The Office of University Outreach and Engagement supports Michigan State University’s commitment to address the issues confronting the health and wellbeing of underserved and diverse populations through several projects and partnerships, both globally and in our own communities.

A selection of UOE projects and resources is listed here.

An Integrated Extension and Education Program to Reduce Mastitis and Antimicrobial Use

This project, the Quality Milk Alliance, focuses on improving the quality of milk produced on dairy farms by reducing th

Arab Health Research Network

The ACCESS-MSU partnership was formed in May of 2010 for the purpose of conducting research on the health of Arab/Chalde

Evaluation of Project AWARE SEA Michigan

The purpose of Project AWARE SEA Michigan is to create and sustain an enhanced infrastructure at state and local levels

Michigan’s Long-Term Care Background Check Program

The State of Michigan's comprehensive background check program is designed to promote and protect the health and saf

National Library of Medicine Outreach Library Advisory Committee

MSU Detroit Center is a collaborative partner in this initiative led by Wayne State University’s Shiffman Medical

Response to Flint Water Crisis

The Flint water crisis has emerged as one of the nation's gravest contemporary situations, forcing issues surroundin

Tribal Early Childhood Research Center

The Tribal Early Childhood Research Center (TRC) is a collaborative effort between the University of Colorado, Michigan

Wiba Anung

The Wiba Anung (Early Star) project is a partnership between researchers at Michigan State University, the University of