College of Engineering
The Wayne State University College of Engineering will host lab tours as part of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers 2013 Internal Combustion Engine Fall Technical Conference, set for Oct. 13-16 in Dearborn.
The Wayne State University College of Engineering will celebrate its 80th anniversary throughout October with a number of exciting events and activities including career fairs, a ceremony honoring a former dean, the college’s annual gala, an open house for prospective students and a trivia contest highlighting the college’s important milestones.
A $151.7-million hurricane-prediction satellite project led by Michigan Engineering has recently passed a major NASA milestone.
College-bound students who are interested in the Michigan State University College of Engineering are invited to East Lansing, Mich., on Saturday, Oct. 5, for Spartan Future Engineer Preview Day.
More than 200 engineering students gathered around and watched in anticipation as the machine began working. Step after step it went through a chain of events, until finally — “pop” — a ping pong ball launched ten feet in the air and landed successfully into a basket.
Employers looking to hire high-quality, experienced employees in full-time, part-time, internship and co-op positions can find them at the Wayne State University College of Engineering’s upcoming career fairs on Thursday, Oct. 3 and Thursday, Oct. 10.
When freshmen Spartan engineers walked into their classes at Michigan State University Wednesday, they were part of the College of Engineering’s largest entering class in more than a decade.
Yinlun Huang, professor of chemical engineering and materials science in Wayne State University’s College of Engineering, has been awarded the 2013 National Association for Surface Furnishing’s Scientific Achievement Award.
The work of Wayne State University College of Engineering students is having an impact on underserved patients being cared for by WSU School of Medicine students thousands of miles from Detroit.
New Career Services Consultant To Rev Up Wayne State Efforts To Match Engineering, Computer Sciences Grads With Jobs
Career services consultant Carmen Gamlin is passionate about helping Warriors launch their careers. Working with the Wayne State University College of Engineering and the WSU Career Services Office, her goal is to connect talented students, graduates and employers.