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Professor Receives 2018 English Journal Edwin M. Hopkins Award

Friday, November 16, 2018
Linton Hall

MSU English Professor Lamar Johnson chosen to receive the 2018 English Journal Edwin M. Hopkins Award for “Loving Blackness to Death”: (Re)Imagining ELA Classrooms in a Time of…

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MSU Shares in $10 Million Project to Diversify STEM Faculty Nationwide

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Colleges and universities across the nation are striving to attract more diverse and inclusive faculty, especially in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields. Michigan State University researcher Leslie…

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High Speed Internet could be Key for Medically Underserved Areas

Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Ethernet Cable

Michigan State University researchers suggest improved broadband high-speed internet access in rural areas could support better care for patients in medically underserved areas. In a recent position statement…

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MSU Pioneers New Course: Digital Introduction to Biology, Evolution

Friday, October 19, 2018

Michigan State University researchers have improved an introductory biology class to make it more accessible for students not majoring in life sciences. The new course, “Integrative Biology: From…

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Less Than a Quarter of Detroit Students Attend Schools Near Home

Thursday, October 11, 2018
Joshua Cowen

Research led by Michigan State University helps reveal why getting to school can be particularly difficult for students in Detroit. As one of the nation’s largest markets for…

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Connected Math: Solving Problems for Over 30 Years

Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Connected Math Books

In the early 1980s, MSU mathematics researchers Glenda Lappan and Elizabeth (Betty) Phillips were working with middle school students, seeking a new way to help students grasp math concepts at…

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Researchers Receive National Award for Exploring Walking and Social Exclusion

Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Students Walking Fall

A Michigan State University study conducted last year has won two kinesiology researchers and an alumnus a national award for their work exploring how walking might reduce the…

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Strunk Gives Insights on Teacher Shortage in California

Tuesday, September 18, 2018
katharine strunk

Michigan State University researcher Katharine Strunk helps answer that question as part of a sweeping report on public education in the state of California. Getting Down to Facts II, released…

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History Book Asks High Schoolers: Right or Wrong?

Wednesday, August 29, 2018
Anne Lise Halvorsen

What if history lessons didn’t stop with facts? What if students were asked to judge whether the decisions of others at momentous times in the past were right…

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Ryu Honored for Online Database

Thursday, August 16, 2018
Catherine Ryu

Catherine Ryu, MSU associate professor of Japanese literature, received the prestigious 2018 Esperanto “Access to Language Education” Award, presented by CALICO, or Computer Assisted Language Consortium, the Esperantic Studies Foundation, and Lernu.net for…

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