Blazing the Trail in Multimessenger Astrophysics
Michigan State University is one of the primary universities involved in the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, an international collaboration of more than 300 scientists in 12 countries.Read More
Welcome to the Office of the Senior Vice President for Research and Innovation
The Office of the Senior Vice President for Research and Innovation supports MSU’s research and creative activity by administering research funding, ensuring research integrity for both faculty and students, providing grants support services, fostering collaboration, licensing university inventions, and overseeing regulatory compliance. Visitors can experience a sampling of outstanding faculty research by viewing lectures on YouTube, reading Research@MSU news, or by following research blogs on Spartan Ideas.
To support growth and accelerate the pace of discovery, Michigan State launched the Global Impact Initiative (GI2) in 2014 with the goal of recruiting 100 new faculty in some of the most exciting areas of research.
Join us for an upcoming forum to meet fellow researchers and form new collaborations to further research at MSU.
Scholarship and creative activity are encouraged at every level of learning at MSU. Students have numerous opportunities to participate in projects, connect with faculty mentors or conduct their own research activities.
Featured:First Glimpse of the High Energy Universe with IceCube
Tyce DeYoung, Department of Physics and Astronomy, discusses high-energy astrophysics and exploring the universe with the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole.