• A Fragile Fiji Study Abroad to explore climate change

    Published on May 7, 2015

    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.

  • US Capitol Dec. 9, 2015. Photo by: Architect of the Capitol

    2015 Demmer Scholars announced

    Published on April 15, 2015

    When 20 Michigan State University (MSU) students go to Washington, D.C., this summer, it won't just be for vacation.

  • Who wants to drink Flint's water?

    Published on January 30, 2015

    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.

  • Kim Scribner, MSU evolutionary scientist

    The Big Catch: Quantitative center is making every fish count

    Published on December 29, 2014

    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.

  • Scientists Have a Sharing Problem

    Published on December 17, 2014

    When it comes to sharing information, there seems to be quite a difference of opinion across areas both trivial and serious.

  • Students tell their stories through research

    Published on December 17, 2014

    The Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference offers numerous opportunities for students to expand their knowledge and to network with professionals from across the world.

  • Conservation targeting tigers pushes leopards to change

    Published on December 17, 2014

    A leopard may not be able to change its spots, but new research from a World Heritage site in Nepal indicates that leopards do change their activity patterns in response to tigers and humans but in different ways.

Science communicator honored by AAAS

November 29, 2018

Sue Nichols becomes first Michigan science communicator to be elected a AAAS Fellow.

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