Engineering News

MSU’s Empower Extraordinary campaign hits $1.5 billion goal early, continues fundraising momentum.
MSU’s Empower Extraordinary campaign hits $1.5 billion goal early, continues fundraising momentum.
Meredith Detweiler, Emily Dettloff and Hunter Jones are the 2017-18 Von Ehr Scholars.
Meredith Detweiler, Emily Dettloff and Hunter Jones are the 2017-18 Von Ehr Scholars.
As 5,660 undergraduates prepare to come to the College of Engineering for 2017-18, groups like Leadership Advantage are kicking off the welcome for entering freshmen - who were fed pizza, of course!
Welcome Spartan Engineers - 5,660 undergraduates and 800 graduate students in 2017-18.
Almost half of the 20 newest MSU Alumni Distinguished Scholarship or University Distinguished Scholarship recipients are headed to engineering!
Engineering to welcome nine of MSU's top incoming student scholars.
A one-credit class in the MSU College of Engineering has 75 students exploring, sight seeing and networking in Detroit, Grand Rapids, Jackson, and Lansing with an intent to help these Spartan engineers fall in love with a new hometown.
A one-credit class has 160 students exploring Detroit, Grand Rapids, Jackson, and Lansing.
Michael Geiger (AES ’17) pulled out his windmill celebration one more time at Commencement.
Michael Geiger (AES ’17) pulled out his windmill celebration one more time at Commencement.
Eight alumni received the college's top alumni awards on May 6 during a banquet at the Kellogg Center. Pictured are (l to r, back row) Dean Leo Kempel, Raymond LaFrey, Scott Morris, Yunhao Liu, Thomas Maleck, and Fred Reusch and (front) Larry Walker, Steven Noll, Renee Jennings Collins, and Joe Lin.
Eight Spartan Engineering alumni were honored May 6 for their significant accomplishments.
MSU Engineering says good-bye to 663 undergrads, 119 master’s, and 51 PhD students this weekend.
MSU Engineering says good-bye to 663 undergrads, 119 master’s, and 51 PhD students this weekend.
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.
Almost 250 teams showcase their projects and their lessons learned at Design Day.

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