The offices of Sponsored Programs Administration (SPA), Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP), and Contract and Grant Administration (CGA) have announced this year's winners of the Research Administrator (RA) Spotlight Award.
For his contributions and leadership in the fields of statistical genetics and genomics, Michigan State University’s Yuehua Cui has been selected as a fellow of the American Statistical Association.
Cox joins the Office of Research and Innovation after nine years at MSU where he has served as chair and professor in the Department of Physiology.
Eight faculty have received Discretionary Funding Initiative (DFI) awards for research conducted in various scientific fields.
Michigan State University microbial ecologist Sarah Evans is one of 22 leading sustainability scientists named to the 2022 North American cohort of the Earth Leadership Program (ELP).
John Verboncoeur of Michigan State University will receive the 2022 Charles K. Birdsall Award from the Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.
Michigan State University economist and professor Lisa D. Cook today was confirmed by the Senate Banking Committee to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. Cook is the first Black woman to serve on the board in its 108-year history.
Five Michigan State University College of Natural Science (NatSci) faculty members are among nine MSU scientists receiving 2022 awards from the American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB), two of whom are being named ASPB Fellows.
The HPCC will be unavailable on May 11th while we upgrade the firewall and conduct our regular updates to improve the performance and reliability of the HPCC.
The MTRAC AgBio Innovation Challenge is a new technology concept competition designed to match the fitness of university-developed emerging technologies to validated, near-term market applications in agriculture, biomaterials, and industrial and environmental (i.e., non-medical) biotechnology markets. This scope of opportunities is referred to herein as “AgBio”. The purpose of the Challenge is to help the MTRAC program assess technology-market risks and opportunities.