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MSU Engineering says good-bye to 600 undergrads, 68 master’s, and 52 PhD students this weekend.
Sensor research by Phanikumar Mantha uses beach buoys as a water quality warning system.
Spring Design Day is 20 percent bigger, featuring innovations of 276 teams and 1,138 students.
Bosch and the Bosch Community Fund renew $200,000 in support for the CoRe Experience.
Spartan Engineers from ME285 presented their vending design to the stars of Shark Tank.
Jes Asmussen presented with the 2016 MSU Technology Transfer Achievement Award.
Wei Lai receives a $500,000 NSF CAREER Award for bi-functional battery research.
Professor Evangelyn Alocilja is named the MSU undergrad research faculty mentor of the year.
2016 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship will advance Maria Castano’s work in autonomous robotic fish.
More than 300 presented innovative research at 2016 Grad Research Symposium.
MSU hosted steel bridge and concrete canoe regional competitions April 7-9.
Researcher Mahmood Haq is working to make cars lighter and stronger.
Thomas F. Wolff elected president of 119,000-member Chi Epsilon civil engineering honor society.
Research by Kevin Liu to create new statistical models to better understand evolutionary biology.
MSU lost its Engineering Building to a devastating fire 100 years ago this week.
NSF grant to extend MSU STEM outreach through Research Experiences for Teachers.
Matthew Hirn to further next generation machine learning algorithms with Sloan Fellowship.
Aspirations in Computing to honor young women on March 5 at MSU.
Craig Rogerson '79 donates $1.7 million real estate gift to advance chemical engineering.
Ben Cooper will serve humanitarian needs as a water and sanitation engineer in the Peace Corps.
Bernadette Friedrich earns national recognition for contributions to cooperative education.
Celebrations planned in honor of National Engineers Week, Feb. 21-27.
Haslett VEX Raptors win 2016 Michigan VEX Robotics state championship.
Michigan's largest ever VEX Robotics championship is Sunday, Feb. 21, at MSU Jenison Fieldhouse.
Google flies Rachael Acker to California to explore how to retain women in computer science.

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