Bird eggs in the MSU Museum

MSU MUSEUM AWARDED $92,129 GRANT

MORE THAN $29 MILLION IN GRANTS AWARDED TO MUSEUMS NATIONWIDE INCLUDES $92,129 AWARDED TO THE MSU MUSEUM The MSU Museum was awarded a substantial grant that will enhance preservation and expand educational opportunities for teaching and research with the Museum’s vertebrate specimen collection. The Institute of Museum and Library Services

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1.5° Celsius

Exhibition and Programs Explore the Impact of the Global Climate Crisis

1.5° Celsius Opens at the MSU Museum on September 6, 2022 The MSU Museum is presenting 1.5° Celsius now through February 25, 2023. The exhibition and its supporting programs imagine new ways of addressing the social and environmental issues connected to the global climate crisis. Join us for a public

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MSU Museum Reveals New Look and Purpose

Beginning September 2022, the MSU Museum is pleased to introduce a new five-year strategic plan and the launch of a new Museum division focused on innovation and experimentation. The MSU Museum has been an important resource to the Michigan State University community for over 165 years. Since 1857, the Museum

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Field of View: An Art x Science Film Series

Field of View: An Art x Science Film Series

MSU Museum Collaborates on a New Outdoor Film Series Exploring Humankind’s Understanding of the World After two years of social distancing and other precautions due to the ongoing pandemic, the MSU Museum is pleased to bring the local community together in an outdoor public setting for an exciting new films

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Kindred: Traditional Arts of the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians

MSU Museum Opens Native American Artwork Exhibition on International Museum Day, May 18

Celebrate International Museum Day with a new exhibition at the MSU Museum. Opening May 18, the exhibition “Kindred: Traditional Arts of the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians” will be on view in the Main Gallery at the MSU Museum through July 30, 2022. In partnership with the Little

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Gameplay exhibit

New Galleries at the MSU Museum Focus on Faculty and Student Research

Two new galleries at the MSU Museum are dedicated to student and faculty research at Michigan State University. Exhibitions in The Sandbox gallery will highlight more experimental exhibitions while the New Horizons space will feature research from the National Science Foundation Broader Impacts, art-science residencies, and a rotation of other

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American Alliance of Museums

MSU Museum Selected to Participate in National Museum Assessment Program

The MSU Museum has been selected to participate in the Museum Assessment Program (MAP), which is administered by the American Alliance of Museums. Through guided self-study assessment and on-site consultation with a museum professional, participation in MAP will empower the MSU Museum to better serve Michigan State University faculty, students,

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The Science of Grief

MSU Science Gallery Hosts Conversations About the Science of Grief

MSU Science Gallery is hosting a 3-day Science of Grief program in partnership with the MSU Broad Art Museum, WKAR, and the San Francisco-based nonprofit Reimagine from March 24 – 26, 2022. The theme for the program is “Spring into Wellness.” This responsive program comes at a time when many

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Science Gallery

“Science of Grief” Podcast Named 2021 Best Use of New Media by Michigan Association of Broadcasters

The Michigan Association of Broadcasters named the Science of Grief podcast the winner of the Best Use of New Media award for Public Radio Group 2 during its 2021 Broadcast Excellence Awards ceremony on Thursday, March 10, 2022. The Science of Grief podcast is a collaboration between WDET-FM, Detroit’s NPR

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The Science of Grief

Science of Grief | March 24 – 26

MSU Science Gallery is hosting a 3 day Science of Grief “Spring into Wellness” program in partnership with the MSU Broad Art Museum and Reimagine organization. Started by MSU Science Gallery’s Community Engagement Manager Natasha T. Miller in 2018, Science of Grief is a series of community conversations that explores

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