Engineering News

Thiramet 'Dream' Sotthiyapai - Student’s green aspirations being fulfilled at MSU
Student’s green aspirations being fulfilled at MSU.
Electrical engineering researchers develop glaucoma monitoring device.
Electrical engineering researchers develop glaucoma monitoring device.
Beth Burn ('86, computer science) advises others to “remember your roots and leave a legacy.”
Computer science graduate advises others to “remember your roots and leave a legacy.”
Anil Jain and students receive civil citations for helping police in murder investigation.
Anil Jain and students receive civil citations for helping police in murder investigation.
Dr. Lawrence Drzal was a key leader when MSU co-hosted Road 2 Composites, an automotive and transportation workshop focused on scale-up, lightweighting, and high volume composites, May 16-17 in the Composite Vehicle Research Center (CVRC).
Dr. Lawrence Drzal was a key leader when MSU co-hosted a national IACMI workshop on composites.
Nelson Sepúlveda, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, and his research team turned a flag into a loudspeaker.
How engineers turned a flag into a loudspeaker.
Donald Morelli named chair of MSU Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.
Donald Morelli named chair of MSU Chemical Engineering and Materials Science.
Michael Geiger (AES ’17) pulled out his windmill celebration one more time at Commencement.
Michael Geiger (AES ’17) pulled out his windmill celebration one more time at Commencement.
Eight alumni received the college's top alumni awards on May 6 during a banquet at the Kellogg Center. Pictured are (l to r, back row) Dean Leo Kempel, Raymond LaFrey, Scott Morris, Yunhao Liu, Thomas Maleck, and Fred Reusch and (front) Larry Walker, Steven Noll, Renee Jennings Collins, and Joe Lin.
Eight Spartan Engineering alumni were honored May 6 for their significant accomplishments.
MSU Engineering says good-bye to 663 undergrads, 119 master’s, and 51 PhD students this weekend.
MSU Engineering says good-bye to 663 undergrads, 119 master’s, and 51 PhD students this weekend.

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