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Over the weekend, former dean of The Graduate School at Northwestern University Teresa Woodruff formally began her new role as Michigan State University's provost and executive vice president of academic affairs. She is succeeding interim provosts Teresa Sullivan and Thomas Jeitschko, following the resignation of June Youatt last September.
MSU students could attend class at the Wharton Center or Breslin Center this fall, according to Michigan State Deputy Spokesperson Dan Olsen.
Michigan State students returning to East Lansing this month will be held to a recently published Community Compact that outlines protocols that hope to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
The Michigan State University College of Law will now be fully integrated into MSU, according to an email from Acting Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Thomas D. Jeitschko. The integration is expected to be completed by Aug. 17.
The Global Ranking of Academic Subjects — a widely used first world university ranking scale — included three MSU academic programs in the top ten and a total of six programs ranking in the top 25.
Residents of Holmes Hall have recently tested positive for COVID-19, according to an email from Sara Bartles, community director for Residence Education and Housing Services, or REHS, sent to summer Holmes residents Monday.
Loss comes in a multitude of different shapes and sizes.
Practically overnight, professors at Michigan State and across the country had to shift their classes entirely online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the fall 2020 semester approaches, MSU will continue some online instruction, but this time professors have had more time to prepare.
Content warning: This article deals with sensitive subjects surrounding sexual assault
First-year international students will likely be unable to study in the United States, according to an update by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to the Student and Exchange Visitor’s Program (SEVP) guidance Friday.
Michigan State University's Academic Calendar Task Force has created a survey to gain community input regarding the calendar for the spring 2021 semester. Take the survey here until July 26.
Michigan State President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. has announced the university's search for the next MSU Police Department chief. The current chief went on medical leave Tuesday.
Michigan State University will use Akers Hall as isolation housing for the upcoming fall 2020 semester, per a decision from Residential and Hospitality Services, or RHS.
The Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, passed four new bills last week in a special summer meeting held Thursday via Zoom.
Over 1,100 people have signed a petition asking for the Michigan State University Board of Trustees to lower tuition rates for the 2020-2021 academic year due to COVID-19.
Michigan State Track athlete and Saginaw High School stand-out long jumper Tony Martin died early Sunday morning in a gas station shooting in Saginaw. Martin was 19 years old.
After having to leave Shanghai, China due to COVID-19 concerns, Michigan State alumnus Nick Moritz, alongside fellow alumnus and co-founder Clif Wells, invented the Toad Opener, a new product that eliminates dangerous and unnecessary touchpoints on doors.
Michigan State University Associate Provost for Teaching, Learning and Technology Jeff Grabill and Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education and Dean of Undergraduate Studies Mark Largent sat down with members of the MSU community to answer questions from students on the fall semester in three Spartan Fireside webinars held this week.
Michigan State University President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. addressed questions from International students including safety and tuition concerns in a webinar Wednesday.
An Immigration and Customs Enforcement policy that would prohibit international students with all-online classes from studying in the U.S. has been rescinded, a federal judge hearing the case announced on Tuesday, according to the Boston Herald.