Alumni & Friends

Alumni & Friends

Thank you for visiting the College of Engineering's alumni website, your resource for keeping in contact with your fellow Spartan Engineering alumni, getting the college's latest news and recent developments, and keeping up-to-date on alumni events.

Where ever you are and whatever you're doing, we hope you'll keep in touch!  You are a vital part of our college and we encourage you to become involved with your alma mater.  For more information on alumni programs within the College of Engineering, or if you have any newsworthy information to share, please contact the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at:

Engineering Building
428 S. Shaw Lane, Room 3536
East Lansing, Michigan  48824-1226
Phone: 517-355-8339
Fax: 517-353-9405
Email: egrdevel@egr.msu.edu


Class Notes and In Memoriam

See the latest engineering alumni accomplishments, awards, and updates.


Alumni & Friends News

MSU joins Midwest network ensuring success of U.S. semiconductor and microelectronics supply chain
Michigan State University has joined 11 other colleges and universities from Michigan, Indiana and Ohio to address national priorities for semiconductor and microelectronics research, education and workforce development.
With their antennae and neural circuitry, locusts can differentiate myriad odors, including those released by cancer cells. Spartan researchers are tapping into the insects’ brains to take advantage of that for early detection. Credit: Derrick L. Turner
Michigan State research shows insects can differentiate between cancer cells and healthy cells, which could help detect the disease earlier
​​​​​​​Engineering Librarian retires from MSU Libraries after 37 years.
Engineering Librarian retires from MSU Libraries after 37 years.
ChEMS professor adds new title to his 65-year Spartan legacy -- retiree.
ChEMS professor adds new title to his 65-year Spartan legacy -- retiree.
Increased global temperatures having noticeable impact on the Earth’s water cycle.
Increased global temperatures having noticeable impact on the Earth’s water cycle.