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Alumni e-Newsletter

Summer 2022 Alumni e-Newsletter Summer 2022 Alumni e-Newsletter

Welcome to the College of Natural Science’s (NatSci) second quarterly e-Newsletter for 2022. We want to take the opportunity in this issue to provide a recap of the events and activities in the college since our last newsletter. From finding creative ways to stay connected, engaged and committed to our teaching, research, and outreach missions, to the outstanding achievements and contributions of our faculty, staff, students, alumni and donors, the college has covered a lot of ground over the past several months!

Winter 2022 Alumni e-Newsletter Winter 2022 Alumni e-Newsletter

Welcome to the College of Natural Science’s (NatSci) first e-Newsletter for 2022. We want to take the opportunity in this issue to provide a recap of the events and activities in the college since our last newsletter. From finding creative ways to stay connected, engaged and committed to our teaching, research, and outreach missions, to the outstanding achievements and contributions of our faculty, staff, students, alumni and donors, the college has covered a lot of ground over the past several months!

Fall 2021 Alumni e-Newsletter Fall 2021 Alumni e-Newsletter

Welcome to the College of Natural Science’s (NatSci) Fall e-newsletter for 2021. We want to take the opportunity in this issue to provide a recap of the events and activities in the college since our last newsletter. From finding creative ways to stay connected, engaged and committed to our teaching, research, and outreach missions, to the outstanding achievements and contributions of our faculty, staff, students, alumni and donors, the college has covered a lot of ground over the past several months!

Winter 2021 Alumni e-Newsletter Winter 2021 Alumni e-Newsletter

Welcome to the College of Natural Science’s (NatSci) first e-newsletter for 2021. We want to take the opportunity in this issue to provide a recap of the events and activities in the college since our last newsletter. From finding creative ways to stay connected, engaged and committed to our teaching, research, and outreach missions during the pandemic, to the outstanding achievements and contributions of our faculty, staff, students, alumni and donors during this challenging time, the college has covered a lot of ground over the past several months!

Fall 2020 Alumni e-Newsletter Fall 2020 Alumni e-Newsletter

We've decided to go “virtual” with presentations from our scientists and others so that we could stay connected with our NatSci alumni and friends.  A novel machine learning model developed by researchers at MSU suggests that mutations to the SARS-CoV-2 genome have made the virus more infectious. Nature provides roadmap to potential breakthroughs in solar energy technology.  As species dwindle, data about them are on the rise.  New study shines light on mysterious giant viruses.  It’s been a busy few months honoring our faculty, alumni and staff.  Giving Profiles over the past months: Clay and Nancy Hunter, Joan and Jack King, and John Ohlrogge.

Spring 2020 Alumni e-Newsletter Spring 2020 Alumni e-Newsletter

Spartan alum, medical laboratory scientists test for COVID-19.  'Optical tweezers' help in quest for better cancer treatments.  Trinidad's guppy-filled streams provide lab for genetic rescue research.  Chemists charged up to make the future of energy renewable, profitable and CO2 free.   The MSU College of Natural Science (NatSci) has selected several alumni, faculty and students for outstanding achievements and excellence to receive its 2020 Awards.