Engineering News

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.
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.
Abstracts are due March 8 for MSU SciComm’s 2019 SciArt Program called “Life.”
Abstracts are due March 8 for MSU's 2019 SciArt Program.
Engineers Mi Zhang and Biyi Fang from MSU developed and patented a technology that – unlike prior translator mechanisms – is non-invasive and as portable as a tube of Chapstick.
MSU engineers develop new technology that breaks through sign language barriers.
Remembering Bob Hubbard -- Memorial services are Feb. 24 for the Spartan inventor credited with making auto racing safer.
Memorial services are Feb. 24 for the Spartan inventor credited with making auto racing safer.
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.

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