MSU has received a five-year National Science Foundation grant, in which all ELPS fifth and sixth graders will learn heredity concepts using nationally recognized teaching methods.
MSU's Residential College of Arts and Humanities and Red Cedar Elementary School are collaborating on a visiting artist exchange.
MSU School of Engineering is sponsoring two MacDonald Middle School Lego™ Robotics Teams. The students will help these teams to design their robots
MSU athletes participate in the Read to Succeed program at Donley Elementary School. They are pen pals with Whitehills, Donley and Red Cedar elementary students.
MSU School of Journalism students are researching and creating news graphics of seven East Lansing Public Schools for the ELPS Web site.
An MSU public relations student will work with ELPS' Communications Coordinator to Map ELPS current communications and design a comprehensive communications plan for the district.
MSU College of Education supports the PROM/SE (Promoting Rigorous Outcomes in Math and Science Education) professional development program for ten K-12 teachers.
MSU's Confucius Institute Scholars are teaching and learning at East Lansing High School.
MSU's Drama Department is working with first graders at Red Cedar Elementary School to integrate creative dance, movement and drama with all curricular areas.
MSU College of Education interns work in every school in the East Lansing Public Schools district