

Shawn Turner is a professor of strategic communication at Michigan State University. He's also a national security analyst for CNN. Since May, he has been the interim ...

Detroit Apple Developer Academy celebrates first graduating class

Apple, Michigan State University and the Gilbert Family Foundation on June 30 celebrated the accomplishments of graduates from the first cohort of the Detroit Apple De...

MSU President Stanley reflects on a busy summer and potential record enrollment for the fall

Michigan State University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. joins Russ White on MSU Today to elaborate on topics he discusses in his June 2022 Spartan Community Le...

Moderation and creative approach help MSU Sports Medicine keep athletes and the public moving

Russ White talks with Nate Fitton and Jill Moschelli from the MSU Health Care Sports Medicine and Orthopedic Center.

Afrofuturism takes center stage at second annual MSU Juneteenth celebration

Afrofuturism is the central theme of Michigan State University's second annual Juneteenth celebration. Juneteenth, on June 19th, is a federal holiday that commemorates...

MSU President Stanley reflects on “a very successful academic year“ as summer begins

Michigan State University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., M.D. joins me on MSU Today to elaborate on topics he discusses in his May 2022 Spartan Community Letter, whi...

Title IX turns 50: Progress has been made with still more to do

Title IX is a federal civil rights law passed as part of the Education Amendments of 1972. It prohibits sex-based discrimination in any school or any other education p...

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.

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