A team of researchers from Michigan State University, Care New England Health System, and Henry Ford Health is collaborating on a $6.2 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) mental health research grant.
Humanities Commons, an online open-source platform hosted and sustained by Michigan State University and used by thousands of humanities scholars and practitioners around the world, was awarded a three-year, $1,249,282 grant from the National Science Foundation to establish a Commons that focuses on STEM.
Jessica Swartz has been named as the new Director of Conflict Disclosure Management starting August 22, 2022.
Five MSU researchers are part of the team that received a $1.2M grant from the Federal Aviation Administration and the Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
Three EEB core faculty members will be engaged in establishing two of the four National Science Foundation (NSF) Biology Integration Institutes, a $38 million five-year investment that acknowledges answering big questions in biology requires interdisciplinary research and partnerships.
Media and Information Professor David Ewoldsen, Ph.D., joins a team of editors (Natascha Just, Chul-joo “CJ” Lee, Karen Tenenboim) on his fourth renowned communication journal. The team will publish their first issue of the Journal of Communication in early 2023.
The W. M. Keck Foundation has awarded Michigan State University’s Marcos Dantus and Elad Harel $1.3 million to start a new revolution in the way we use optical microscopes to understand the living world.
STEMAP is recruiting MSU participants for a 6-month science communication and outreach training program, with application deadlines due on Friday, September 2, 2022.
Jon Keune, Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Michigan State University, received a Fulbright Global Scholar Award for the 2022-23 academic year that will support his research on the effects of migration on the religious identities of Buddhists.
Michigan State University’s Center for Language Teaching Advancement (CeLTA), housed in the College of Arts & Letters, was awarded a U.S. Department of Education grant to create a national language resource center that will enhance and support the teaching of less commonly taught languages (LCTLs) nationwide.