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Published: Tuesday, 11 May 2004
Author: Stephanie Motschenbacher
Department: Office of the Dean

Andrew Schechtman, a physician who has found himself on the front lines of many of the worlds major health crises, is the featured speaker at the Michigan State University College of Human Medicines commencement exercises.

Published: Wednesday, 05 May 2004
Author: Stephanie Motschenbacher
Department: Office of the Dean

Spring 2004 Edition now available in Adobe Acrobat format, along with back issues.

Published: Thursday, 29 Apr 2004
Author: Stephanie Motschenbacher
Department: Office of the Dean

As workers and public health professionals gather around the country this week to pay tribute to colleagues who have died on the job, a new report shows that the number of workers killed in job-related injuries decreased in 2002, the last year complete statistics were available.

Published: Thursday, 22 Apr 2004
Author: Stephanie Motschenbacher
Department: Office of the Dean

Winner's galleries.

Published: Friday, 16 Apr 2004
Author: Stephanie Motschenbacher
Department: Office of the Dean

The Michigan State University Board of Trustees today approved new housing rates for 2004-05, which officials said are among the lowest in the state.

Published: Wednesday, 14 Apr 2004
Author: Stephanie Motschenbacher
Department: Office of the Dean

North Americas electricity system has yet to be fixed after contributing to a massive failure eight months ago. Utilities, reliability councils and grid operators are working to fix as much as possible before temperatures rise. But ironing out all the problems will be fairly difficult, says Kenneth Rose, senior fellow at MSUs Institute of Public Utilities.

Published: Tuesday, 13 Apr 2004
Author: Stephanie Motschenbacher
Department: Office of the Dean

The third annual Neal Shine Lecture at Michigan State University will feature six women who shattered the glass ceiling and changed the culture at news organizations around the country.

Published: Thursday, 01 Apr 2004
Author: Stephanie Motschenbacher
Department: Office of the Dean

A method once thought to inactivate retroviruses such as HIV from bones and connective tissues used in transplant procedures may not be quite as effective as originally thought, researchers at MSU have concluded

Published: Thursday, 01 Apr 2004
Author: Stephanie Motschenbacher
Department: Office of the Dean

Teachers in the nations charter schools have half the experience of traditional public school teachers and are far less likely to be certified, according to an analysis released recently by the Education Policy Center at MSU.

Published: Sunday, 11 Jan 2004
Author: Stephanie Motschenbacher
Department: Office of the Dean

Some 20 college students will spend part of their summer break learning how to be the next Howard Dean or how not to be.