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.
Engineering Dean Leo Kempel celebrates as the Michigan State University College of Engineering reaches its goal for the Empower Extraordinary capital campaign and continues to propel forward.
The college seeks more scholarships and endowed chairs as it hits a campaign milestone.
The research of more than 250 graduate students in the Michigan State University College of Engineering was featured March 30 at the Sixth Annual Engineering Graduate Research Symposium at the Breslin Center.
The innovative research of 250 engineering graduate students was featured at the 2017 symposium.
Lansing’s WLNS TV 6 is Celebrating Spartans in February by showcasing MSU’s new Bio Engineering Facility and its leader, Christopher Contag.
Lansing’s TV 6 is Celebrating Spartans by showcasing Christopher Contag of biomedical engineering.
Best wishes for a promising 2017 from Engineering Dean Leo Kempel.
Best wishes for a promising 2017 from Engineering Dean Leo Kempel.
An historic $12.7 million gift from Dr. John Koza – the largest individual gift in college history, headed to College of Engineering and BEACON Center.
John Koza commits $12.7 million to MSUEngineering, BEACON Center - largest gift in college history.
Giving Tuesday 2016 in the College of Engineering was outstanding - 85 donors and $21,455 for the Wolff Fund.
#GiveTueMSU in the College of Engineering was outstanding - 85 donors and $21,455 for Wolff Fund.
Molecular imaging pioneer Christopher Contag winner of 2017 Britton Chance Biomedical Optics Award from SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics.
Molecular imaging pioneer Christopher Contag wins 2017 Britton Chance Biomedical Optics Award.
MSU’s new $69.8 million facility unlocks the vast potential for scientific collaboration
MSU’s new $69.8 million facility unlocks the vast potential for scientific collaboration.

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