College receives six more Early CAREER Development Awards

May 31, 2023

NSF providing $3.12 million to strengthen research

Six Spartan Engineering faculty members at Michigan State University have received National Science Foundation Early Career Development (CAREER) Awards and will advance their research efforts with a combined $3.12 million over the next five years.

NSF CAREER Awards support junior faculty members who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research and education. It is among NSF’s most prestigious national honors.

MSU is helping make emergency calls more secure

May 5, 2023

A $1.2M grant is reducing the cybersecurity risks of cellular 911 calls

A team led by Michigan State University researchers has earned a $1.2 million National Science Foundation grant to continue shoring up the security of cellular 911 calls.

As the nation’s cellular networks and technological infrastructure advance, customers are treated to better coverage and faster service. On the flip side, these changes also can create new opportunities for cybercriminals to exploit unforeseen gaps in security.

1,200 showcase projects at Spring Design Day 

April 27, 2023

Innovations on display Friday, April 28, at MSU Design Day 

How did the staggering COVID-19 Pandemic change lives and language? 

A team of Michigan State University engineering students explored that question and created a Build-an-App for Humanities Researchers to help the MSU Linguistics Department save both time and resources in an analysis of the pandemic. The new audio software app is just one of hundreds of projects that will be on display Friday, April 28, during Spring 2023 Design Day in the MSU College of Engineering.

Signing Day ceremony recognizes Michigander EV Scholars

April 26, 2023  

Inaugural class of EV Scholars sign letters of intent 

The nation’s largest-ever campaign to promote careers and recruit talent to fill jobs in Michigan’s surging electric vehicle (EV) and transportation mobility sector will include at least 12 Spartans who are on track for up to $10,000 scholarships while working at EV-related companies in Metro Detroit, Lansing, Jackson, and Saginaw.