Ming-Han Li was named director of the MSU School of Planning, Design and Construction.
A partnership between Michigan State University and the Borlaug Higher Education for Agricultural Research and Development (BHEARD) program is learning how pigeon pea could solve two major problems faced by smallholder farmers growing white yam in Ghana.
The Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) is the world's leading professional association for this field of study. This year has been particularly outstanding for AFRE with several AAEA recognitions of our faculty achievements.
The Great Lakes connect many blighted cities in a network that could supply recycled building materials.
Muskegon once was called the "Lumber Queen of the World." It has been called "the Port City" and the "Riviera of the Midwest." Now, city officials hope to add "Deconstruction Hub of the Great Lakes" to the city's titles.
You may recycle in your home, but did you know the building itself can be recycled?
Sometimes deconstruction can yield surprising finds-like human body parts. Workers with Reclaim Detroit, a nonprofit deconstruction organization, once saw a human arm among the other trash in the basement of a blighted house.
Constructing, remodeling and demolishing buildings have significant environmental impacts: natural resources are used to build them and large amounts of waste are sent to landfills when they come down.
The Michigan State Horticultural Society has donated $50,000 to the Martin (John) and Judith Bukovac Endowed Professorship in Tree Fruit Physiology in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at MSU.
American Ornithological Society and the Society of Canadian Ornithologists will host joint meeting for first time
Last month, the MSU Urban & Regional Planning Program received funding from the Michigan Department of Transportation's Office of Passenger Transportation to assess the condition of Michigan's transit system.
Strengthening Regional Agricultural Integration in West Africa: Key Findings & Policy Implications Edited by: John M. Staatz, Boubacar Diallo and Nathalie M. Me-Nsope
Recent MSU work shows China’s decades of defending panda turf have been good not just for the beloved bears, but also protects habitat for other valuable plants and animals, boosts biodiversity and fights climate change.
Recent MSU graduate Danielle Gerlach was presented with the Urban & Regional Planning Program's (URP) Outstanding Senior Award.
Last month, the MSU Construction Management Program was selected by the National Academy of Sciences Airport Cooperative Research Program to conduct research on "Integrating Collaborative Partnering into Traditional Airport Construction Projects."
On Sept. 19, 2016, interior design seniors were given details on a project to redesign a historic home on the campus of MSU.
"How MSU's Top Ranked School of Packaging is making life better and safer."
SPDC Environmental design grad student Hebatalla Nazmy has big plans after selection for ESPP's Summer Research Fellowship for Urban Environments. Her project is titled, "Residential Interior Design and its Reflection on Urban Environment."
In 2016, 32 students from the LA Program received awards from the Michigan chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (MI ASLA), and program endowments and scholarships.
MSU Professor Thomas Jayne was requested to testify before the House Committee on Agriculture on "The Next Farm Bill: The Future of International Food Aid and Agricultural Development," June 7.