BEACON Center nets $22.5 million NSF grant to continue evolution research.
Steve Price to use half a million objects at Guinness World Record attempt Saturday in Detroit.
Darrell Donahue is new chairman of the MSU Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.
Yadu Pokhrel is among the experts who are rethinking how we use fresh water.
A first in the world iris scanning smartphone technology in Japan has ties to MSU Engineering.
Spartan engineers take top honors at 2015 Air and Waste Management Assoc. Environmental Competition.
Add another honor for David Zoltowski ’15 – the ESD Outstanding Student Engineer of the Year.
Multiple national recognitions helped MSU Engineering make a big noise at summit on women and IT.
After 17 years, Tom Wolff steps down as associate dean for undergraduate studies and into new role.
MSU hires the nation’s first endowed chair in genetic programming. He joins CSE and BEACON in 2016.
Dan King wins National Academic Advising Commission and Interest Service Award.
New associate deans Neeraj Buch, John Verboncoeur, and Thomas Voice appointed.
AES student Kora Nixon is exploring indigenous cultures at the University of Waikato.
The art, science, and practice of structural engineering presented at conference, June 29-30.
$400,000 from a grateful former student launches the Anil K. Jain Endowed Graduate Fellowship.
Spartan Spanners finish in top 5 percent in nation in 2015 Student Steel Bridge Competition.
MSU’s newest startup originated as a 2014 Design Day project by biosystems engineering students.
Academy for Global Engagement hosts top government agencies June 3-4 to attract research resources.
Angela Sun receives inaugural National Center for Women & Information Technology Award.
Eight distinguished alumni honored for bringing pride to Michigan State University.
Memorial service this fall will honor mechanical engineering’s Craig Somerton, who died May 9.
Driscoll '97 named 2015 Outstanding Alumnus by MSU Resource Center for Persons With Disabilities.
MSU Engineering says good-bye to 471 undergrads, 54 master’s, and 61 PhD students at Breslin.
Zane Crawford awarded national Computational Science Graduate Fellowship from U.S. Dept. of Energy.
$5 million bequest from 1974 Spartan Engineer will coach and support next generation of innovators.