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Inside Track: ‘Leading with compassion’

Dean of MSU College of Human Medicine preaches treating everybody, especially his patients, with respect.

November 25, 2016
As a child, Norman J. Beauchamp Jr. always came to the dinner table prepared to answer three questions posed by his mother: How was your day? What was your highlight? And did you achieve your goals? Read More

MSU’s research center to create rain garden for city corner

Landscaping design will address the ‘urban heat island.’

September 2, 2016
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Once the Michigan State University Grand Rapids Research Center is complete, the corner of Michigan Street and Monroe Avenue should be much cooler — according to a thermometer. Read More

Survey reveals optimism

Confidence rates vary by gender, political affiliation and race among state residents.

July 1, 2016
Many Michigan residents feel pretty good about the economy these days. Read More

City, state eye Medical Mile ramp work

December 23, 2015
The gateway to downtown from I-196 is in line for some major improvements. Read More

Pothole prevention: smart roads signal repair needs

MSU is working on technology that places sensors in the concrete or asphalt mix.

September 25, 2015
LANSING — If Michigan ever gets around to fixing its crumbling roads, engineers might be well-served to consider a new ingredient in the road-making mix. Read More

Campus food banks expand to feed hungry students

Most rely on donations from students, alumni and the surrounding community.

September 25, 2015
LANSING — Food banks are a growing sight on Michigan campuses as many students struggle with higher tuition, costly rent — and sometimes, hunger. Read More

MSU research project to save bees is underway

Bee-killing pesticides are seen as a significant threat to crops.

August 14, 2015
LANSING— Bees are declining in the northeastern United States and southern Canada, according to a recent study by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Read More

Story development differentiates Mitten State

T-shirt maker scours old college yearbooks to come up with unique designs.

July 31, 2015
The owners at The Mitten State are excited for football season to begin. Read More

Street Talk: A little bit of research

Web surfing.

July 17, 2015
Everybody is pretty excited about the end product, but the beginning has some pretty good numbers, too. Read More

Research center seen as catalyst

Economic impact will create ripple effect lasting for years.

June 26, 2015
As the second research center in the downtown Grand Rapids area, the impact of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine’s new facility could create a ripple effect of economic activity. Read More