Alumni & Friends News

College of Business partners with Engineering and Natural Science to offer MS degree beginning Jan.
MSU team wins slalom event with fastest time of 9.3 seconds during American Solar Challenge
Team of students designs, builds, and competes in Lincoln, Nebraska, with Formula-style racecar
CHEMS alum and family display their Spartan Spirit on the license plates of their vehicles
Kelly McElroy was first engineering student to receive new degree during December 2011 commencement
College of Engineering honors (Graduates of Lasting Distinction) at June 7 luncheon
MSU College of Engineering recognizes exceptional achievements during May 5 event
Associate professor of mechanical engineering recognized by American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Diversity Programs Office receives award for efforts to retain underrepresented minority students
Mairin Chesney named Goldwater Scholar; Megan Buczkowski, CHEMS, receives honorable mention
Representatives from the Government of India and research institutions visit College of Engineering
More than 40 high school teams from Michigan vie for the right to advance to world championship
Evangelyn Alocilja, MSU AgBioResearch scientist, is chief scientific officer of new company
VEX Robotics Competition
Regional VEX Robotics competition last Feb. at MSU
photo of grad research symposium sign
Faculty, students, alumni, industry professionals explore connections between research and practice
photo of Gary Cloud
Cloud delivers lecture during annual meeting of Society for Experimental Mechanics
Founder and Former CEO of Apple Dies at 56
Microwave technology developed by MIT researcher Greg Charvat allows humans to see through concrete
Ribbon cutting marks opening of new Transportation Commons in Wilson Hall
MSU hosts regional robotics competition for elementary and middle school students on Nov. 12
MSU solar car team members designed, built, and raced a solar car at the Formula Sun Grand Prix
Associate prof S. Patrick Walton chosen to participate in NAE’s Frontiers of Engineering Education
Ribbon cutting marks opening of new Energy Theme Floor in Wilson Hall
Gene-Z capable of detecting cancer and instantly identifying diseases that attack crops and plants

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