College of Engineering
In case classes, co-ops, extracurricular activities, work and other commitments weren’t enough, a growing number of Wayne State University College of Engineering students are dedicating their free time to promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers to Michigan youth.
The Wayne State University College of Engineering will celebrate National Engineers Week Feb. 17-23 with a number of events and activities.
MSU, Bosch Collaboration Encourages Innovation and Creative Thinking Among Early Engineering Students
Robert Bosch LLC is partnering with Michigan State University’s College of Engineering to cultivate innovation and creativity in the next generation of engineers.
Wayne State University’s College of Engineering and The Office for International Programs announced the creation of the Global Experience Scholarship Program, which will provide more than 20 engineering and computer science undergraduate students each with scholarships of at least $1,000 to gain research and industry experience abroad.
Trying to find just the right balance of time spent in meetings and time performing tasks is a tough problem for managers, but a Wayne State University researcher believes the behavior of ants may provide a useful lesson on how to do it.
A Wayne State University researcher is part of a federally funded effort that could lead to safer intersections on our nation’s roadways.
An MSU computer science student’s physics course just got a little easier, thanks to some of her fellow engineering students.
The latest awards and industry certifications earned by Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions, groups and people
A group of researchers in Wayne State University’s College of Engineering has been working to create advanced materials with high-yield strength, fracture toughness and ductility. Their efforts have led to the development of a new material consisting of bainitic steels and austempered ductile iron that has all these characteristics, ultimately resisting fatigue that can cause fractures in materials often with catastrophic consequences.
More than 370 Wayne State University College of Engineering students and alumni met with representatives from nearly 80 companies at the college’s 2012 career fair today.