Articles tagged “Research”
Sarah Kovan and Irene Li have been named finalists in the Rhodes Scholarship competition.
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.
MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon and Douglas Estry, Assoc. Provost for Undergraduate Education, spoke at the first ever T-Summit, an event co-sponsored by MSU and IBM.
Many students participate in study abroad programs while at MSU, including some outside their own major. Read about one political science student's research on pollution & see what inspired his work.
Many undergraduate students conduct research projects under the supervision of graduate students. It's a win-win situation for all our Spartans. Read about students studying avatars and exercise.
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.
Spartans will be all over Austin, Texas for the South by Southwest conference this week, as attendees, presenters, contest participants and all-around awesome people.
A new website features profiles of distinguished graduate students and the bold research they are conducting.
Experience serving in the Peace Corps and living in Senegal led Sarah Kopper to study food security at Michigan State.
Steven Stradley graduated with his master of fine arts degree in May 2013.
The fourth volume of ReCUR is now available online. This journal highlights some of the outstanding student research at MSU.