Engineering News

Satish Udpa, executive vice president for administrative services, has been named acting president of Michigan State University. Udpa is the former dean of the College of Engineering.
Former Engineering Dean Satish Udpa named acting president of MSU.
College of Engineering New Year Card 2019
Happy Holidays and thank you for your dedication and support - from Dean Kempel.
The College of Engineering received $23,055 to support Spartan Engineering students and programs on Give Green Day on Nov. 27, 2018, including $3,680 for the Diversity Programs Endowed Discretionary Fund.
2018 Give Green Day brings in $23,055 for Spartan Engineering students and programs.
Two three-year grants will help the College of Engineering continue its efforts in building a more inclusive environment.
Two new grants will help the college continue to build a more inclusive environment.
Researcher Bryan Smith from Michigan State University and a colleague from Stanford University have created a computer simulation, validated by experimental results, to help design drug-delivery nanoparticles that carry cancer-fighting medicines directly to tumors, while minimizing the potential side-effects on healthy cells.
New computer model designs a drug delivery strategy to fight cancer.
Celebrating the close of MSU’s Empower Extraordinary Campaign - $1.7 billion.
Celebrating the close of MSU’s Empower Extraordinary Campaign - $1.7 billion.
“The only way to create new knowledge is to use the arsenals of expertise from many fields to attack the unknowns of cancer, diabetes and other diseases that have complex origins.”  – Christopher Contag, director of MSU IQ and Biomedical Engineering
Institute for Quantitative Health Science & Engineering is fighting disease with exquisite synergy.
MSU celebrated the groundbreaking of the $100 million STEM Teaching and Learning Facility on Friday, Aug. 31 -- a one-of-a-kind campus building where new ways to teach the STEM disciplines will be developed. The building will be a shared space, so members of the university community were invited to participate in the ceremony. Representing Engineering were Don Morelli, Dean Leo Kempel, Martin Crimp, Dirk Colbry, Anne Eisenlohr and Tom Voice.
MSU has officially broken ground on the new $100 million STEM Teaching and Learning Facility.
MSU leaders are embracing the future of STEM with a $100 million investment in classroom and lab space. A groundbreaking is planned for Aug. 31.
Groundbreaking for MSU's new $100 million STEM facility set for Aug. 31.
Diana Jo Dalski of Battle Creek is among the 383 women in the entering freshmen class. She is the valedictorian at Pennfield High School in Battle Creek and a graduate of the Battle Creek Area Math and Science Center. She will major in computer engineering, with a biomedical specialty.
MSU Engineering to set enrollment benchmarks for welcoming women and underrepresented minorities.