MSU pilots new tool to improve business inclusion

This fall, IPF is piloting a new prospective partner registry that will make it easier for prospective suppliers to engage with IPF's bid process and for MSU to track its diverse spend.

Behind the Scenes @ MSU: Pest Control

Coyotes, chipmunks, box elder bugs, raccoons: when wildlife makes its way into buildings and places occupied by people, they’re classified as pests. IPF’s Pest Control team has the knowledge and experience to keep the outside out and make sure campus spaces are usable and safe for faculty, students and staff.

MSU goes solar to light home football games

Tens of thousands of Michigan State football fans flood MSU’s East Lansing campus for home games every year. This season, Infrastructure Planning and Facilities is implementing an upgrade to the crowd experience: solar-powered light towers.

IPF DEI Council volunteers at the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA)

This month, members of the IPF DEI Council volunteered to help prepare food for Meals on Wheels lunches at the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA).

IPF, MSU archaeology unearth century-old observatory foundation

Discovery gives insight into campus history, provides educational opportunities

MSU’s Recycling Center wins national sustainability award

Michigan State University’s Surplus Store and Recycling Center (SSRC) has been selected as a recipient of the 2023 NACUBO Excellence in Sustainability Award which recognizes institutions for a specific campus innovation, process or program that advances environmental sustainability in higher education or progress toward a more environmentally sustainable future.

MSU Recycling Center collaborates with teens on NOVA video project

The MSU Surplus Store & Recycling Center worked with teens from Davison High School on a video about food waste in collaboration with WKAR and the NOVA Science Studio program as part of a series on the local impacts of climate change.

New law prohibits phone use while driving

Avoid driving tickets by using hands-free devices.

IPF collaborates with MSU units on major software upgrade

IPF, in collaboration with multiple other units on campus, is currently in the process of developing and implementing a robust new integrated workspace management system (IWMS) called Planon.

MSU ranked highly for sustainability by Times Higher Education