Websites

Women in Engineering

Formerly as a few simple pages on the College of Engineering website, the Women in Engineering group launched a new stand-alone Drupal CMS site on February 27, 2015. The new site has a rotating photo feature, news and events feeds via the college site, as well as a Highlights section for their YouTube videos. DECS is in the process of working with the WIE staff now to build three summer program applications which will be tied to the MSU CASHNet system for online credit card payments. Check it out!

Applied Engineering Sciences

Formerly a Google site, the new website, which was launched February 10, 2015, is built with the Drupal Content Management System. It has the new Engineering theme and latest MSU brand standards. The homepage has a large rotating photo feature as well as news and events feeds via the College of Engineering website.

Formula Racing Team

Formerly a WordPress website, the new site is built with Drupal CMS as a responsive design and was launched on January 30, 2015. The homepage has a large rotating photo feature, news/blog section and a rotating sponsors section. The site also highlights their multimedia connections, photo galleries, a forum and their WIKI. Check out the new look!

The HIVE

Launched on December 2, 2014, the HIVE website, built with Drupal CMS, features a new 3,800 square foot dynamic “idea laboratory” located in Wilson Hall.  The website homepage has a rotating photo feature highlighting the various lab and study spaces. The site also has a Twitter feed, a list of the courses offered in the lab, the current supporting partners and how to get involved.

Neurology & Ophthalmology

From the College of Osteopathic Medicine and the College of Human Medicine, the Department of Neurology & Ophthalmology launched their new website on November 4, 2014. Formerly in HTML, the new site was built with the Drupal Content Management System. The homepage has a rotating photo feature, news and announcements, and an events calendar listing the department’s lecture series, board reviews and various clinical conferences. The new site also includes detailed directories of the faculty, residents and fellows, as well as, an MSU Authenticated login section for them to access on-call schedules, phone numbers, and related course materials.

Secretary for Academic Governance

The Office of the Secretary for Academic Governance launched their new website on October 1, 2014. Formerly in HTML, the new site was built with the Drupal Content Management System (CMS). Each committee has a direct link to their description within the bylaws, a listing of minutes and agendas for the past 10 years, current members and a list of upcoming meeting dates for the academic year. The site also includes a calendar that displays all of the upcoming committees' meetings in a calendar view as well as a chronological listing. The Academic Governance Office is now working with DECS on further development of the Current Topics section to include detailed statuses of each topic such as: under review, referred to by another office and related voting information.

Diversity Programs Office

Just launched on April 25, 2014, the College of Engineering Diversity Programs Office has a new website! Check it out!


Electrical Machines & Drives Laboratory

On March 17, 2014 the Electrical Machines & Drives Laboratory group launched their new research website. Along with a list of their current research projects, the site features the group members, latest publications, related MSU courses and a four-part video tutorial series on using Real Time Lab View.


Featured Fellows

Featured Fellows is a new website for the MSU Graduate School that was launched on February 25, 2014. With a responsive design and "Metro Style" home page, visitors can easily search the site by a named fellow, a fellowship or by the college. There are also highlights for recent news, a news archives listing and links to seven social media sites for the MSU Graduate School.


The Honors College

The new Honors College website launched January 3, 2014. Formerly HTML, the new site is built with the Drupal Content Management System (CMS) and has a rotating homepage feature along with six colorful highlights for News, Events, Directory, Honors College Profiles, Advising and Support the College. Along with the rotating feature, the news and events sections are a few of the Drupal content types, providing an easy way for the site editor to add new content while keeping the site fresh and up-to-date.