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.
Engineers, including Robert Stedtfeld, have joined with scientists in the antibiotic resistance battle.
Engineers are helping study the spread of antibiotic-resistant pathogens.
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.
Coffee-ring research by environmental engineer Rebecca Lahr found residue patterns for tap water are like fingerprints to identify what’s in a sample.
Research by environmental engineer Rebecca Lahr found tap water residues are like fingerprints.
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.
Shanelle Foster, MSU electrical engineer, named finalist in Naval Research Concept Challenge for research on 3D printing of magnetic cores for electrical motors.
Electrical engineer named finalist in Naval Research Concept Challenge for research on 3D printing.
Joe ('81) and Laurie ('81) Thorp commit a $1 million charitable bequest from their joint estate.
Thorps support undergraduate experience.
A Michigan State University team from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) placed fourth during the Environmental Challenge International (ECI) competition at the 110th annual Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) Conference and Exhibition in Pittsburgh June 5-8.
Spartan Engineers place fourth at the 2017 Environmental Challenge International.
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.

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