Engineering News

 An essay co-written by Pranshu Bajpai and Richard Enbody from Computer Science & Engineering is trending nationally.
An essay co-written by CSE's Pranshu Bajpai and Richard Enbody is trending nationally.
Two from the College of Engineering receive prestigious three-year NSF fellowships for advanced study.
Two Spartan Engineers receive prestigious three-year NSF fellowships for advanced study.
ME Chair James Klausner and Thomas Wielenga '78 pose near a creativity poster during the announcement of a $1 million gift to the college to establish the Creative Engineering Endowed Professorship.
$1 million gift to MSUEngineering establishes Wielenga Creative Engineering Endowed Professorship.
LEGO Robotics is one of the summer camps offered by MSU Engineering in 2018.
Register now for summer camps at MSU Engineering.
 Civil engineer Will Allen (’07) named 2018 Rising Star by Civil + Structural Engineer magazine.
Civil engineer Will Allen (’07) named 2018 Rising Star by Civil + Structural Engineer magazine.
Nine Spartan Engineers will graduate on Sunday, May 6, with a 4.0 GPA and have been awarded the Board of Trustees’ Award for having the highest scholastic average at the close of their last semester at MSU.
Nine graduating Spartan Engineers awarded Trustees' honor for perfect 4.0 GPA.
Commencement - Spring 2018: Kelly Patterson, a senior in mechanical engineering with a concentration in biomechanics, will present “Engineering Builds Character” as the senior class address.
Kelly Patterson to offer Commencement address as MSU Engineering says good-bye to 824 graduates.
The 2018 Claud R. Erickson Distinguished Alumni Award goes to Jianchang "JC" Mao, corporate vice president for artificial intelligence and research at Microsoft.
JC Mao to receive 2018 Claud Erickson Distinguished Alumni Award for significant achievement May 5.
Karen Sadler and MSU Head Football Coach Mark Dantonio presented the 2018 Mike Sadler Competitive Edge Award to the winning team (front, left) Karen Sadler, Hao Shen, Paul Rankin, Detong Che, Zixuan Zhang, Coach Mark Dantonio, and (back) AES Director Laura Genik, Charlie Morgan, Tim Els, Patrick Donovan, and Joe Backlas.
Karen Sadler and Football Coach Mark Dantonio returned to the college to present this year's award.
Teams like Samantha Oldenburg, Mustafa Jebara, Dane Rosseter, Alex Wuillaume, and Shun Ran have completed their Design Day projects and will be among the 1,100 engineering students presenting Friday at Spring Design Day. This Computer Science & Engineering team created a mobile app that enables people with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy to regain control of their arms and experience a much larger range of motion.
More than 1,100 engineering students will present their innovative projects Friday at Design Day.