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Richard Lunt has been appointed to the Johansen Crosby Professorship of Chemical Engineering at MSU.
A public memorial service for Mike Sadler (AES '13) is 3 p.m. Sunday at Spartan Stadium.
Spartan Engineers will use $1.1 million grant to study a nucleus's journey through MSU’s FRIB.
Adam Lyman ’15 goes back to Africa to work on bicycle powered bean thresher for small-scale farmers.
ECE's Mi Zhang to study technology to help the elderly stay in their homes.
Roger C. Haut presented national ASME recognition for outstanding achievements in bioengineering.
Mashable is spreading the inspiring story of MSU's Jordyn Castor (’15), a blind engineer at Apple.
A $2 million estate gift will endow research on the nation’s strained transportation infrastructure.
A $150,000 gift from Marathon Petroleum adds support for STEM students in ESSA.
MSU’s most impactful graduate of all time, Verghese Kurien ('48, ME), is remembered during ceremony.
Kevin Kern is pursuing his interest in math and computer science, thanks to a Petersen Scholarship.
MSU student team did well for first-time team, ended 14 of 24 at international competition.
The Engineering Building will house MSU's newest supercomputing resource - three hybrid clusters.
Pang-Ning Tan and Sparrow Health System working on a new mobile app, mHeart, to help heart patients.
Larry Drzal to receive SPE Lifetime Achievement Award, Medal of Excellence in Composite Materials.
An MSU team returns to Rwanda this summer for TechKobwa 2016 to inspire girls and women into ICT.
Of the 23 UDS and ADS scholars entering MSU this fall, 25 percent are headed to MSU Engineering.
Anand Saripalli (’16) will use a year of NIH funding to inspire his passion in biomedical research.
Peter Lillehoj will develop a low-cost skin patch to rapidly and safely detect malaria.
MSU’s Formula SAE Racing Team ranked #5 out of 120 international teams at 2016 Formula SAE at MIS.
Mi Zhang leads research on wearable technology that could detect health risks and depression.
Researcher Erin Purcell is working to improve the neural devices that interface with the brain.
Venkatesh Kodur named chair of MSU civil and environmental engineering department.
Martin Hawley and seven Spartan Engineering alumni honored for significant accomplishments.
MSU Engineering says good-bye to 600 undergrads, 68 master’s, and 52 PhD students in Spring 2016.

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