Articles tagged “College of Social Science”
This post comes from Jaaz Catterall, a student staff member in our office. Jaaz is studying at MSU on a generous full-ride scholarship. This financial freedom allowed for some very interesting summer adventures, which we've asked him to share. Enjoy!
Paula Fogarty of Grosse Ile, Michigan, knows the meaning of a Spartan’s will. As she puts it, “Spartans never say never and will fight until the very end for what they want.”
Tower Guard is MSU's oldest active campus-based, student-run organization. Members volunteer time to help fellow Spartans with print-related disabilities.
Seth Rowles has been able to work with at-risk youth, disabled children, and juvenile offenders on his path to discovering his future career.
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.
Sarah Kovan and Irene Li have been named finalists in the Rhodes Scholarship competition.
Air Force ROTC alumni came back to campus for a reception, tailgate, and the MSU vs. Air Force football game.
David M. Walton is the recipient of the Ruth Simms Hamilton Graduate Merit Fellowship, made possible through a generous donation from TIAA-CREF in honor of the late Dr. Ruth Simms-Hamilton.
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.
The 2014 President's Report shares the MSU student experience by following the daily lives of nine students throughout a semester.
Sarena Bhatia is researching macro-level issues in our organizational psychology program.
Danielle King is a University Distinguished Fellow at Michigan State University. She draws on her experiences in Hurricane Katrina as a motivation for some of her research on resiliency.