Situated in East Lansing, Michigan, is Michigan State University which is a public research university that was founded in the year 1855. Being one of the country’s first universities of higher education to teach scientific agriculture, the university often finds itself in the lists of the top 30 public universities in the United States and the top 100 research universities, worldwide. It is also the nation’s pioneer land-grant university, which sprawls across a massive 5200 acres. The University offers over 200 academic programs spanning across 17 residential colleges, professional schools and other academic units. Many of its programs such as criminology, educational psychology, nuclear physics, veterinary medicine and so on are ranked as best in the nation, as per U.S. News & World Report. With the mission to expand its reach across the globe, Michigan State University has gone international with its campus in Dubai. Michigan State University is an integral member of the Association of American Universities and is even regarded as a Public Ivy. Being under the category of being a ‘more selective’ college as per U.S. News & World Report, the university still manages to be one of the largest universities of the United States, in terms of enrollment. Maurice Ager, William David Brohn, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Ray Stannard Baker and Jim Cash, all were once students of this institute. Presenting to you, a list of notable alumni’s from Michigan State University.