Nearly 1,400 faculty members are involved in international research, teaching, and service projects at MSU.
International Research Key Links
Area Studies Centers
International studies programs at MSU are organized by geographic location--Africa, Asia, Canada, Europe and Russia, and Latin America and the Caribbean.
International Research Centers
International research is led and supported by researchers at many colleges and centers at MSU, including:
Agriculture (IIA - Institute for International Agriculture)
Business (CIBER - Center for International Business Education and Research)
Education (Office of International Studies in Education)
Gender (Center for Gender in Global Context)
Center for Global Change and Earth Observations (CGCEO)
globalEDGE (international information portal maintained by MSU-CIBER)
Health (IIH - Institute of International Health)
International Development (CASID - Center for Advanced Study of International Development)