MSU’s Human research Protection Program (HRPP) has been accredited by the Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs, Inc.(R) or AAHRPP.
The Office of Research and Innovation is pleased announce funding awards from the MSU Climate Change Research Support Program for 12 interdisciplinary research projects totaling more than $750,000.
The College of Arts and Letters, the College of Social Science, and the Office of Research and Innovation at Michigan State University invite applications with expectations to award up to 15 teams $3000 each ($45,000 total) in small seed grants to cover costs for MSU-led interdisciplinary teams to meet and prepare collaborative project proposals in the area of climate justice and environmental ethics.
Kristin Mahoney, Associate Professor in the Department of English at Michigan State University, has helped create a new journal that focuses on field-defining scholarship on the works, authors, artists, problems, and phenomena that defined the dynamic period from the late 19th century to the early 20th century.
Carolina de Aguiar Ferreira, a member of MSU's Global Impact Initiative faculty, is opening her own lab to study promising new therapies that hunt down cancer cells and kill them with radioactive isotopes.
MSU Research Foundation Awards $5M Grant to Fund Infrastructure, Research Focused on Plant Science, Global Sustainability
Michigan State University recently announced it will receive a $5 million grant from the MSU Research Foundation to advance its world-class program in the plant sciences and critical research in the mitigation of and adaptation to global climate change.
As a member of the Boyer 2030 Commission, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Director of Digital Humanities and Professor of English at Michigan State University, participated in the development of a national blueprint for undergraduate education at U.S. research universities.
Professors Edward Murphy and David Wheat have each received grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities to support their ongoing research in Latin American history.
The W.K. Kellogg Biological Station (KBS) Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) program at Michigan State University recently received a renewal of its foundational grant from the National Science Foundation, reaffirming its future and status as one of the country’s premier research sites.
Felicia Wu, a John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor and an international expert on food safety at Michigan State University has been appointed president-elect of the Society for Risk Analysis.