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Classes Without Quizzes Set for April 25

Get an insider’s look into some the latest research activities being undertaken at Michigan State University at Classes Without Quizzes on Sat., April 25.

Howling for crowd funding

Taking a cue from the mammals she is studying, Michigan State zoology graduate student Kenna Lehmann is calling out on the Internet to seek funds to help move her field forward.

Internationally respected probabilist to visit MSU

S.R. Srinivasa Varadhan, professor of mathematics at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, will give a series of three lectures at MSU during a week-long visit to campus March 30 – April 4.

MSU a major collaborator in new gamma-ray observatory

Michigan State University researchers are key players in a unique new observatory that will study high-energy gamma rays and cosmic rays coming from extreme sources in the universe, such as black holes, dark matter and exploding stars.

MSU mathematics professor honored for professional achievement

MSU mathematics professor Jeanne Wald is one of three distinguished women receiving the inaugural Inspirational Woman of the Year Award from the MSU Women’s Resource Center. 

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