CoRe and Bosch celebrated Bosch's renewal of support to the college's CoRe Experience.
Additional information is available in the College of Engineering article here. This has also been featured on the Bosch Press Site. Click here to read the full article on the Bosch website.
Engineers in the 21st Century need the ability to innovate, communicate, and perform at the highest levels in an increasingly global and demanding world. Producing graduates that meet these standards is critical to retaining America's technical leadership.
The MSU College of Engineering has responded to this need through an initiative that integrates the first year engineering academic program and an engineering living-learning community to support the personal and professional growth of these students during this important transition year.
Part of the mission of the CoRe Experience is to excite students about the importance of engineering and the positive impact that engineers make on society and the world around them. One way we accomplish this is to partner with corporate sponsors to bring real-world expertise and challenges into the classroom and residential environment, reinforcing the relevance of studies in engineering to solving global challenges.
February 5, 2016
CoRe and General Electric (GE) are Featured in the Detroit Free Press
CoRe and General Electric celebrated GE's renewal of support to the college's CoRe Experience. Additional information is available in the College of Engineering article. This has also been featured in the Detroit Free Press. The article, "Michigan State engineering program gets boost froom GE" covers GE's renewed relationship with Michigan State University and its dedicating the redesigned third-floor lobby in East Wilson Hall to celebrate the company's most recent gift to the college's CoRe Experience.
CoRe and the College of Engineering are Featured in the Technology Century
CoRe and the College of Engineering are featured in Technology Century, a publication of the Engineering Society of Detroit. The article, "Tech Tour Day Nine: MSU’s STEM Pipeline Growing" covers author Matt Roush's recent visit to MSU as part of his 'Tech Tour'. Mr. Roush visited the CoRe Experience, Diversity Program Office, the Hive, Dean Kempel as well as faculty members in Civil Engineering and Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.
March 13, 2014
CoRe Academic Director, Timothy Hinds Wins 2014 Withrow Student Service Award
Mr. Hinds received the 2014 Withrow Student Service Award in recognition of his outstanding service to students. Mr. Hinds was honored at the 24th annual College of Engineering Awards Luncheon on March 13, 2014. Additional information on the Withrow Student Service Award and the 2014 College of Engineering Awards Luncheon is available in the College of Engineering article.