Durvasula Receives NSF Grant for Cutting-Edge Research in Word Pattern Recognition
Karthik Durvasula, Associate Professor in the Department of Linguistics, Languages, and Cultures at Michigan State University, is delving further into “wordlikeness judgments” through a new research project supported by a $480,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.
American Communities Project Receives $2.4M from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
On November 15, the American Communities Project (ACP) received $2.4 million in funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation towards their new project, “Analyzing American economic and demographic fragmentation at the community level.”
Axia Institute Relocates to MSU St. Andrews
Michigan State University’s Axia Institute is pleased to announce that it will be moving to the MSU St. Andrews research facility at 1910 W. St Andrews Rd, in Midland from its offices in Midland’s East End building at the end of 2022.
Rhee to Lead Plant Resilience Institute
Sue Rhee will officially join MSU in July 2023 to lead the Plant Resilience Institute, or PRI, which launched in 2016 as part of MSU’s Global Impact Initiative to recruit top faculty to accelerate discovery around grand challenges.
MSU to Host Collaborative U.S. Geological Survey
Michigan State University will host a new collaborative U.S. Geological Survey research unit focused on the overall advancement, conservation and protection of natural resources in Michigan and beyond.
Introducing the 2022 MSU Cloud Computing Fellows
The 2022 MSU Cloud Computing Fellowship cohort has begun the first phase of their fellowship experience. Led by MSU’s Institute for Cyber-Enabled Research (ICER) and the ITS Data Management & Analytics (DMA) group, the fellowship is designed to provide cloud computing expertise and hands-on experience for academic researchers.
DFI Session I Award Recipients Announced
Congratulations to MSU faculty receiving a Discretionary Funding Initiative grant for Session I.
2023 Call for REI Projects Now Open
REI is "calling" for authors and experts to research and develop Co-Learning Plans on economic development tools, models, policies, programs and practices based on several areas of interest.
MSU Receives $3 Million in Grants to Support Mental Health Services
Michigan could soon be home to more mental health prepared health care providers in underrepresented areas, thanks to two large grants totaling almost $3 million.
Seven Students and One Alumnus Nominated for Multiple Scholarships
Michigan State University has nominated seven undergraduate students and one alumnus for nationally competitive graduate school scholarships: the Churchill, Marshall, Mitchell, and Rhodes scholarships.