Engineering News

MSU’s most impactful graduate of all time - Verghese Kurien ('48, ME) -- is remembered during ceremony.
MSU’s most impactful graduate of all time, Verghese Kurien ('48, ME), is remembered during ceremony.
Kevin Kern is pursuing his passion for math and computer science, thanks to a Petersen Scholarship.
Kevin Kern is pursuing his interest in math and computer science, thanks to a Petersen Scholarship.
MSU student team ended 14 of 24 at international competition.
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.
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.
Pang-Ning Tan and Sparrow Health System working on a new mobile app, mHeart, to help heart patients.
Congratulations to University Distinguished Professor Lawrence Drzal for two national awards -- SPE Lifetime Achievement and Medal of Excellence in Composite Materials.
Larry Drzal to receive SPE Lifetime Achievement Award, Medal of Excellence in Composite Materials.
 A team from Michigan State University will return to Rwanda this summer for TechKobwa 2016, a project to inspire Rwandan women to pursue careers in the information and communications technology (ICT) sectors.
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.
Of the 23 UDS and ADS scholars entering MSU this fall, 25 percent are headed to MSU Engineering.
Anand Saripalli (’16) will utilize a year of NIH funding to inspire his passion in biomedical research at MSU.
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 that can rapidly and safely detect malaria as a Grand Challenges Explorations winner.
Peter Lillehoj will develop a low-cost skin patch to rapidly and safely detect malaria.

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