Engineering News

MSU celebrated the groundbreaking of the $100 million STEM Teaching and Learning Facility on Friday, Aug. 31 -- a one-of-a-kind campus building where new ways to teach the STEM disciplines will be developed. The building will be a shared space, so members of the university community were invited to participate in the ceremony. Representing Engineering were Don Morelli, Dean Leo Kempel, Martin Crimp, Dirk Colbry, Anne Eisenlohr and Tom Voice.
MSU has officially broken ground on the new $100 million STEM Teaching and Learning Facility.
MSU welcomed its newest cohort of Supporting Excellent Engineers (SEE) Scholars in August 2018.
MSU welcomes its newest cohort of Supporting Excellent Engineers (SEE) Scholars.
MSU leaders are embracing the future of STEM with a $100 million investment in classroom and lab space. A groundbreaking is planned for Aug. 31.
Groundbreaking for MSU's new $100 million STEM facility set for Aug. 31.
Diana Jo Dalski of Battle Creek is among the 383 women in the entering freshmen class. She is the valedictorian at Pennfield High School in Battle Creek and a graduate of the Battle Creek Area Math and Science Center. She will major in computer engineering, with a biomedical specialty.
MSU Engineering to set enrollment benchmarks for welcoming women and underrepresented minorities.
Automated vehicles will create a shift in workforce demands.
Automated vehicles will create a shift in workforce demands.
 Katy Luchini Colbry named assistant dean for Graduate Student Services in the MSU College of Engineering.
Katy Luchini Colbry named assistant dean for Graduate Student Services at MSU Engineering.
MSU students honored with Engineering Society of Detroit Student Chapter Leadership Award.
MSU students honored with Engineering Society of Detroit Student Chapter Leadership Award.
Yue Qi named first associate dean for inclusion and diversity in College of Engineering.
Yue Qi named first associate dean for inclusion and diversity in MSU College of Engineering.
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.

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