Published on December 1, 2022
Scientists make a case that a guiding principle needs to make room for an alternative interpretation in the name of sustainability
Published on November 22, 2022
Michigan State University researchers will be supported by $1.3M in grant funding, part of larger $10M project.
Published on November 18, 2022
Scientists have found a new and better way using remote sensing to understand where coastal dead zones are and predict changes.
4-H alumna pursues Fisheries and Wildlife degree to combine passion for animals, conservation and the environment
Published on November 7, 2022
Lauren Emerick’s 4-H experience led her to pursue a degree combining her interest in animals and a desire to help tackle global environmental challenges.
Michigan State University and USGS team up in state-federal partnership for fishery and wildlife science
Published on November 3, 2022
Michigan to host the 42nd USGS Cooperative Research Unit
Published on October 24, 2022
State captains of charter boats recognize Bill Taylor for his "fishy" contributions.
Doctoral student evaluating long-term sustainability in fisheries using quantitative stock assessment models
Published on October 10, 2022
Fisheries and Wildlife Ph.D. student Emily Liljestrand combines a passion for mathematics and computer modeling with a love for marine biology to evaluate long-term sustainability in fisheries.
Published on September 30, 2022
Jianguo "Jack" Liu has been elected to the prestigious Royal Norwegian Society of Sciences and Letters,.
Published on September 28, 2022
Shawn Riley was in Stockholm to brief the U.S. Ambassador to Sweden on activities he’s been engaged in as a Senior Fulbright Specialist.
Published on September 26, 2022
FW PhD student Edith Gondwe receives the prestigious international fellowship from the American Association of University Women.
Published on September 21, 2022
Jianguo "Jack" Liu, Rachel Carson Chair in Sustainability, accepts his Gunnerus Sustainability Science Award with an address about pandas, people and hope for the future
MSU Fisheries and Wildlife student and archer is passionate about the stewardship of natural resources
Published on September 6, 2022
Fisheries and Wildlife senior and member of the MSU Archery Team Elizabeth Litwin dreams to work in the National Park System.
Published on August 29, 2022
If the global community doesn’t learn to spot and address the short- and long-term changes, both harm and opportunity can be unchecked. Metacoupling offers a sharper lens.
Published on August 25, 2022
A new paper in Ecology and Society shows how people's everyday lives can have significant global consequences when establishing policies to achieve sustainability.
Published on August 18, 2022
Five MSU researchers are part of the team that received a $1.2M grant from the Federal Aviation Administration and the Gerald R. Ford International Airport.