See-and-Do at MSU: August 2016 Edition

Linton Hall with multi-colored trees. Read about things to do on campus during August 2016.

Each month we curate a list of events and opportunities that may be of interest to you. This is your guide to things to see and do on campus (or online!) during the month of August.

See-and-Do at MSU: May 2016 Edition

Students pose for graduation photos with Sparty at The Spartan Statue

Each month we curate a list of events and opportunities that may be of interest to you. This is your guide to things to see and do on campus (or online!) during the month of May.

Tom Ryan ('79, '82, '85): From Food Science to Serial Entrepreneur

Tom Ryan, photographed at Tom's Urban at L.A. Live in Los Angeles, CA

Post-graduate life is a series of left-hand turns. At least, that’s how Tom Ryan describes it.

A Busy Time for the National & International Fellowships and Scholarship Office

A globe in the business library

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.

A Look at Campus, Circa 1899, Through Modern Technology

Linton Hall circa 1910

Josh Schnell took full advantage of a research opportunity as a freshman. Now, as a junior, he has contributed to the collection of data about Linton Hall and MSU's archaeological past.

President Obama Visits MSU

president Obama

President Obama visited campus on Friday to sign the Agricultural Act of 2014. We were there to cover the action live on Twitter and Instagram!

Featured Fellow: Sarah Kopper

Sarah Kopper

Experience serving in the Peace Corps and living in Senegal led Sarah Kopper to study food security at Michigan State.

Featured Fellow: Neil Carter

Neil Carter

Neil Carter received his PhD from MSU in 2013 with a University Distinguished Fellowship. His research at MSU led him to study tigers in Nepal.

Featured Fellow: Abby Lynch

Abby Lynch

Abby Lynch is a University Distinguished Fellow and former FAST Fellow. Her research focuses on climate change and its effects on fisheries management of lake whitefish.

Featured Fellow: Emily Weigel

Emily Weigel

Emily Weigel discusses how the FAST fellowship program makes her a better researcher and instructor. She is researching evolution as part of the BEACON Center for the Study of Evolution in Action.

Featured Fellow: Daniel Brickley

Daniel Brickley

Daniel Brickley is a University Distinguished Fellow at Michigan State University. He is very active in the university community, something that has been made possible because of his fellowship.

Featured Fellow: Jenifer Buckley – University Distinguished Fellow

Jenifer Buckley

After obtaining degrees in the United States and the Netherlands, Jenifer began working on sustainable farming and local food system issues through a Minnesota-based non-profit organization.