Engineering News

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.
Giving Tuesday 2016 in the College of Engineering was outstanding - 85 donors and $21,455 for the Wolff Fund.
#GiveTueMSU in the College of Engineering was outstanding - 85 donors and $21,455 for Wolff Fund.
Rebecca Carlson, already a nominee for the Marshall Scholarship, is also nominated for a top STEM scholarship for graduate study.
Rebecca Carlson, already a Marshall Scholar nominee, is also nominated for a top STEM scholarship.
MSU’s new $69.8 million facility unlocks the vast potential for scientific collaboration
MSU’s new $69.8 million facility unlocks the vast potential for scientific collaboration.
A $1 million NSF grant will help second- and third-year students persist to graduation.
A $1 million NSF grant will help second- and third-year students persist to graduation.
Tenneco provides nearly $300,000 in support for the CoRe Experience.
Tenneco provides nearly $300,000 in support for the CoRe Experience.
Spartan Engineers to receive top prizes at the 2016 AIChE Annual Student Conference in San Francisco, Nov. 11-14.
Spartan Engineers to receive top prizes at the AIChE Annual Student Conference - again!
MSU receives $5 million commitment for engineering scholarships.
MSU receives $5 million commitment for engineering scholarships.
Rebecca Carlson, an Honors College senior from the MSU Department of Chemical Engineering & Materials Science, is among the six elite students nominated by MSU for three highly competitive graduate school scholarships.
Rebecca Carlson has been nominated by MSU for graduate study in the United Kingdom.
The MSU College of Engineering will approach 21 percent female student enrollment in 2016-17, driven by STEM opportunities and salaries.
Driven by STEM opportunities and salaries, MSU Engineering enrollment is up again.

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