The Year of Global Africa
Michigan State University celebrates a decades-long partnership
Reinvigorating MSU’s connection with Africa
Initiated by MSU International Studies and Programs, the Alliance for African Partnership aims to increase institutional capacity and turn research into impact by strengthening partnerships among African institutions.
Rebecca Grumet: A lifelong love for research & discovery
Rebecca Grumet, professor in the MSU Department of Horticulture, works in genetics, genomics and biotechnology involved with a group of food crops called cucurbits.
Our Table makes its community debut in Michigan
Food access was the topic of lively conversation as Michigan State University hosted its first “Our Table” event.
The Year of Global Africa: Building on a Legacy of Partnership
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.
A whole new world: Opening international markets through pest management research
An MSU research team is developing new techniques to eliminate the blueberry maggot, allowing Michigan growers to export their blueberries to new international markets.
The Michigan Tree Fruit Commission: Partnering with MSU to improve research, outreach
Tree fruit industries heavily rely on public and industry support, and banded together along with MSU to find a solution to keep the tree fruit industry competitive and sustainable.
Helping dairy cows transition & decreasing reliance on antibiotics
MSU researcher Lorraine Sordillo is tackling three dairy cow transition diseases: mastitis, laminitis and metritis.
Aquatic Invaders: Defending the Great Lakes from invasive species
To protect the Great Lakes, MSU scientists are learning more about invasive species and how to control their often-devastating impacts.
Growing food in the future
New MSU laboratory provides opportunity to explore vertical farming.
Seeking equity for dairy farmers in India was lifelong legacy
There are few, if any, Michigan State University alumni who have influenced more lives than Verghese Kurien, hailed as the 'Milkman of India."
Reducing water use in ornamental plant production earns top distinction
Professor of Horticulture Tom Fernandez leads a research team investigating water quality and water management issues.