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 The MSU team of Austin Winarski, Kyle Lammers, Ryan Ashbaugh, and Jason Merlo were among only three teams representing North America during the 25th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) in Detroit in June.
MSU team is a finalist at international technical conference on enhanced safety of vehicles.
Renowned computer scientist Charles Bachman (’48, ’15) died July 13, 2017. President Obama awarded him a national medal in 2014.
Renowned computer scientist Charles Bachman (’48, ’15) died July 13. He was 92.
Craig Gunn named fellow of the American Society for Engineering Education.
Craig Gunn named fellow of the American Society for Engineering Education.
Joe ('81) and Laurie ('81) Thorp commit a $1 million charitable bequest from their joint estate.
Thorps support undergraduate experience.
John R. Dorgan, one of the newest endowed chair holders at Michigan State University, is an expert in polymeric materials and a nationally recognized leader in developing composite materials for manufacturing.
One of the newest endowed chair holders at MSU is an expert in polymeric materials.
A Michigan State University team from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) placed fourth during the Environmental Challenge International (ECI) competition at the 110th annual Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) Conference and Exhibition in Pittsburgh June 5-8.
Spartan Engineers place fourth at the 2017 Environmental Challenge International.
 Roozbeh Dargazany awarded prestigious American Chemistry Society doctoral new investigator grant.
Roozbeh Dargazany awarded prestigious American Chemistry Society doctoral new investigator grant.
Shanker Balasubramaniam and Venkatesh Kodur receive one of the highest faculty honors at MSU.
Shanker Balasubramaniam and Venkatesh Kodur receive one of the highest faculty honors at MSU.
Xiaobo Tan, an MSU Foundation Professor of electrical and computer engineering, engineer Naomi Leonard and oceanographer John P. Ryan discuss the expansive potential of marine and freshwater robotics at AAAS headquarters in Washington, D.C., on June 23, 2017. Photo credit: Stephen Waldron/AAAS.
AAAS interdisciplinary panel dives into underwater robotics.
A one-credit class in the MSU College of Engineering has 75 students exploring, sight seeing and networking in Detroit, Grand Rapids, Jackson, and Lansing with an intent to help these Spartan engineers fall in love with a new hometown.
A one-credit class has 160 students exploring Detroit, Grand Rapids, Jackson, and Lansing.
CMSE chair Andrew Christlieb is one of five who will represent MSU in Academic Leadership Program of the Big Ten Academic Alliance.
CMSE chair Andrew Christlieb to represent MSU in Big Ten Academic Alliance.
MSU researcher Yadu Pokhrel in civil and environmental engineering is helping assess the worldwide impact of human intervention on water scarcity.
Yadu Pokhrel is helping assess the worldwide impact of human intervention on water scarcity.
Participants in the June 5-6 kickoff workshop for the AutoDrive Challenge pose with the competition’s platform vehicle, a Chevrolet Bolt, at SAE World Headquarters near Pittsburgh.
A Chevy Bolt and international student competition is headed to MSU Engineering.
The new electrical engineering master's program in Midland will focus on building graduate students’ competencies in the growing field of automotive electronics, particularly in the areas of vehicle safety, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving technologies.
Nexteer and MSU debut electrical engineering M.S. program serving the Great Lakes Bay Region.
Mary Anne Walker, director of global engineering, will tour universities in Bonn, Cologne, Bochum and Hamburg June 18-24 on a DAAD academic research exchange.
Mary Anne Walker to promote engineering collaboration as guest of German Academic Exchange Service.
ME PhD student  Mitchell Albrecht awarded graduate fellowship to continue his research on fluid dynamics at MSU.
Mitchell Albrecht will use graduate fellowship to continue research on fluid dynamics at MSU.
Thiramet 'Dream' Sotthiyapai - Student’s green aspirations being fulfilled at MSU
Student’s green aspirations being fulfilled at MSU.
Electrical engineering researchers develop glaucoma monitoring device.
Electrical engineering researchers develop glaucoma monitoring device.
Beth Burn ('86, computer science) advises others to “remember your roots and leave a legacy.”
Computer science graduate advises others to “remember your roots and leave a legacy.”
Anil Jain and students receive civil citations for helping police in murder investigation.
Anil Jain and students receive civil citations for helping police in murder investigation.
Dr. Lawrence Drzal was a key leader when MSU co-hosted Road 2 Composites, an automotive and transportation workshop focused on scale-up, lightweighting, and high volume composites, May 16-17 in the Composite Vehicle Research Center (CVRC).
Dr. Lawrence Drzal was a key leader when MSU co-hosted a national IACMI workshop on composites.
Nelson Sepúlveda, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, and his research team turned a flag into a loudspeaker.
How engineers turned a flag into a loudspeaker.
Donald Morelli named chair of MSU Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.
Donald Morelli named chair of MSU Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.
Michael Geiger (AES ’17) pulled out his windmill celebration one more time at Commencement.
Michael Geiger (AES ’17) pulled out his windmill celebration one more time at Commencement.
Eight alumni received the college's top alumni awards on May 6 during a banquet at the Kellogg Center. Pictured are (l to r, back row) Dean Leo Kempel, Raymond LaFrey, Scott Morris, Yunhao Liu, Thomas Maleck, and Fred Reusch and (front) Larry Walker, Steven Noll, Renee Jennings Collins, and Joe Lin.
Eight Spartan Engineering alumni were honored May 6 for their significant accomplishments.

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