"Most importantly, it gives you the time to realize it’s not about you, but what you can give back to the world around you."
Leonie Hintze is a graduate student in the College of Arts and Letters, studying German in a Master’s program.
Alison imagines her work as helping the next generation of criminal justice system workers and criminological researchers to have a more empathetic and emotional response to their work.
Future Academic Scholars in Teaching (FAST) supported Ahrom’s love of teaching and helped her learn how to integrate scholarship into her practice to have an informed teaching approach.
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Leading the charge of Spartans making a difference this holiday season, students in the Broad College of Business Executive MBA (EMBA) program partnered with organizations and companies across the... Read More
“From the Lab to the Classroom: Making Research Relevant” was the theme of this year’s Michigan AGEP (Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate) Fall Conference.
As part of Graduate Student Life & Wellness's mission to help graduate students and postdocs manage their stress and live healthier lives, 70 students and postdocs were sponsored to run in... Read More
MSU grad student channels creativity, garners recognition through percussion instruments.