Engineering News

AES Director Laura Genik, Coach Mark Dantonio, and Karen Sadler presented the first Mike Sadler Competitive Edge Award.  Pictured are: Back Row (left to right) - Applied Engineering Sciences Director Laura Genik, Chang Joon Kim, Edward Okuniewski, Derek Stockman, and Daniel Feenstra  Front Row (left to right) - Coach Mark Dantonio, Junyu Liu, Jasmine Lim, Rachel Gasparovich, Hanish Mehta, and Karen Sadler.
MSU Engineering presents inaugural Mike Sadler Competitive Edge Award at 2017 Design Day.
MSU engineering student Travis Nichols and third-grade student Kaiden Hiller, 9, discuss ways to improve the video game, Movers Who Care, which was created for Design Day Spring 2017.
As 246 teams prepare for Design Day on Friday - key insights come from listening to project users.
Engineering Dean Leo Kempel celebrates as the Michigan State University College of Engineering reaches its goal for the Empower Extraordinary capital campaign and continues to propel forward.
The college seeks more scholarships and endowed chairs as it hits a campaign milestone.
Eleven receive top honors during 2017 Engineering Awards Luncheon.
Eleven receive top honors during 2017 Engineering Awards Luncheon.
   AES major Hew Hamilton takes the $1,000 grand prize at February’s Hatching event for entrepreneurs.
AES major Hew Hamilton takes $1,000 grand prize at February’s Hatching event for entrepreneurs.
The MSU Society of Women Engineers hosted the 2017 Evening With Industry on Feb. 22, 2017.
Dozens of students were honored at the spring banquet, hosted by the Society of Women Engineers.
Spartan Engineering will celebrate the contributions of science and engineering during EWeek, Feb. 18-25.
Spartan Engineering celebrates science and engineering during EWeek 2017, Feb. 19-25.
Best wishes for a promising 2017 from Engineering Dean Leo Kempel.
Best wishes for a promising 2017 from Engineering Dean Leo Kempel.
The College of Engineering honored Natalie Crawford and said farewell to 266 undergrads, 20 master’s and 32 PhD graduates at December commencement.
The College of Engineering honored Natalie Crawford and said farewell to 318 graduates Dec. 16-17.
An historic $12.7 million gift from Dr. John Koza – the largest individual gift in college history, headed to College of Engineering and BEACON Center.
John Koza commits $12.7 million to MSUEngineering, BEACON Center - largest gift in college history.

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