Each year, Michigan State University honors 10 faculty members for their outstanding contributions to education and research with William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Awards.
David Mota-Sanchez’s team has secured $600,000 to work with beginning Latino farmers and encourage children to consider a future in farming.
New research led by Michigan State University scientists has found that species hailing from the tropics are less variable than those farther from the equator, which may affect their ability to survive environmental changes.
Wayne Jiang is part of IR-4’s efforts to build global science-based standards for pesticide regulations.
To protect the Great Lakes, MSU scientists are learning more about invasive species and how to control their often-devastating impacts.
Professor of Horticulture Tom Fernandez leads a research team investigating water quality and water management issues.
Michigan State University's work in Africa extends back to the 1960s, formalized when then-MSU president John Hannah made it a priority to expand the university's global reach. This year, MSU celebrates the evolution of this storied partnership.