The Department of English at Michigan State University is home to a myriad of talented faculty members actively engaged in research and creative activity with several of these scholars and artists recently earning awards and professional recognition for the books they have written.
Ten faculty have been selected for this year's 2023 HARP Development awards.
The 2023 application window for Association for Women in Science (AWIS) scholarships is now open with submissions due by February 28, 2023.
Michigan State University will have two sustainability scholars on a prestigious National Academies committee tasked with identifying the best ways to understand the biological world – integrating both the studies of the very small and specific to sweeping exploration at a continental scale.
MSU Business-CONNECT welcomes Nick Miller to the role of Executive Director. Miller brings almost 15 years of corporate relations experience to the Business-CONNECT team.
In the wake of recent events, an update has been provided regarding how several sponsoring agencies have procedures for consideration of late proposals and reporting.
The Michigan Translational Research and Commercialization (MTRAC) AgBio Innovation Hub announces the opening of its Spring 2023 MTRAC AgBio Starter Grant request for proposals.
Michigan State University has again been named a top producer of Fulbright U.S. Scholars — establishing MSU as the only research institution in the nation to achieve this status in the last nine consecutive years.
Henry Ford + MSU Health Sciences Detroit Research Building Approved for Planning by Board of Trustees
Planning for the new, state-of-the-art research facility in downtown Detroit, part of the Henry Ford Health + Michigan State University Health Sciences’ 30-year partnership, was authorized today by the MSU Board of Trustees.
The Society of Antiquaries elected Dr. Ethan Watrall, associate professor in the Michigan State University Department of Anthropology, as a fellow. The Society of Antiquaries was founded in 1707, and represents the oldest learned and prominent scholarly society focusing on heritage and archaeology.