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MSU in the News, circa 1967

 Item — Reel: 1150

Scope and Contents

A film highlighting developments in research and education at MSU.

00:00 Intro 00:20 MSU Horticulture Gardens 01:22 Mating behavior and development of least weasels 02:25 New technologies at the MSU Library 03:28 First graders learning about science through an MSU-sponsored program 04:30 The Kellogg Biological Station 05:32 Arthur H. Steinhaus and his work on neuromuscular relaxation 06:34 The General Store at the MSU Museum 07:36 The Advanced Management program at the MSU Graduate School of Business Administration 08:38 Second graders learning with instructors from the MSU Science and Math Teaching Center 09:40 The use of closed-circuit television to aid in interviewing techniques in the field of medicine 10:42 An MSU regional program with the Michigan School for the Blind 11:45 Cancer research with Barnett Rosenberg, involving platinum chemicals that inhibit tumors


  • Creation: circa 1967


Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research.


1 Reels (13 min.) : sound, color ; 16mm

Language of Materials

From the Record Group: English