Engineering News

A 1984 Spartan Engineer is working to reduce accidents at one of the country’s most dangerous jobs – utility line worker.
A 1984 Spartan Engineer is working to reduce accidents at one of the country’s most dangerous jobs.
Mechanical engineer Trey Pfeiffer honored for highest scholastic average at close of his last MSU semester in December 2017.
Mechanical engineer Trey Pfeiffer honored for scholastic achievement as he graduates from MSU.
Family of Rolla Carpenter, one of MSU’s first Spartan Engineers, donates an original text book.
Family of Rolla Carpenter, one of MSU’s first Spartan Engineers, donates an original text book.
Happy holidays and best wishes for 2018 from the MSU College of Engineering.
Best wishes for 2018 from the MSU College of Engineering.
MSU Engineering says good-bye to 275 undergrads, 33 master’s, and 31 PhD students this weekend, including Val Vulaj of electrical engineering.
Congratulations to the 275 undergrads, 33 master’s, and 31 PhD Spartan Engineering graduates.
Design Day innovations featured at MSU Engineering Friday, Dec. 8.
The creative and innovative skills of Spartan Engineers on display Friday, Dec. 8, at Design Day.
The SmartAg International Symposium, being heldat Michigan State University on Dec. 3-6, is aimed at connecting the researchers, practitioners and policy makers who will tackle the global agro-food problem of producing more with less.
SmartAg International Symposium aimed at uniting emerging technologies to feed the hungry.
Give thanks during MSU’s Give Green Day on Tuesday, Nov. 28.
Thank you -- Goal surpassed at 121 percent with $6,080.
     “An awesome reunion” was how the Career Peers 10th anniversary celebration on Oct. 27-28 was described. The event was full of fond memories and networking for those who had served as student mentors at the college’s Center for Spartan Engineering in the past decade.
Center for Spartan Engineering celebrates a decade of students helping students.
Graduate Assistant Christopher Richard (right) and Diagnostic Research Scientist Rebecca Shane inspect the controls for a system used to select ion-beam charge states.
MSU to establish training program to address national shortage in accelerator scientists, engineers.

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