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MSU Today with Russ White

By Russ White

MSU Today is a lively look at Michigan State University-related people, places, events and attitudes put into focus by Russ White. An archive of all episodes, going back several years, can be accessed at: http://goo.gl/jIt5b

  1. 1.
    Spartans Hall of Fame head athletic trainer on keeping Spartan student-athletes healthy01/27/2021
    16:54
  2. 2.
    Coach Tucker seeks “character, unselfishness, teamwork, discipline, and maturity” from Spartan Football student-athletes01/27/2021
    32:02
  3. 3.
    Henry Ford Health System and Michigan State University Partner to Improve Access, Outcomes to Health Care through Research, Education and Addressing Health Inequities and Disparities01/25/2021
    47:21
  4. 4.
    Kiefer Foundation works to end distracted driving01/24/2021
    33:40
  5. 5.
    State of the State podcast focuses on issues surrounding Capitol insurrection 01/24/2021
    33:31
  6. 6.
    Collegiate Recovery Community helps MSU students find their sobriety “superpower”12/29/2020
    37:59
  7. 7.
    MSU College of Agriculture and Natural Resources’ diverse footprint benefits the world12/29/2020
    31:35
  8. 8.
    Embedded Extension “sentinels” bring MSU research to every corner of the state12/29/2020
    29:07
  1. 9.
    Wendy’s CEO advises his alma mater’s graduates to be “adaptable and flexible”12/15/2020
    12:49
  2. 10.
    MSU Scholar Emilio Moran and His Colleagues Are “Rethinking Hydropower”12/14/2020
    24:37
  3. 11.
    MSU Alumnus shares The Focus Project: The Not So Simple Art of Doing Less12/07/2020
    28:46
  4. 12.
    MSUFCU continues to grow and “build dreams together” during the pandemic12/01/2020
    28:24
  5. 13.
    “Inclusive exclusive” University Club celebrates traditions and makes memories12/01/2020
    26:00
  6. 14.
    “Neat, clean, and organized” Spartan foodies say food should connect, not be contentious 11/30/2020
    22:43
  7. 15.
    MSU Chief Diversity Officer seeks “diverse, equitable, inclusive, and exemplary world-class institution”11/20/2020
    29:43
  8. 16.
    “Fresh tree, fresh cut, fresh water” – MSU expert on how to get the most from your real Michigan Christmas tree11/20/2020
    21:54
  9. 17.
    MSU IPPSR scholars analyze and reflect on the November election11/20/2020
    27:49
  10. 18.
    MSU Dept of African American and African studies seeks “technologies of living for survival into wellness"11/13/2020
    40:19
  11. 19.
    “Sanity over vanity” FLEXcity Fitness founders helping us keep fit during the pandemic11/10/2020
    21:02
  12. 20.
    MSU’s FRIB on the cutting edge of science and developing the next generation of researchers10/30/2020
    26:31
  13. 21.
    Socially engaged Broad Museum director embraces faculty expertise and “complexity and creativity” of the building10/30/2020
    34:14
  14. 22.
    Michigan State University Artists Earn Two Latin Grammy Nominations10/28/2020
    20:01
  15. 23.
    “Plan, prepare, and persist” MSU career services expert advises students in a changing world10/27/2020
    22:11
  16. 24.
    Michigan May Tilt Democratic in 2020 Election Races10/22/2020
    29:08
  17. 25.
    The Places She’s Been--Moldova, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Bangladesh: MSU Alumna’s Career Has Spanned the Globe10/21/2020
    29:57
  18. 26.
    Breathe and advocate for your children advises WKAR director of education10/20/2020
    13:20
  19. 27.
    New CISO wants to protect MSU’s data, information, and knowledge10/07/2020
    17:55
  20. 28.
    Extensive search produces next leader of diversity, equity and inclusion for MSU10/06/2020
    12:35
  21. 29.
    ‘Relevant’ WKAR meets audiences where they are with what they want10/05/2020
    22:23
  22. 30.
