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Detroit companies try new techniques, practices to fill engineering jobs (Oct. 2012)


Threatened by a chronic shortage of engineers -- exacerbated by years of industry restructuring -- auto companies are having trouble filling job vacancies in Detroit now that the industry is coming back to health. That is particularly alarming for Detroit, a massive engineering hub for the entire industry. Read more at Automotive News



SOLD OUT Career Gallery hits Breslin Center October 3rd and 4th! (Oct. 2012)

MSU’s largest career fair with over 300 employers and 5000 students over the 2 days.  Something for all students, all majors, all colleges.  This event attracts well-known employers representing a variety of industries and full time, internship, and co-op opportunities for students. LIST OF COMPANIES

After hiring lull, auto industry battling Silicon Valley for best college engineering talent (Sept 2012)

The auto industry is back on campus and hiring a different breed of engineer -- those who can help invent the next generation of complex software that pushes the envelope on m.p.g., clean emissions and crash avoidance technologies.

Design Day Features Innovations by Spartan Engineers (Dec. 2011)

Design Day, our bi-annual event showcasing First Year thru Senior Capstone Designs and Innovations will be held Dec. 9th from 8 am - 1 pm in the MSU Union. For more....

Job market for college grads has 'legs' (Nov. 11)

After last year's rollercoaster ride, the job market for college graduates has settled down and appears braced for slow but steady growth, according to MSU's annual Recruiting Trends study. For more:

MSU: Top 10 in study abroad participation, international students (Nov. 11)

MSU is one of only four higher education institutions in the nation to rank in the top 10 for study abroad participation and international student enrollment, according to the Institute of International Education′s annual Open Doors Report. View entire story at:

Broad Business Forum in Metro Chicago - May 19th at the University Club (2011)

Enabling the Smart Mobile Internet

Just as mainframe computers shaped the 1960s and the personal computer changed the 1980s, smartphones will transform the decades ahead. Today, the demand for Internet services over mobile networks is creating unprecedented challenges for mobile operators, application developers, smartphone suppliers, telecommunications-equipment providers and consumers.