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The MSU College of Engineering awarded $100,000 in scholarships at the 2021 Dean’s Showcase of Stars.
Alumni update – Damon L. Garrett has been promoted to president at Metro Consulting Associates in Plymouth. A founding member of MCA, he has more than 20 years of experience in civil engineering, executive leadership, and project management.
Ti’Air Riggins has been named the recipient of the National Institutes of Health Blueprint Diversity Specialized Award in Neuroscience.
Howard University has appointed Anthony D. Wilbon, PhD, PMP, as the dean of the Howard University School of Business.
Mitzi Montoya (AES ’90) has been named dean of the Anderson School of Management at the University of New Mexico
Alumni Update — Malik Hall is a program manager at Microsoft in the Seattle area. He oversees the deployment of New Technology hardware for Azure Cloud Platform. Malik is the co-lead for Diversity and Inclusion at Microsoft, and helps the tech giant form foundations and strategies on diversity and inclusion. In addition, he is a co-founder of a startup called JustGrabit which was selected to participate in Version One Accelerator program. Malik is a 2018 Applied Engineering Sciences Graduate with a Concentration in Supply Chain Management and Minor in Computer Science. Please reach out to Malik on LinkedIn to connect with him.
Areli Cardenas Arteaga is a junior majoring in civil engineering. Last spring, Cardenas participated in the Get MI Degree campaign, representing Michigan State University. - Courtesy of MSUToday
ESSA helps MSU convert high-risk math students into STEM graduates.
Alyse Way ('16) honored with 2018 Technology Rising Star award at Women of Color STEM Conference.
Stephanie Luster-Teasley (MS ’00, PhD ’03 CIV EGR) receives Innovation Award at 2018 Black Engineer of the Year ceremonies in Washington, D.C.
Many students were honored Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018 at the Dean's Showcase of Stars at the MSU Kellogg Center.
Engineering Society of Detroit Publication - Technology Center - Edited by Matt Roush. The College of Engineering has exploded from 3,000 to 5,000 students just over the past five years, with more growth on the way — a 130,000-square-foot Bio Engineering Facility will add brand-new biotech labs to campus next year.
ASEE's Going the Distance highlights retention efforts at six institutions with proven programs and practices. It is part of ASEE's retention project, funded in part by Intel.
Theodore Caldwell, DPO Director, welcomes awardees and corporate representatives at the 2014 Deans Showcase of Stars Breakfast.