Items Tagged with 'MSU'

ARTICLES

MSU College of Human Medicine dean named CEO of health system

June 17, 2015
After roughly nine years serving as dean of MSU’s College of Human Medicine, Dr. Marsha Rappley will leave behind a firm foundation as she takes on a new opportunity at a Virginia-based university and health system this fall. Read More

Grand Rapids receives $1M for biomedical research center

March 30, 2015
| By AP
The state said that Grand Rapids is getting $1 million to help clean up the site of Michigan State University's planned $85.1-million biomedical research center downtown. Read More

MSU Black Alumni Association launches Grand Rapids chapter

February 16, 2015
The greater Grand Rapids chapter of the Michigan State University Black Alumni Association will officially launch with a party this week. Read More

MSU approves $85M biomedical research center downtown

February 6, 2015
The Michigan State University Board of Trustees has authorized the school's plans to construct a biomedical research center downtown on the site of the former Grand Rapids Press building. Read More

MSU approves $3M demolition of ex-Press building

December 12, 2014
The former Grand Rapids Press building downtown is exiting stage left to set the scene for the future Grand Rapids Biomedical Research Center. Read More

University research attracts conference on reproduction

July 18, 2014
Groundbreaking reproductive research being done at Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine has helped draw the largest international conference on reproductive research to Grand Rapids. Read More

MSU issues RFP for downtown research center

June 24, 2014
Michigan State University issued a request for proposals on Tuesday to developers interested in a public-private partnership on a research center planned for downtown Grand Rapids. Read More

MSU Gran Fondo rides into downtown

June 13, 2014
A cycling event is bringing a festive spirit to downtown later this month. Read More

Video: MSU professor's classes 're-assigned' after anti-Republican tirade

September 6, 2013
EAST LANSING — An award-winning novelist who told students that Republicans have "raped this country" lost his fall teaching assignments at Michigan State University after acknowledging the remarks were offensive, the school said Thursday. Read More

MSU plans 'model biosciences corridor' in Grand Rapids

September 5, 2013
More than 30 faculty and students from Michigan State University were in Grand Rapids on Thursday as part of the first phase in planning a new biomedical research facility downtown. Read More