Engineering News

The MSU College of Engineering 2019 Summer Camps are open for registration.
The MSU College of Engineering 2019 Summer Camps are open for registration.
Amin Jourabloo is the 2019 winner of the Fitch H. Beach Award for most outstanding graduate researcher in the College of Engineering.
MSU Engineering celebrates the winners of the 2019 Engineering Graduate Research Symposium.
The College of Engineering will say good bye to another large group of graduates in 2019 - as it did in Spring 2018.
Distinguished Spartan alumni Demmer, Cousins and Whitmer featured at commencements in May.
MSU has landed a $1.8 million National Institutes for Health R01 grant to improve brain implants – “electroceuticals” used to treat Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, depression and traumatic injuries.
MSU lands $1.8 million NIH grant to advance brain implants.
Registration now open for ASME E-Fest North at MSU – a three-day festival for engineering students, April 5-7.
Registration now open for three-day engineering festival at ASME E-Fest North at MSU.
A team of engineering professors was glad to lend a hand (brace) to injured basketball player Nick Ward.
MSU basketball player Nick Ward gets an assist from Spartan Engineering's technology and talent.
MSU nominates Montgomery Smith and Rachelle Crow for the nationally competitive Udall Scholarship.
MSU nominates Montgomery Smith and Rachelle Crow for the nationally competitive Udall Scholarship.
Academic specialist Sebnem Onsay of computer science and engineering received a 2019 Teaching Excellence Award.
Seven honored with top Withrow teaching awards following student nominations.
The Michigan State University College of Engineering recognized demonstrated excellence and distinguished contributions during the 29th Annual Engineering Awards Luncheon in the Kellogg Center on Friday, March 15.
Fifteen receive top honors at the 29th Annual Engineering Awards Luncheon.
MSU civil and environmental engineering students using McLaren’s new hospital construction for hands-on learning.
Civil and environmental engineering students learning from construction of McLaren’s new hospital.

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