HHMI has awarded a five-year $1.5 million grant to improve introductory courses that serve as gateways to continued studies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
A research team will study the potential benefits of introducing a new type of crop to farms across Africa: perennial grain.
Guided by the vision of its founder, the William T. Grant Foundation invests in research with the potential to advance theory, policy, and practice related to children and youth.
For decades MSU faculty have been leaders on major national and international research teams to improve science and math teaching and learning in our schools.
For his work on developing new treatments for tuberculosis, Assistant Professor Robert Abramovitch has earned a Phase II award through Grand Challenges Explorations.
The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation has made a grant to launch Michigan State University’s STEM Success program to give students the knowledge they need.