Every Spartan Has a Saga: Brianna Gardner
HC student Brianna Gardner has been an active member of MSU Telecasters, producing college television's longest running sitcom, The Show. Watch Brianna describe her experiences at MSU and in internship settings.
Student's documentary airs on public television
HC student Nicholas Baker has co-produced and directed a documentary that looks at the cracks in the Michigan judicial system. It airs on WKAR-TV again on October 4 and 20. More about how he wants to change the world...
From Texas to MSU: An HC Freshman Scholar Gets to Work
David Crouse is using his budding research career to make a successful transition to Michigan State.
Photo by Matt Hallowell/The State News. More...
Two HC students win National Media Scholars Competition
In a competition against 65 other teams from US universities, Laura Kovacek and Maria Bianchi, both James Madison College seniors, won the inaugural Washington Media Scholars Case Competition with their media plan for a hypothetical public policy campaign. More...
Pierce Earns Goldwater Honors
Tasneem Pierce, Honors College junior majoring in genomics and molecular genetics, has been named a Goldwater Scholar. The honor places her among the top math, science, and engineering students in the nation. More...
MSU Wins National Debate Tournament
The MSU team of senior Carly Wunderlich and junior Eric Lanning, both Honors College students, were named the champions of the 64th annual National Debate Tournament. They are the third MSU team to earn this honor in seven years. More...
Honors College senior named U.S. Gates Scholar
Kendell Pawelec, Honors College senior in materials science and engineering, has been named a 2010 United States Gates Scholar and will pursue her doctorate at the University of Cambridge. Pawelec was the only 2010 such scholar chosen in the Big 10. More...
Honors College senior named Marshall Scholar
Michigan State University senior Jessica Muir, of Romeo, Mich., has become Michigan's only 2010 Marshall Scholar and the university's 14th such scholar. Official press release
Honors College Alumna Named UVA President
MSU Honors College alumna Teresa A. Sullivan will become the first female president of the University of Virginia on August 1, 2010. Sullivan is provost and executive vice president for academic affairs of the University of Michigan.
Honors College Students win Business College Case Competition
First-year Honors College students Becca Farnum, Sarah Pomeroy, and Evan Stewart, members of Act for Justice, won the grand prize for their presentation on Lucretia Mott in the 8th Annual College of Business Multicultural Heroes Hall of Fame Case Competition.
MSU Debate Team in First-Ever Inauguration Debate Series
Michigan State University’s debate team tackled the Obama administration’s energy and climate priorities as part of the first-ever Inauguration Debate Series held recently in the nation’s capital. More...
HC Alum's Physics Rap Gaining Popularity
The Morris K. Udall Foundation has named Autumn Mitchell as one of 80 American students who will receive the Foundation's prestigious scholarship for Native American tribal/health policy or environmental issues.
The Barry M. Goldwater Foundation named Catherine Nezich, a second year biochemisty and molecular biology student from Marquette, MI, a 2008 Goldwater Scholar.
Leitch is MSU's 16th Churchill Scholar
The Winston Churchill Foundation of the United States named Katherine Leitch as one of 13 American students to receive its coveted scholarship for an advanced degree at the University of Cambridge, UK.
MSU's 12th Marshall Scholar
Monica Mukerjee is among 40 exceptional students throughout the United States to receive the scholarship for two years of study in the United Kingdom.
MSU Named Truman Honor Institution
Left to right: Provost Kim Wilcox; Fredrick Slabach, Exec. Sec of the Truman Foundation; President Lou Anna Simon; Trustee Joel I. Ferguson, Chairman of the MSU Board of Trustees.
Former Honors College Directors gather at the HC's 50th Anniversary Celebration with MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon and Professor Ronald Fisher, HC Dean 1996-2007.