Alumni & Friends News

Lauren Grigg
Activities from an Engineering Expo to Dress for Success highlighted a busy, successful EWeek.
Claudio Calderon
Containing oil spills research earns student award from National Center for Institutional Diversity.
Peter Lillehoj
A $400,000 CAREER Award will support research on wearable biosensors to detect illness.
The changes and success in 2013 shaped the college's activities and momentum for the upcoming year.
Walking across the stage at graduation was its own sign of success for this EE grad.
The Pavement Engineering Group awarded a Tier 1 University Transportation Center from USDOT.
Innovation, technical skills and hard work are the showcase of Design Day.
Vikram Mandelia is spending his autumn as an intern in Washington, D.C.
Engineering students help advance a joystick for those with dexterity impairments.
An international effort aided by MSU is featured by CRDF Global as a premier example.
Sensors being developed to extract their power from the vibration and strain of their environment.
Tamara Reid Bush, Dawn Reinhold and Eric Torng are among only 73 in nation invited to FOEE.
Lalita Udpa leads effort to better detect cracks in aircraft
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers student design contest is won by a Spartan again.
Outstanding contributions to physics earns Foss distinguished recognition.
Center for Engineering Education Research to help identify learning obstacles in STEM classes.
QR Codes to help engineering students put their best foot forward at Career Gallery Events.
Caroline Williams
Civil and environmental engineering senior honored by ASCE
Venkatesh Kodur
An internationally recognized scholar was recognized at the Structures 2013 Congress in May.
Three students take first place at the national Student Startup Madness tournament.
Research on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells is aimed at reducing operating temperatures and costs.
Europe's leading applied research organization celebrates a decade of collaboration and learning.
College-bound students are welcome to come and check out the best of Spartan Engineering.
A service-learning project will create Java programs that gather data on local energy usage.
CoRe mentors welcome new students
The Spartan Engineering freshman class has doubled since 2006.

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