Engineering News

Martin Bailey, Engineering’s new development officer, is aimed at strengthening student support and faculty endowments.
College's new development officer is aimed at strengthening student support and faculty endowments.
Joyce Chai, professor of computer science and engineering, has been named a winner of the William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Award in 2018.
Professor of Computer Science and Engineering Joyce Chai awarded prestigious MSU faculty honor.
University-wide recognition awarded to Diversity Programs Office during MSU’s Excellence in Diversity celebration.
University-wide recognition awarded to Diversity Programs Office for MSU Excellence in Diversity.
American Center for Mobility partners with MSU, Texas A&M Transportation Institute on workforce study.
American Center for Mobility partners with MSU, Texas A&M Transport Institute on workforce study.
Self-driving vehicles are the future. Spartan researchers are working to secure the road ahead.
Self-driving vehicles are the future. Spartan researchers are working to secure the road ahead.
Associate Dean for Research John Verboncoeur offers comments in this "Faculty Voice" on MSU's leading role in "superhuman" sensing research for autonomous vehicles.
Associate Dean John Verboncoeur discusses MSU's leading role in "superhuman" autonomous sensing.
 Civil and Environmental Engineer Annick Anctil is part of $2.5 million study on agriculture’s consumption of water and energy.
Civil and Environmental Engineer Annick Anctil part of $2.5 million study on ag's use of resources.
John Luginsland named to prestigious IEEE Fellow honor.
John Luginsland named to prestigious IEEE honor.
MSU will showcase its autonomous vehicle computer vision and sensor technology during AutoMobili-D at the auto show, or NAIAS, Jan. 14-21. At AutoMobili-D, researchers, companies and tech startups showcase their technologies and preview products to an unrivaled concentration of industry players and international media.
MSU's autonomous vehicle technology featured among the trending tech at Detroit auto show.
Hayley Betker (BS ENV EGR '14) will serve on the bridge of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Ship Hi’ialakai.
Hayley Betker ('14) will serve on the bridge of the NOAA ship Hi’ialakai.

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