U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, D-Detroit, who has served as a legislator for more than 30 years, will visit MSU’s campus Friday to give a speech for ethics in the law profession. The Frank J. Kelley Institute of Ethics and the Legal Profession, in the MSU College of Law, holds a yearly lecture series — Levin’s will be this year’s centerpiece.
College of Veterinary Medicine Dean Christopher Brown recently announced he will resign in September 2014, sending the university on the hunt for his replacement. Brown’s resignation makes for the fourth college dean position currently unfulfilled at the university.
A new department could be on the horizon for the MSU College of Engineering, and would be a home for faculty and students with biomedical engineering interests. The proposed Department of Biomedical Engineering would help the university recruit exceptional students and faculty in the field and give a more relevant home for those who are already doing research in the area, said Acting Dean of Engineering Leo Kempel.
Early testing showed that MSU’s Spartans Will campaign to change the university’s image is working, but the early success hasn’t deterred those in charge from pushing new projects full speed ahead.
The new vice president of Strategic Infrastructure Planning and Facilities, who recently was recommended by MSU President Lou Anna K.
- Recent report shows veterans with support services have better outcomes
- Google Books ruled as fair use
- Article shows many universities notice pay gap between males, females
- Schools already experiencing hurdles due to government shutdown
- MSU doesn't follow norm of ignoring global rankings
- Student newspapers in Virginia can now sell alcohol ads
- Penn video handled wrong, college Democrats say
- MSU ranks top 100 again
- Vice President for Strategic Infrastructure Planning and Facilities retiring after more than 50 years at MSU
- Class changes are being made across multiple departments