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  Hear the Conversation 12:25 – 7.1 mb mp3 The MSU College of Engineering recently announced a $5 million commitment for endowed scholarships from an anonymous donor. “This donor received scholarship help when he was a student and wants to pay that spirit forward by making it possible for many more students to get that […]

  Hear the Conversation 15:48 – 9 mb mp3 “I’m so honored, and I think it represents a platform to start addressing water quality and health at the global level,” MSU Professor Joan Rose tells Kirk Heinze on Greening of the Great Lakes. “I’m part of a global community that is so passionate about people’s […]

MSU Today on News/Talk 760 WJR

January 7th, 2016

Hear the Show 52:54 min – 30.3 mb mp3 On this edition of MSU Today on News/Talk 760 WJR, Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Russ White talk with MSU’s Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer Joanna Young. And they talk with College of Engineering Dean Leo Kempel. Young […]

Hear the Conversation 24:04 – 13.7 mb mp3 “We’ve had significant growth over the last four or five years,” MSU College of Engineering Dean Leo Kempel tells Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Russ White on MSU Today. “We’re roughly 50 percent larger than we were in 2008. “We also have a […]

Hear the Conversation 11:02 – 6.3 mb mp3 “We work with new and existing entrepreneurs, as well as existing businesses, that want to take a new product or service to market that has something to do with food, agriculture or bio-products,” Chris Peterson tells Kirk Heinze on Greening of the Great Lakes. The Michigan State […]

From MSU Today on Impact Radio: Jeff Mason is Executive Director of Michigan’s University Research Corridor. “The URC is a collaboration between Michigan State University, the University of Michigan and Wayne State University to really try to leverage the strengths of the three institutions to grow and diversify Michigan’s economy,” Mason says. Mason discusses a […]

From MSU Today on Impact Radio: Bruce Dale is associate director of MSU’s Office of Biobased Technologies and a professor of chemical engineering and materials science at MSU. Dale talks about what the bioeconomy is and describes the role of OBT at MSU. And he tells us what he means by “grassoline.” Dale gives his […]

From MSU Today on Impact Radio: U.S. Sen. Carl Levin and MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon have joined with business, labor and economic development leaders to announce a united Michigan campaign to help MSU win a national competition for the $550 million Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB), funded by the U.S. Department of […]

From MSU Today on Impact Radio: Steve Pueppke leads MSU’s Office of Biobased Technologies. “The bioeconomy means unhooking the oil input into our economy and replacing it with stuff we can grow biologically,” says Peuppke. “That’s everything from wastes to switchgrass to forest resources.” Pueppke provides an update on the bioeconomy movement at MSU and […]

From MSU Today on Impact Radio: Garth Motschenbacher is director of employer relations at MSU’s College of Engineering, and he leads the college’s Center for Spartan Engineering. The center is a resource that connects engineering students to individualized learning opportunities. The goal of the center is to offer experiences that lead to the development of […]

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