For researchers who need assistance engaging with the community, there are many groups across campus that can help. They have the experience, partnerships and infrastructure to help translate, educate, and communicate your research to the public.
Public portal to publications of MSU researchers from Elsevier's Scopus database, which can be used to search for faculty expertise, identify research funding opportunities, and facilitate collaborations.
There are a number of resources available to assist researchers with development of broader impact strategies and statements, and many organizations across campus to partner with for engagement and dissemination.
University Outreach and Engagement connects knowledge with society and can assist you in finding community partners for research projects. There are a number of additional resources available for engaging the community and developing broader impact strategies. These groups have the experience, partnerships and infrastructure to help translate, educate, and communicate your research to the public
The Office of International Research Collaboration (OIRC) works collaboratively with Michigan State University's world area studies centers to assist faculty in developing transdisciplinary research proposals for external funding that focus on college and university international/global research priorities.
MSU Technologies (MSUT), MSU’s technology transfer office, works with faculty members and researchers on the licensing and commercialization of inventions and copyrightable materials developed at the University.