Health

New faculty 2020-21

Sept. 8, 2020

The college welcomes eight new tenure-stream faculty members

The MSU College of Engineering has welcomed eight new tenure-stream faculty members this fall, adding to the diverse engineering and scientific talent available in the college. The college currently has 243 tenure-stream faculty educators.

One new assistant professor uses digital manufacturing to construct models of intercellular signaling in disease.

One can track his academic pedigree to physicists Marie Curie and Paul Dirac.

National biomechanics honor

Aug. 18, 2020

Biomechanics research by Tamara Reid Bush earns Founders' Award

An associate professor of mechanical engineering at Michigan State University has been honored with a national award in recognition of her scientific accomplishments in biomechanics and excellence in mentoring.

Clinical biomechanics

Aug. 4, 2020

Motion capture screening technology could slow progression of arthritis

Most people don’t think about their thumbs very often. But for people living with advancing arthritis, the simplest thumb movements—from grasping a cup to sending a text message—can be painful and incredibly challenging.

Graduate Awards, 2019-20

July 30, 2020

Outstanding Research and Graduate Students named for 2019-20

The winners of the 2019-20 Fitch H. Beach Award for Outstanding Research and for the Outstanding Graduate Student awards in each academic program in the College of Engineering have been announced.

Mekong Culture WELL Project

July 29, 2020

Civil engineer Yadu Pokhrel helps MSU foster environmental justice

A Michigan State University interdisciplinary team of faculty and staff is working to foster environmental justice in Southeast Asia. The Henry Luce Foundation’s Initiative on Southeast Asia, or LuceSEA, is providing $1 million in funding to help create the Mekong Culture WELL project.