Students Earn MLK Jr. Advancing Inclusion through Research Award

February 19, 2022

"Four Michigan State University students whose research and creative activity supports the ideals of inclusive excellence through topics of inclusion, diversity, marginalized populations, and civil rights, have received the Martin Luther King, Jr. Advancing Inclusion through Research Award. 

The award was created in 2010 to highlight the ways in which MSU students follow King’s legacy, using their analytical and creative skills to understand and re-envision the world. Student research and creative projects were considered if they were completed in calendar year 2021 and submitted by members of one of MSU’s three Residential Colleges: Lyman Briggs College, James Madison College, and the Residential College in the Arts and Humanities, and/or the Honors College."

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