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While Michigan State executives are taking a pay reduction, including President Samuel L. Stanley Jr., the university is seeking deeper cuts given a projected 11% drop in revenue. The latest update includes a proposal to cut retirement plan contributions and discussion of scaled back campus-wide salary reductions.
University Physician Dr. David Weismantel, assisted by Assistant Research Scientist at the University of Michigan Dr. Elizabeth Koschmann, Ph.D. and her program "TRAILS to Wellness", sent out a campus-wide email May 8 that provided a list of mental health resources for the Spartan community to use during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Michigan State's Board of Trustees will be holding a virtual public meeting at 8 a.m. May 15, which will include approval of a tuition and fee rate freeze, the selection of Teresa Woodruff as provost and amendments to conflict of interest codes.
Michigan State University Honors College Dean Cynthia Jackson-Elmoore is leaving her post after 13 years in the position.
The Michigan State Black Faculty, Staff and Administrators Association, or BFSAA, wrote a letter in response to the selection of Teresa Woodruff as Michigan State University's next provost opposing her appointment by President Samuel L. Stanley Jr.
Vice President and Associate Provost Denise Maybank sent an email to students on behalf of Student Affairs and Services to communicate financial resources available due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. has established a COVID-19 Reopening Campus Task Force to develop and review multiple plans for deciding when and how to resume various campus activities.
After one Title IX lawsuit was dismissed against Michigan State in December, university lawyers seek to dismiss an additional federal Title IX lawsuit on similar grounds, according to a motion filed April 17.
Michigan State President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. selected Teresa Woodruff to fill the role of provost and executive vice president of academic affairs. If confirmed by the Board of Trustees, she would begin August 1, according to a university press release.
After the closing of testing sites due to COVID-19, graduate admission exams scheduled for the spring and early summer were either moved to an online format or canceled altogether.
Another school year has ended for The Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, and this one has been nothing short of interesting. Here is a look back on the 2019-20 school year from the lens of MSU’s undergraduate student government.
Michigan State University was recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Better Buildings Challenge for reducing its energy use by 21%, surpassing its original goal of 20% two years ahead of schedule.
After the university transitioned to online learning and encouraged students to return to their permanent residences, concerns about layoffs and furloughed payments began growing among faculty and staff.
The Great Depression. The Great Recession. And now, the Great Lockdown.
Some Michigan State students filed a lawsuit against the university demanding reimbursement for tuition, room, board and fees be equally distributed among the student body.
Cooking, budgeting, learning the difference between credit and debit and informed renting are all possible skills students can learn through MSU Extension's free "Adulting 101" classes, through a set of weekly seminars via Zoom next month.
Michigan State is preparing for an increase in enrolled students for the fall 2020 semester, despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Prior to the nine-hour Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, presidential election, members of the general assembly were aware this election was going to be a battle between outsiders and insiders.
After 18 total hours of elections over the course of two days, the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, have elected their Office of the President for the 57th General Assembly Session.
It's been a little more than a month since Michigan State's campus was operational, and students have been passing the time at home in all sorts of different ways. I don't think I'm alone in saying that I feel like I've been living the same day over and over again. I wake up around noon, grab something to eat, then I blink and all of a sudden it's 8 p.m.