MSU Today

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MSU Today is a lively look at MSU-related people, places, events and attitudes put into focus by MSU President Lou Anna Simon, Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis, and Russ White.  Kirk Heinze shares his sustainability-focused Greening of the Great Lakes conversations, too.

MSU Today 12/12/14

Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis and Russ White talk about integrating student-athletes into the mainstream student body better and helping all students to excel.  They do so with MSU vice president for student affairs and services Denise Maybank and Spartan Athletics’ director of student-athlete support services Jim Pignataro.  Russ also reports on Advanced Lighting 101 as LED’s revolutionize the lighting industry.  And Russ talks sustainability and communication skills with Greening of the Great Lakes host Kirk HeinzeScott Westerman shares his Career Quick Reference. Read More…

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MSU Today 12/5/14

Tonight we talk about Michigan wines for the holidays and get the scoop on selecting, caring for, and properly disposing of your real Michigan Christmas tree. Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis and Russ White talk with the dean of MSU’s College of Human Medicine Marsha Rappley. MSU corporate chef Kurt Kwiatkowski, too. Read More…

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MSU Today 11/21/14

MSU corporate chef Kurt Kwiatkowski visits with his tips for enjoying your holiday feasts safely. Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis and Russ White talk with Brig Sorber – CEO of Lansing headquartered Two Men and a Truck. And class is in session as Russ talks about Advanced Lighting 101 from Next Energy’s Michigan Advanced Lighting Conference. Scott Westerman shares his Career Quick Reference, too. Read More…

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MSU Today 11/14/14

MSU Department of Geography chair Alan Arbogast on next week’s Geography Awareness Week at MSU. Award-winning film maker Kalyanee Mam on her A River Changes Course film showing at MSU Thursday November 20. Next Energy’s Josh Brugeman on next Wednesday’s Michigan Advanced Lighting Conference in Lansing. Read More…

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MSU Today 11/7/14

Los Alamos National Lab scientist Paul Dixon on nuclear energy in the United States; Michigan International Speedway president Roger Curtis on MIS being honored by the Environmental Protection Agency for using “green” power to meet 100 percent of its electricity use; Cranbrook Institute of Science leader Michael Stafford; and the Pew Charitable Trusts Tom Swanson on increased renewable energy production and use in Michigan. Read More…

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MSU Today 10/31/14

Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with Spartans men’s head basketball coach Tom Izzo, and with Spartan football’s director of college advancement and performance Curtis Blackwell. All about Empower Extraordinary – the campaign for Michigan State University from the campaign co-chairs Bob Skandalaris and Dee Cook. And Scott Westerman on Actions and Words. Read More…

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MSU Today 10/24/14

Michigan State University president Lou Anna K. Simon explains Empower Extraordinary – the campaign for MSU. Phil Gardner directs MSU’s Collegiate Employment Research Institute and shares news of a red hot job market for next spring’s college grads. Jennifer Orlando talks with MSU’s director of the Office of Inclusion Paulette Granberry Russell about MSU’s Project 60/50. MSU alumna and United States Senator Debbie Stabenow, too. Read More…

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MSU Today 10/10/14

In our sustainability-focused Greening of the Great Lakes segment, Kirk Heinze thoroughly examines the Lake Erie algal blooms issue and talks with the Reverend Faith Fowler about her new book titled This Far By Faith: Twenty Years at Cass Community. And Scott Westerman shares his thoughts on Effecting Change. Read More…

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