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New MSU Agreement will Exchange Graduate Students and Research in Seoul

Wednesday, June 19, 2019
New MSU agreement will exchange graduate students and research in Seoul

There was “exciting science” between Michigan State University and Chung-Ang University at the 20th anniversary of the Korea Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine Conference in Seoul, Korea, in…

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How MSU is Increasing the Number of STEM Graduates

Wednesday, June 5, 2019
MSU Increasing Number of STEM graduates

As a first-year student, Jessica Kwalli didn’t score well on her math placement exam, which meant she had to take the lowest level math course. This was a…

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Are There Connections Between No-excuses Charter Practices and Teacher Turnover?

Tuesday, June 4, 2019
Are there connections between no-excuses charter practices & teacher turnover?

At first, Chris Torres was excited to teach in an urban charter school in New York. In contrast with his previous school, there was evidence of academic rigor,…

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How Collaboration Can Improve Mental Health Treatment Outcomes

Saturday, June 1, 2019
How collaboration can improve mental health treatment outcomes

There needs to be a greater emphasis on collaboration across home, school and physician offices when administering medications to treat mental health problems in school-aged populations, says a…

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Recreational Sports Improve Students’ Grades, Retention

Friday, May 10, 2019
Students Play Soccer, Academics

A new Michigan State University study adds to growing evidence that participating in recreational sports not only can help improve grades while attending college, but it also can…

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Krajcik Elected to National Academy of Education

Thursday, May 9, 2019
Professor Joe Krajcik standing in a science lab

Michigan State University Professor Joseph Krajcik has been elected to the National Academy of Education, an honor reserved for the nation’s most outstanding scholars in education. Krajcik, Lappan-Phillips…

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CMSE’s Lin Releases Quantum Physics Phone Game

Monday, May 6, 2019

CMSE faculty Huey-Wen Lin recently released a National Science Foundation (NSF)-sponsored Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) outreach phone game named “Quantum 3”. It is designed for K-12 students, but is open to all…

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Battling Combat Veterans’ True Enemy: the Specter of Suicide

Friday, April 26, 2019
Battling combat veterans’ true enemy: the specter of suicide

It’s a startling statistic: At least 20 veterans take their own lives every day. There’s a suicide epidemic among veterans, and mental health professionals aren’t equipped to handle…

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Chudgar Earns Nearly $1 Million in Funding for International Research

Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Chudgar Earns Nearly $1 million in Funding for International Research, Marginalized Youth experiences globally

Amita Chudgar is exploring marginalized youth’s experiences in secondary education around the globe through a nearly $1 million grant as a recipient of the 2018 Lyle Spencer Research…

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Anastasiya Lavell Wins BMB Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award

Monday, April 22, 2019
Anastasiya Lavell Wins BMB Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award

Anastasiya Lavell, a graduate student in the Benning lab, has won the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BMB) Outstanding Graduate Student Teaching Award. Anastasiya was among the…

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