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Current Programs and Projects

 Business and Investment Study Tour to China

past business tour participants

China has 1.3 billion people and is the fastest growing economy in the world. To many Michigan small- and medium-size businesses, China means challenge and opportunity. China can be a market for their products, and also a competitor in the world marketplace. Meanwhile, China can be a source of investment for their businesses.

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 Collaborative Education Program on Turfgrass Management

a top view photo of grass with a leaf in the lower left corner

The Turfgrass Program was one of the first Joint Education Programs with China for MSU.  Please follow the link below for more information.

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 Joint Research Efforts on Food Safety

a children's painting of a man spraying pesticides at an apple/orange tree.

Michigan State University has earned a reputation as a leader among United States universities in food safety related research, education and outreach programs.

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 4-H Children's Art Exchange Programs

a painting of a Chinese girl holding a paint brush, looking at a painting in front of her that she is working on

The Michigan 4-H China Project began in 1988 with start-up funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the Michigan Council on Arts and Cultural Affairs and 55 other Michigan foundations, businesses and individuals.

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 Michigan State University-Chinese Faculty Delegation

a group photo of the 16 faculty members in the delegation

A delegation from MSU visited Lanzhou and Dalian May 19-29, 2002
A 2008 delegation is being formed,

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