Engineering News

Abstracts are due March 8 for MSU SciComm’s 2019 SciArt Program called “Life.”
Abstracts are due March 8 for MSU's 2019 SciArt Program.
Sandy Christlieb (left) and Judy Cordes (right) from MSU Women in Engineering share a light moment with Lynn Frostman (BS CHEM EGR ’90) during her recent visit to campus. She and her husband, Mike, have created the Frostman and ZumMallen Scholarship for Engineering.
Lynn Frostman (’90) recognized for creating new engineering scholarship.
MSU to celebrate National Engineers Week with 'Invent Amazing' from Feb. 16-24.
MSU celebrates National Engineers Week with 'Invent Amazing.'
Satish Udpa, executive vice president for administrative services, has been named acting president of Michigan State University. Udpa is the former dean of the College of Engineering.
Former Engineering Dean Satish Udpa named acting president of MSU.
College of Engineering New Year Card 2019
Happy Holidays and thank you for your dedication and support - from Dean Kempel.
MSU Engineering graduates 327 undergrads, 24 master’s, and 32 PhD students Dec. 14-15.
MSU Engineering graduates 327 undergrads, 24 master’s, and 32 PhD students Dec. 14-15.
The Michigan State University College of Engineering will celebrate a quarter-century of student creativity and innovation on Friday, Dec. 7, during 25 Years of Design Day.
MSU Engineering will celebrate a quarter-century of student innovation on Friday, Dec. 7.
The College of Engineering received $23,055 to support Spartan Engineering students and programs on Give Green Day on Nov. 27, 2018, including $3,680 for the Diversity Programs Endowed Discretionary Fund.
2018 Give Green Day brings in $23,055 for Spartan Engineering students and programs.
MSU’s Engineering and Science Success Academy (ESSA) – a seven-week summer residential program for high school students from underrepresented populations -- help acclimate incoming freshmen to the academic and environmental aspects of college life.
ESSA helps MSU convert high-risk math students into STEM graduates.
Ana Starks is among the Spartans helping MSU exceed the national average for study abroad in the STEM fields. Ana is a freshman in computer science and went to Germany to study in a first-year seminar abroad.
MSU in top 10 in nation for international learning participation - 275 programs in 60 countries.

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