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Through the CANR, some of the best minds on the planet tackle real world problems, crafting sensible solutions that have impact in the neighborhoods and around the world. Strategic initiatives focus on compelling issues such as food safety and security, water quality, biofuels and improved health and nutrition – finding ways to use the world’s resources to the best and most sustainable benefit of the Earth and its people.
And just like the pioneers whose discoveries are so woven into our lives that we take them for granted, we know that discoveries made by our students and faculty members will affect your life – and your neighbor’s life.
Meeting these challenges head on it hard work. It requires dedication and perseverance.
It also requires your help.
Private gifts play a vital role in our ability to maintain and enhance the quality of our programs, to attract top-notch faculty and to continue to remain on the cutting edge of research.
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Posted on December 6, 2013 9:46am
Construction is nearing completion for the new Morrill Plaza, located on the campus of Michigan State University (MSU) at the site of old Morrill Hall in East Lansing, recently demolished between May and September 2013. Students from the MSU School of Planning, Design and Construction’s (SPDC) Landscape Architecture (LA) Program are witnessing a vision they helped create here, becoming reality.
Posted on November 19, 2013 11:40am
The state [New York] has a new top buyer, that is a new chief procurement officer for the Office of General Services. Sergio Paneque comes to OGS by way of New York City, where he was credited with finding savings through consolidations and leveraging the city’s buying power. Before that, Paneque, who will earn $150,000, held a similar job in Michigan. Mr. Paneque has a Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School and both a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and a Bachelor of Science in Building Construction Management from Michigan State University.
Posted on November 11, 2013 2:03pm
In 1993, the Partnership for Ecosystem Research and Management (PERM) program between Michigan State University and the Fisheries and Wildlife divisions of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) was formed.
Twenty years later, it’s clear that PERM has done exactly what it was meant to do.
Posted on November 11, 2013 1:55pm
A local program capitalizes on the locavore movement to inform Michigan citizens about the benefits and value of hunting and fishing activities, as well as the nutritional and culinary benefits associated with the consumption of wild fish and game.
Posted on November 11, 2013 12:19pm
A college campus during the fall is one of the most exciting places to be: the cooling air, changing trees, students back to work, faculty and staff members greeting them with smiles, and, of course, the football team. Michigan State University is one of the best places to be in the autumn, and that’s definitely the sentiment from those of you who joined us for this year’s AutumnFest.