The day Rob King arrived at the MSU, few would have predicted that he would become president and fellow of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) and chairperson of a leading department of applied economics.
Thomas Jayne has been awarded the title of MSU Foundation Professor, in recognition of his exceptional contributions to research and instruction, prominence in his field and significant international impact.
Michigan State University (MSU) environmental economics and policy junior Elizabeth Brajevich, a self-described science fair geek never figured she would one day be in Glamour magazine.
We are always pleased when one of our own is recognized. In this case, President Lou Anna Simon recognized Scott Swinton with the William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Award at her State of the University address Feb. 10.
AFRE's Brent Ross, assistant professor of food industry management, believes now is the perfect time to study how rising public interest in food can create opportunities for entrepreneurs.
Dr. Dave Weatherspoon, professor in AFRE, was recognized at the 15th Minority Access National Role Models Conference in Washington, D.C., in October 2014.
Ten Michigan State University faculty members will be honored for their outstanding contributions to education and research with William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Awards at the annual MSU Awards Convocation Feb. 10.
Michigan State University (MSU) professor Scott Swinton was among more than a dozen researchers from around the country issuing a report that can aid policymakers and others who make decisions about the nation's food system.
That fuzzy fungus creeping onto the forgotten food buried in your crisper is hiding something. Mold is more than a nuisance that spoils dated produce, it also indicates the presence of toxins.
Ten early-to-mid career tenure track faculty have been selected to develop and enhance their international research portfolios.
Dave Weatherspoon, professor in the Department of Agricultural, Food and Resources Economics (AFRE) at Michigan State University, (MSU) was nationally recognized as a faculty mentor role model in Washington, D.C. this month.
Aniseh Bro, doctoral student in the Department of Community Sustainability, is a recipient of a Graduate Research Grant through the U.S. Borlaug Fellows in Global Food Security