    MSU Community Music School-Detroit provides music education for all ages10/01/2020
    29:21
  23. 31.
    ‘Mayor’ of MSU has his hand in many areas that keep MSU functioning10/01/2020
    25:01
  24. 32.
    U.S. Department of Energy designates FRIB as DOE Office of Science user facility09/30/2020
    18:02
  25. 33.
    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month09/28/2020
    20:24
  26. 34.
    ELECTORAL COLLEGE MAY ELECT ANOTHER PRESIDENT?09/26/2020
    34:09
  27. 35.
    From International Trade to Climate Change: Industry Leaders Discuss Challenges and Opportunities Facing Michigan Agriculture as Fall Harvest Begins09/24/2020
    36:23
  28. 36.
    Strategically planning for MSU’s vibrant future09/17/2020
    33:01
  29. 37.
    MSU Alumna’s Award-Winning Book Exposes, Combats ‘Food Bullies’ 09/16/2020
    26:11
  30. 38.
    MSU Library provides resources with expertise to help Spartans on campus and around the world08/26/2020
    27:20
  31. 39.
    MSU Rec Sports engages Spartans worldwide through fitness, sports, and recreation 08/26/2020
    25:57
  32. 40.
    MSU instates updated policy amid new Title IX regulations08/25/2020
    11:25
  33. 41.
    Spartan alumnus bullish on durability of America’s food supply chain despite pandemic08/24/2020
    22:50
  34. 42.
    Whitmer gains for COVID handling; Trump little change08/21/2020
    29:47
  35. 43.
    President Stanley reflects on his first year as president of Michigan State University08/04/2020
    15:27
  36. 44.
    MSU 4-H Children’s Garden is “is a place of enrichment and delight for children of all ages.”07/30/2020
    21:47
  37. 45.
    David Thornton proudly carries on traditions of the Spartan Marching Band07/30/2020
    28:30
  38. 46.
    MSU program renewed to provide 25 years of continuous support for new migrant students07/29/2020
    31:38
  39. 47.
    Spartan alumni empowering and mentoring Black students 07/23/2020
    22:16
  40. 48.
    MSU alumnus advocates solutions-oriented approach to fighting racism and promoting social justice07/16/2020
    22:34
  41. 49.
    Designing effective health risk messages for COVID-19 for MSU students07/15/2020
    24:06
  42. 50.
    MSU addressing a rise in virtual harassment07/07/2020
    17:47
  43. 51.
    Bills aim to increase Michigan’s recycling rate and send less material to landfills07/07/2020
    16:52
  44. 52.
    Barb Kranz aligns space resources with MSU’s core mission07/07/2020
    36:25
  45. 53.
    Racial Wage Gap larger in Great Lakes Region and largest in Michigan06/26/2020
    30:46
  46. 54.
    Meet the national security veteran who represents MSU in the US House06/22/2020
    19:17
  47. 55.
    Spartans join governor’s task force to address racial disparities in healthcare06/17/2020
    31:10
  48. 56.
    LBGTRC “celebrates, affirms, and empowers” MSU LGBTQA+ community06/16/2020
    23:10
  49. 57.
    MSU and Ford collaborate to help veterans help honeybees - 05.20.201906/16/2020
    11:46
  50. 58.
    Michigan State University and Henry Ford Health System Announce Plans for Primary Affiliation06/09/2020
    2:50
  51. 59.
    President Stanley guiding MSU through uncharted territory with empathy06/02/2020
    13:10
  52. 60.
    Spartan field hockey alumna on front lines battling Covid-1906/01/2020
    23:11
  53. 61.
    Wharton Center looks to a thriving post-pandemic future06/01/2020
    20:56
  54. 62.
    Rhonda Walker shares her blessings to empower Detroit girls05/28/2020
    15:03
  55. 63.
    MSU CAPS Summer Care Kit supports well-being in uncertain times05/22/2020
    14:36
  56. 64.
    Show compassion, balance mental and physical health, advise MSU health professionals05/21/2020
    24:17
  57. 65.
