Ronald L. Hendrick will be recommended as dean of Michigan State University's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. If approved by the MSU Board of Trustees, Hendrick's appointment will be effective July 1, 2016.
George W. Smith, Michigan State University (MSU) AgBioResearch associate director, has been named interim associate dean for research in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR), effective Jan. 1.
One CANR staff employee received the 38th annual Jack Breslin Distinguished Staff Award and one CANR staff employee received the sixth annual Ruth Jameyson "Above and Beyond" Award June 1.
Two Michigan State University (MSU) food scientists have been awarded more than $1.1 million in grants for projects designed to ensure a safe and nutritious food supply while helping to maintain American agricultural competitiveness.
The Coalition for Sustainable Egg Supply (CSES) has publicly released the final results of its hen housing research, which evaluates three laying hen housing systems based on a variety of sustainability measures.
Michigan State University animal science senior Rachel Baumgardner will get a new perspective on the world when she travels from her rural Michigan hometown of fewer than 1,000 people to Hanoi, Vietnam, in March.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Spartan Stampede Rodeo has been chosen by the International Professional Rodeo Association as Indoor Rodeo of the Year.
Seventeen Michigan State University (MSU) researchers and Extension outreach and education specialists have received more than $600,000 in funding from the Michigan Alliance for Animal Agriculture (M-AAA).
Two Michigan State University (MSU) faculty members were recognized by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) during its annual meeting in November.
The Center for Global Connections is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the 2015 Global Academy for Engagement Fellowship Program.
MSU researchers contributed to a USDA report that provides uniform scientific methods for quantifying changes in greenhouse gas emissions and carbon storage from land management and conservation activities.
Dr. Elizabeth Karcher, academic specialist in the Department of Animal Sciences at Michigan State University (MSU), recently started her teaching career, but her outstanding efforts are already being recognized by professionals across the nation.