Michigan State University to inject $25 million into packaging school

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Funds for growth The board of trustees of the U.S. Michigan State University has decided to approve a major expansion to the university’s School of Packaging. 


Under the plan, the project, worth some $25 million, is to double the building’s size and significantly expand its research capacity, providing additional space for more faculty and graduate students, the institution said in a statement.


“Positioning Spartans for continued innovation and leadership, this new expansion to the nation’s preeminent School of Packaging is another milestone for this storied program,” said Teresa K. Woodruff, the interim president of the Michigan State University.


“This addition signifies our commitment to research excellence and also underscores our dedication to staying at the forefront of industry trends and demands,” she said.