Joe Pysh was always there for his residents as a professor in the College of Osteopathic Medicine. For 22 years, Pysh taught in MSUCOM, and now his students returned the favor,
MSU alumnus Gregory Marcoe graduated in ‘87, and after losing both of his parents to cancer, he decided to create an endowed scholarship in honor of them.
Finding the secret to a successful life is not easy. But, it appears as if Andrew Baker—an outstanding student, a dynamic researcher and a humanitarian—has done just that.
Thanks to donors, Wharton Center makes world-renowned acts and artists accessible to the communities of MSU, Greater Lansing and beyond.
Donna and Marvin Zischke are pledging to attract outstanding faculty and students to MSU's School of Human Resources and Labor Relations.
Michigan State and 10 other research universities have allied to increase the graduation rate for students from low-income and underrepresented backgrounds.