    Forgotten Harvest rescues food for Detroit’s hungry05/12/2020
    26:00
  58. 66.
    Petoskey distillery making hand sanitizer for first responders05/12/2020
    10:32
  59. 67.
    MÓNICA RAMÍREZ-MONTAGUT APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF ELI AND EDYTHE BROAD ART MUSEUM05/08/2020
    13:38
  60. 68.
    WKAR Announces Lansing Educator As PBS Digital Innovator All-Star for 202005/08/2020
    11:57
  61. 69.
    Staying vigilant is key to fighting COVID-19 says optimistic MSU health sciences leader 05/06/2020
    30:24
  62. 70.
    Longtime WKAR journalist Scott Pohl retires. “I’ve always tried to be fair and right”04/30/2020
    12:22
  63. 71.
    Leading researcher, advocate for women in science named MSU provost, Northwestern University dean named MSU provost04/27/2020
    18:55
  64. 72.
    AD Beekman lauds “creativity, entrepreneurship, innovation, resilience” of Spartan Athletics team04/24/2020
    22:04
  65. 73.
    Strategic Planning Process Preparing for MSU’s Future04/21/2020
    13:21
  66. 74.
    Campus, community, curriculum, and culture guide sustainability at MSU04/16/2020
    21:21
  67. 75.
    MSU makes available graduating health care students to aid in Covid-19 response04/08/2020
    23:18
  68. 76.
    MSU scholars examine coronavirus impact on politics, economy, K-12 education, digital divide04/07/2020
    32:28
  69. 77.
    AD Beekman works to keep all in Spartan Athletics healthy, eyes “relentless” return this fall03/28/2020
    12:17
  70. 78.
    IPPSR State of the State podcast focuses on Coronavirus impact on politics and the economy03/28/2020
    30:42
  71. 79.
    MSU Community Unites to Fight Novel Coronavirus, COVID-19 03/26/2020
    28:10
  72. 80.
    Combining the best of in-person and online instruction is the likely future of education03/22/2020
    16:27
  73. 81.
    2020 Census to count every person living in the United States03/20/2020
    8:20
  74. 82.
    The Michigan economy, roads, and improving schools03/02/2020
    31:30
  75. 83.
    Spartan Men’s Soccer puts academics and Michigan talent first02/26/2020
    13:20
  76. 84.
    MSU provost senses a mindset change from “sieve” toward student success02/26/2020
    18:57
  77. 85.
    Spartans Women’s Soccer puts academics on top of goals list02/26/2020
    20:54
  78. 86.
    MSU English professors use film and comics to engage students in American history02/17/2020
    31:01
  79. 87.
    Tanya Jachimiak begins role as associate vice president for MSU’s Office for Civil Rights02/11/2020
    7:03
  80. 88.
    Michigan’s Upbeat on Economy; Less Positive on President Trump02/03/2020
    28:43
  81. 89.
    Jacquie Joseph: Creating Opportunity Through Athletics01/24/2020
    18:04
  82. 90.
    Jake Boss is Living His Dream Leading Spartan Baseball01/24/2020
    26:10
  83. 91.
    MSU RCAH seeks to contribute to “the common good”01/23/2020
    30:36
  84. 92.
    Creating Wonder: Book Offers New Vision for Learning Science01/22/2020
    28:38
  85. 93.
    How vulnerable is your car to cyberattacks?01/15/2020
    9:31
  86. 94.
    How MSU helped reduce high-risk drinking among students01/13/2020
    24:19
  87. 95.
    2020 economic growth expected for Michigan 01/13/2020
    14:51
  88. 96.
    Trustee Knake: Build on the land grant heritage and help MSU “be a safer place for everyone”01/10/2020
    12:21
  89. 97.
    Dr. Mona says there’s a good reason Flint is still on filtered and bottled water08/12/2019
    7:41
  90. 98.
    Governor Whitmer: "MSU has benefited me as a mom, as a Michigander, and as a public servant"08/09/2019
    14:20

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