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Volodymyr Tarabara to conduct water quality research in Republic of Georgia as Fulbright Scholar.
Markus Downey's research on fiber-reinforced polymer composites earns award.
Ajith Chakkedath advances magnesium alloy research while learning study abroad skills.
Largest freshman class in 28 years includes significant rise in women students.
Computer scientist honored for advancing pattern recognition and data privacy.
Pilot program with two of India’s premier institutions seeks more research and doctoral students.
The Center for Spartan Engineering expands international outreach.
Doug Zongker ’96 commits $2 million for endowed chair in computer science.
Kempel to continue to lead the college he has served for 16 years.
Spartan Engineering among the leading automotive colleges in the nation.
Computer science senior David Kircos wins #hackDPL to aid Detroit Public Library.
Anil Jain appointed to NIST Forensic Science Standards Board.
Spartan engineers offered road building and LEGO fun at 32nd annual Metro Youth Day.
Spartan engineers offered road building and LEGO fun at 32nd annual Metro Youth Day.
Don Morelli led the research for a new thermoelectric material for better waste-heat recovery.
Strider-like water sensor being developed to help detect contaminants in water.
Internships open career doors, like the job in subsea operations that Rami Janoudi '13 is enjoying.
Spartan team finishes in Top 10 at 2014 International Formula SAE.
ECE Professor Linos Jacovides set foundation to power today’s electric and hybrid vehicles.
Tom Pence and John Foss co-chair U.S. National Congress on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics.
MSU Baja Racing Team finishes in Top 40 in the nation.
Research from biosystems and ag engineering is nearing commercialization.
College of Engineering will share $1.5 million to expand STEM learning.
MSU Engineering honors nine for professional and philanthropic achievements.
Haslett VEX Raptors MSU brings home VEX Robotics World Excellence Award.

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