As MSU researchers, investigators, advocates, teachers, mentors, scientists and engineers, they battle illegal animal trade, work to prevent sexual assault in communities across the United States, analyze crime scenes and curb urban youth violence.
Michigan State University (MSU) research associate Nina Lany was named a 2015 Arnold O. Beckman postdoctoral fellow by the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation.
Michigan State University graduate student Arthur Muneza, studying wildlife ecology in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, is one of two recipients of the American Society of Mammalogists (ASM) African Graduate Student Research Fund.
Michigan State University (MSU) professor Patricia Soranno was named founding editor-in-chief of the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography's (ASLO) new journal, Limnology and Oceanography Letters.
When Alex Killion and Tracy Swem submitted their idea for a Michigan State University College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) Study Abroad program in Fiji, they knew it would be popular.
Sustainability scholar and University Distinguished Professor Jianguo Liu has become the first from Michigan State University to be elected to the American Philosophical Society.
Students from various majors and departments were honored in March during the Michigan State University (MSU) College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) Annual Honors Banquet.
In the wild, most adult giraffes are capable of fending off lions. Evidence from Ruaha National Park, however, suggests that's changing.
The Michigan State University College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) has supported two exciting programs that college officials say are critical to the undergraduate experience.
In a city where residents have felt under siege for years - from crime, bad press and an emergency manager some feel forced upon them - the newest threat pours from kitchen spigots and showerheads.
Michigan State University is partnering with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome Jan. 26-28 to bring 212 people from 45 countries to discuss ways to make fish a competitive part of global development.
From April until July, Michigan State University (MSU) AgBioResearch evolutionary ecologist Kim Scribner is more likely to be found wading with students in the evergreen-lined Black River of northern Michigan than in his campus office.
Boasting more than 18 million forest acres, 49,000 miles of rivers, some 35,000 inland lakes, countless wetlands, marshes and swamps, Michigan has an impressive list of natural resources.