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Glenn Chambers recommended as interim dean of Honors College

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Today Interim Provost Thomas Jeitschko officially recommended Glenn Chambers to serve as interim dean of the Michigan State University Honors College, effective June 10.  “With his leadership experiences in the Honors College, RCAH, CAL, and Undergrad Ed; his work across a broad range of academic and administrative projects; and his demonstrated commitments to academic excellence […]

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Honors College Swings the Hammer on Campbell Hall Groundbreaking

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It started with speeches and ended with hard hats. The Michigan State University Honors College hosted a celebration on Friday, May 10 with a group of Campbell Hall project supporters just days before the start of the renovation. The event began with a reception at Cowles House, featuring remarks from MSU Board of Trustees Vice […]

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Signing Off: Graduating student employees share Honors College memories

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By Sloane Barlow  During the academic year, the Honors College provides events, opportunities, and resources for its 4,500+ students. Through it all, dedicated employees help operations run smoothly.   Three of our student employees are graduating this spring, taking what they have learned at the Honors College to continue their academic and career paths. Tanushree […]

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MSU Debate Qualifies Two Teams for National Tournament

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By Sloane Barlow Which team on Michigan State’s campus has qualified for 28 consecutive national tournaments? (If you guessed men’s basketball, you’re close. They’ve qualified for 26.) This impressive streak belongs to MSU Debate, who recently qualified two squads for the 2024 National Debate Tournament (NDT) happening in Atlanta from April 4-8. Congratulations to the […]

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Balancing Forces: Jogi Katende Competes in US Open Taekwondo Championships  

By Sloane Barlow   An International Transition When Economics and Finance major Jogi Katende first decided to leave Uganda two years ago to study in the United States, he wanted to challenge himself. He enrolled in the Honors College to give him the best opportunity to reach his goals.    “As an international student, it often feels […]

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From East Lansing to Tokyo: MSU Student Takes Sustainability Solutions International

By Brandi Stover On a warm August day, Honors student Chante Hardaway stepped off a plane into the vibrant metropolis of Tokyo to attend the 2023 International Student Summit (ISS) on Food, Agriculture and Environment. The annual summit encourages students worldwide to present on youth contribution to innovative and sustainable practices in food security and […]

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Campbell Hall Donor Stories: Barb Stone Reetz & Gary Reetz

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Louise H. Campbell was a trailblazer.  She led the MSU Home Economic Outreach in the 1920s, initiating the practice of teaching and training rural women, and later served as Dean of the Women’s Program. A lifelong advocate for the education of women, she is the namesake of MSU’s Campbell Hall.  As the Honors College works […]

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Research awardees continue Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy 

By Sloane Barlow  Congratulations to the 2024 Martin Luther King Jr. Advancing Inclusion through Research awardees: Taylor Toth, Adrianna Roth, Stephanie Adams, and Jordan Roebuck.  The MLK Jr. Advancing Inclusion through Research Award is an opportunity for any student of the Honors College, James Madison College, Lyman Briggs College, or the Residential College in the […]

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