Alumni & Friends News

Five graduating Spartan Engineers received Board of Trustees Award Dec. 14 as they graduate from MSU.
Five graduating Spartan Engineers receive Board of Trustees awards for high academic achievement.
Civil and environmental engineer Yadu Pokhrel studies the downside of damming the Mekong River basin in Southeast Asia.
Yadu Pokhrel studies the downside of damming the Mekong River basin in Southeast Asia.
MSU Engineering graduates 327 undergrads, 24 master’s, and 32 PhD students Dec. 14-15.
MSU Engineering graduates 327 undergrads, 24 master’s, and 32 PhD students Dec. 14-15.
During the holidays, it’s not just Santa who’s watching you. Hackers are lurking, so be equally mindful of your phone as you are your cash and credit cards.
Protect your phone and data from grinches this holiday season.
The Michigan State University College of Engineering will celebrate a quarter-century of student creativity and innovation on Friday, Dec. 7, during 25 Years of Design Day.
MSU Engineering will celebrate a quarter-century of student innovation on Friday, Dec. 7.
University Distinguished Professor Anil Jain named Fellow by The World Academy of Sciences.
University Distinguished Professor Anil Jain named Fellow by The World Academy of Sciences.
Arun Ross, Michigan State University professor of computer science and engineering, and NYU colleagues coined the term “MasterPrint” to describe how partial fingerprint-based systems can be compromised by using strategically created fake prints.
Research by CSE Professor Arun Ross found that smartphones can be fooled by fake prints.
Professor Percy Pierre will retire at the end of 2018 among the most celebrated members of the MSU College of Engineering – or any engineering college in America.
The man "who changed the face of engineering" says good bye to MSU.
The College of Engineering received $23,055 to support Spartan Engineering students and programs on Give Green Day on Nov. 27, 2018, including $3,680 for the Diversity Programs Endowed Discretionary Fund.
2018 Give Green Day brings in $23,055 for Spartan Engineering students and programs.
MSU’s Engineering and Science Success Academy (ESSA) – a seven-week summer residential program for high school students from underrepresented populations -- help acclimate incoming freshmen to the academic and environmental aspects of college life.
ESSA helps MSU convert high-risk math students into STEM graduates.
Ana Starks is among the Spartans helping MSU exceed the national average for study abroad in the STEM fields. Ana is a freshman in computer science and went to Germany to study in a first-year seminar abroad.
MSU in top 10 in nation for international learning participation - 275 programs in 60 countries.
Alumni and friends of the Michigan State University College of Engineering were among those honored at the 2018 Grand Awards Gala on Nov. 9 at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center.
MSU recognizes top alumni and friends at 2018 Alumni Grand Awards Gala.
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Norbert Müller joins with four scientists at MSU to warn about the dark side of hydropower from dams.
Five scientists at MSU examine the dark side of hydropower from dams.
Two three-year grants will help the College of Engineering continue its efforts in building a more inclusive environment.
Two new grants will help the college continue to build a more inclusive environment.
Alumni update – Ben Cooper (‘16) experienced a new way of life during his two years in the Andres Mountains of Peru as a Peace Corps volunteer.
Ben Cooper (‘16) experienced a new way of life during two years in Peru as a Peace Corps volunteer.
MSU is transforming its 5,200-acre campus into a live, connected ecosystem to drive mobility research and advance smart-vehicle technology.
MSU's 5,200-acre campus is transforming into an advanced mobility ecosystem.
 Mark Van Port Fleet, a 1979 civil engineering graduate, is the new director of the Michigan Department of Transportation.
Mark Van Port Fleet ('79) is the new director of the Michigan Department of Transportation.
Researcher Bryan Smith from Michigan State University and a colleague from Stanford University have created a computer simulation, validated by experimental results, to help design drug-delivery nanoparticles that carry cancer-fighting medicines directly to tumors, while minimizing the potential side-effects on healthy cells.
New computer model designs a drug delivery strategy to fight cancer.
MSU Engineering celebrates a decade of creating tomorrow’s engineers through the Cornerstone & Residential Experience.
Celebrating a decade of creating tomorrow’s engineers in the Cornerstone & Residential Experience.
MSU and NTUA have formalized a dual PhD program to train professionals. Officiating (seated, left to right) at the ceremony were MSU Engineering Dean Leo Kempel and NTUA Rector Dr. John Golias and representatives from NTUA and MSU.
MSU signs dual PhD agreement with National Technical University of Athens in Greece.
Celebrating the close of MSU’s Empower Extraordinary Campaign - $1.7 billion.
Celebrating the close of MSU’s Empower Extraordinary Campaign - $1.7 billion.
Evolution is at work in computers as well as life sciences, says Arend Hintze, MSU assistant professor of integrative biology and computer science and engineering.
Evolution is at work in computers as well as life sciences.
Michigan State University-Fraunhofer USA, Inc. Center for Coatings and Diamond Technologies (MSU-Fraunhofer) is developing a scalable treatment option for PFAS-contaminated wastewater.
MSU-Fraunhofer is developing a scalable treatment option for PFAS-contaminated wastewater.
MSU and Capital Area District Libraries establish local computer science coding club for youth.
MSU and Capital Area District Libraries establish local computer science coding club for youth.
Seventy experts in nondestructive evaluation gathered in Detroit in September 2018 for an international workshop hosted by MSU.
MSU hosts 23rd International Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation Workshop.

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