MSU's Student Affairs and Services is welcoming all students to a dinner on Thanksgiving, for the 15th consecutive year on Nov. 23.
MSU Assistant Director of Executive Development Programs in the Eli Broad College of Business Kristin St. Marie said even though there are more women getting advanced degrees and attending institutions of higher education, they aren’t getting the opportunities to fill leadership roles.
Michigan healthcare professionals took a step towards increasing reporting and minimizing trafficking in April by creating a training that teaches about human trafficking, and requiring professionals to take that training to get or renew a new license or registration.
Recent research found that working while learning can result in better education and a likelihood of a stronger career in the future, especially when the early work is related to their field of study. But do students feel the same?
EPIC is a collaboration between researchers across the state which focuses on schools in Michigan that need help to produce more successful students.