A research paper written by Heather Douglas, associate professor of philosophy at Michigan State University, is being recognized as one of the most influential to ever be published by the Philosophy of Science journal and was selected to be included in the journal’s 90th Anniversary Collection.
Michigan State University today named Judd Herzer as the director of MSU Mobility to help amplify and focus the university’s vast research activities in the smart-vehicle landscape. Satish Udpa, University Distinguished Professor in the College of Engineering at MSU and co-founder of MSU Mobility, has been fulfilling the duties of this newly created role in an interim capacity while the university looked for the ideal candidate.
Michigan State University Professor Emeritus Dan Gould was inducted to the International Society for Sports Psychology Hall of Fame in 2023. Gould is one of the first 10 living scholars worldwide to be inducted.
The National Center for Health and Justice Integration for Suicide Prevention (NCHATS) is inviting applications for small feasibility/pilot studies that capitalize on Center resources and extend the Center's research program.
The Office of Research and Innovation is pleased to announce our faculty research support funding programs for the 2023-2024 academic year.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the ICER maintenance and downtime scheduled for Tuesday, August 8 will not proceed as planned. The maintenance window and downtime are rescheduled for Tuesday, August 15, 2023.
Fourteen faculty have received Humanities and Arts Research Program (HARP) Production Awards for the 2023 academic year. Congratulations to all faculty that received funding for this program and thank you to the MSU Research Foundation for their continued generosity in supporting this award.
The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, or DOE-SC, has awarded $529 million to continue world-leading nuclear science research at the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams.
Joseph R. Haywood, Ph.D, assistant vice president for the Office of Research and Innovation has announced his plans to retire from the university.
The Institute for Public Policy and Social Research is pleased to announce that it is accepting research proposals for the Michigan Applied Policy Research internal grant program, with 3-page applications and budgets due July 28th.