Michigan State University statistician Frederi Viens is one of a select group of 23 scholars worldwide who have achieved what has been dubbed the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS) Annals quadfecta.
Michigan State University’s linguistics program is ranked among the top places in the field for study, research and employment by QS (Quacquarelli Symonds), a leading provider of services, analytics and insight to the global higher education sector.
This year, 11 faculty members have been awarded the title of University Distinguished Professor in recognition of their exceptional teaching abilities, prominent record of public service, and scholarly, creative and artistic achievements.
Michigan State University Foundation Professor Beronda Montgomery has been named a Fellow of the American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB).
Doug Gage, Vice President for Research and Innovation, is pleased to announce that John Hatfield has been appointed as the Executive Director of Michigan State University’s Axia Institute.
Doug Gage has been appointed as the vice president for Research and Innovation at MSU.
Jianguo "Jack" Liu is receiving the first major international prize for outstanding scientific work that promotes sustainable development globally.
A leading Michigan State University language and literacy scholar will extend her groundbreaking work in antiracist and anti-Blackness teacher education to pediatric medicine and public health with support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Felicia Wu has been named a member of a selective cohort of food safety and public health researchers.
The Challenge is an opportunity for innovators at Michigan’s public universities, non-profit research institutes and public hospital systems to identify AgBio applications for early-stage technologies under development in their laboratories or institutions.