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Tridip Das teaches lesson on electricity.
Nearly 80 faculty, staff and students worked with 220 girls during MSU Girls’ STEM Day.
Fireworks.
In celebration of talents, potential, and contributions – Happy National Engineers Week!!
Dr. Chakrabartty and Dr. Lajneh work on sensors.
Shantanu Chakrabartty, with Nizar Lajnef, advance work on tiny, self-powered sensors.
Beaumont Tower in winter.
Lalita Udpa and Nelson Sepúlveda presented top awards at 2015 MSU Convocation.
Largest ever Michigan VEX Robotics Championship coming to Jenison Field House.
Laura Gumpper and Tammy Reid Bush
Laura Gumpper and Tammy Reid Bush help women engineers polish their machine shop skills.
Zoltowski is Churchill Scholar
It’s official – David Zoltowski headed to University of Cambridge for graduate study.
Larry Drzal to lead new composites center
Larry Drzal in leadership role as Obama names MSU a core partner in new federal project.
Solar Car Team headed to NAIAS
MSU’s Formula Racing and Solar Car teams on display at 2015 North American International Auto Show.
2014 year-end message from the dean
Brittney Heatherington AES '14
MSU Engineering says good-bye to 251 Saturday: 166 undergrads, 38 master’s and 47 PhD students.
Jack and Dottie Withrow
Jack and Dottie Withrow establish graduate fellowship in biomedical engineering.
MSU Bio Engineering Facility receives award.
New building earns Celebration of Regional Growth Award for economic development potential.
Richard Lunt and Yimu Zhao work on solar cell.
Richard Lunt awarded the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Award in Environmental Chemistry.
Braze arc melter
Jason Nicholas, Yue Qi, and Thomas Bieler to use $694,000 to advance solid oxide fuel cells.
New Bio Engineering Facility
MSU Board of Trustees create new academic department.
Benefactors Plaza
MSU launches capital campaign with extraordinary event Oct. 24.
Tippy taps in Tanzania
Spartans Without Borders give the gift of clean water in Tanzania.
MasterCard Foundation Scholars 2014
Fourteen African scholars are preparing to be change makers as Spartan Engineers.
Dennis P. Nyquist
Retired professor Dennis Nyquist to benefit college with a professorship in electromagnetics.
Joe Sopko (’80, ’83, ’90) is helping with containment at Fukushima, Japan, nuclear plant.
College of Engineering Building
MSU Engineering's reach is enhanced as new skills and talents join the college.
Markus Downey
Markus Downey's research on fiber-reinforced polymer composites earns award.
Ajith Chakkedath
Ajith Chakkedath advances magnesium alloy research while learning study abroad skills.

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