Alumni & Friends News

Stabenow makes announcement during a press conference at MSU's Energy and Automotive Research
Professor Fang Peng and his graduate students will benefit from $100,000 gift for 2nd year in a row
Steven Shaw and Ning Xi are among ten MSU faculty to receive this prestigious title in 2011
US Department of Energy to provide funding to advance technology developed by MSU Prof Bruce Dale
Engineering Arts ’86 grad nominated for Best Achievement in Visual Effects for Alice in Wonde
ME alum, head of Iraqi National Investment Commission, discusses rebuilding Iraq and a better future
Civil and environmental engineering professor receives James M. Robbins Excellence in Teaching Award
Chairperson of Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in new position effective August 1
College honors "Graduates of Lasting Distinction" at June 2 luncheon
Civil engineering associate professor's work recognized by Engineering Society of Detroit
MSU students Ryan Hunt and Adam Rainbolt pull 28-year-old pregnant woman from her burning car
Materials science major wins MSU Office of International Studies and Programs Homer Higbee Award
Mechanical engineering grad and swimmer received multiple honors for tremendous success in classroom
First-year engineering students exhibit service-learning projects; seniors display capstone projects
Graphic for GRAD FEST
Grad Fest - Engineering Building lobby, April 27, 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. Free photos & refreshment
ME assistant prof awarded grant to study ignition and oxidation of bio-derived future navy fuels
Kaitlin Tyler is one of 275 students selected for this premier award from a field of 1,095 nominees
Withrow Teaching Awards, Distinguished Scholar Awards, and Service Awards given to 11 individuals
Winning teams from MSU's VEX Spartan Robotics Challenge will compete in Florida April 14-16
ECE assistant prof focuses on biocompatible, bi-directional, multi-channel magnetic neural implants
Team works in Tanzania over the summer to further work started in 2008 as ECE capstone project
ECE assistant prof develops nanotechnologies to benefit electronics, microscopy, health care fields
Lacey Best-Rowden, computer science and engineering PhD student, is one of ten winners
Michael Lamach (BS Egr Arts '85), Ingersoll Rand president, CEO, & board chair, on campus Feb
CSE research team's work appears in March issue of prestigious IEEE journal

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