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.
Each fall since 1984, AGC of Michigan, a chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America, hosts an event called Student Contractor Awareness Night (SCAN).
Each year, The Princeton Review’s Guide to Green Colleges recognizes a number of institutions of higher education that demonstrate a commitment to sustainability in their establishment.
Sarah Murray, MSU Urban & Regional Planning (URP) graduate student in the School of Planning, Design and Construction (SPDC) received a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship for this academic year.
Recent Michigan State University graduate, Larissa Fedoroff dedicated a great deal of time to her studies while she was here at MSU.
We hear terms like "the built environment" and "placemaking" when it comes to creating vibrant, sustainable communities. Just what do those terms mean, and why so much buzz surrounding them?
The Fire Historical and Cultural Arts Collaborative, across from Washington Square Library, inhabits the former Portage Street Fire Station, Engine No. 2, built in 1903.
Michigan State University is well-known for creating a variety of opportunities for its students, faculty, and citizens globally, and has once again provided another great chance for education.
Parklets, pedestrian thoroughfares, mixed-use building development, angled parking--the PlacePlan released in late November by the Michigan Municipal League for Baraga Avenue in Marquette is extensive and leaves no stone unturned.
The MSU School of Planning, Design and Construction (SPDC) held its third Industry Seminar Series on Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014, in East Lansing.
The relationship between the built environment and Michigan’s economy was the topic at the forefront of presentations at the 2014 Built Environment Showcase.
The fourth annual Tejano/Latino Music Festival took place the weekend of Sept. 12, drawing crowds from all over the Greater Lansing Area to recognize and celebrate Latino heritage and the strong Latino community in Lansing.
On Wednesday, Nov. 19, the MSU School of Planning, Design and Construction is hosting the third event in their Industry Seminar Series in Room 300 of the Human Ecology Building on the campus of MSU in East Lansing.
There is still time to reserve your space at the 2014 Built Environment Showcase, taking place from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., with a reception following, on Friday, Nov. 7, at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center in East Lansing!