Engineering News

Peter Lillehoj
A $400,000 CAREER Award will support research on wearable biosensors to detect illness.
The changes and success in 2013 shaped the college's activities and momentum for the upcoming year.
Walking across the stage at graduation was its own sign of success for this EE grad.
The Pavement Engineering Group awarded a Tier 1 University Transportation Center from USDOT.
Innovation, technical skills and hard work are the showcase of Design Day.
Bernadette Friedrich received the inaugural Triangle Fraternity Outstanding Advisor Award.
MSU continues to work to attract more female students into the employment-rich fields of computing.
Vikram Mandelia is spending his autumn as an intern in Washington, D.C.
Engineering students help advance a joystick for those with dexterity impairments.
Sensors being developed to extract their power from the vibration and strain of their environment.

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