NASA awards two MSU professors with grants

February 15, 2017 by . News

Two MSU professors were awarded grants from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to help fund undergraduate-led projects. Brock LaMeres, Ph.D., associate professor of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and John Sample, Ph.D., assistant professor of the Department of Physics in the College of Letters and Science, both applied for the same grant in November 2015 and were notified in May 2016 that they were each awarded $200,000 from NASA to “help give undergraduate students a full end-to-end flight experience from planning to launch.”   LaMeres and his team of six undergraduates will work on RADSAD, a radiation-tolerant computer satellite that will go into space.

Club Marx talks philosophy

February 15, 2017 by . Club Profile

A new group on campus is bringing together students from all backgrounds to discuss the writings of philosopher, scientist, economist and revolutionary socialist Karl Marx.

Service Saturday surpasses last year’s success

February 9, 2017 by . News

On Feb. 4, the MSU Service Saturday offered six projects and received 70 volunteers. All projects were filled to capacity. The six projects included card making for senior citizens, Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter, Reach Inc., Sak’s Thrift Store, Good Neighbor and the Food Bank.

New recycling bins on campus

February 8, 2017 by . News

Recycling on campus just became easier. In partnership with Facilities Services, the Office of Sustainability placed 17 recycling bins across the university over winter break.