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The NIFS has been busy this winter. They assist students with nationally competitive scholarship applications. Several MSU students have been nominated and/or named as finalists so far this semester.
Many opportunities are available for students to participate in undergraduate research. See a video of current student researchers, and learn about efforts to increase this number.
The Schoenl Family Undergraduate Grant for Dire Needs Overseas is allowing Honors College students to have a real and immediate impact on the lives of individuals in developing countries.
Freshman Breana Brill's post on how study abroad "ruined her life" (in a good way!) was picked up by the Huffington Post. Read about how MSU's Freshman Seminar Abroad program changed her life.
We're welcoming Samantha Ward to the USF staff. Hear more about her in her own words.
Linton Hall, the historic building we call "home", is the oldest standing building on campus. It has a long and varied list of former occupants (including a mammoth skeleton!)
ROTC members will run the game ball from Ann Arbor to East Lansing on the Friday before the MSU/UM football game, raising awareness for the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities along the way.
Our annual scholarship luncheon was held on September 26 (Homecoming Weekend) this year. View photos and video from the event, which was held to celebrate student scholarship recipients & donors.
An overheard discussion reveals one of the best lessons MSU may offer.
In 1907 President Theodore Roosevelt spoke at the semicenntenial celebration of the founding of agricultural colleges in the United States.
Our apologies on taking an unannounced break from the blog. Read on for an update on our happenings this summer.
MSU Provost June Pierce Youatt recently was intervieed on WKAR radio's Current State program.