Friday, September 21, 2018
Rajiv Ranganathan is congratulated for having received official word that his NSF grant submission has been funded.
The three-year project is titled, “Optimizing Motor Coordination through Principles of Motor Relearning.”
Ken Decker a 1971 graduate of mechanical engineering has been named a "legend" by the Society of Petroleum Engineers. He will receive his award at the SPE Artificial Lift Conference 2018.
Tim Ehrhardt, a senior in mechanical engineering, won first team All-Big Ten Track & Field honors on May 15. A multi-sport athlete, Ehrhardt also captured his first Big Ten Outdoor Championship gold medal in the pole vault. He won the indoor pole vault gold medal in 2015 and 2017. The All-American holds the MSU decathlon record.
$1 million gift to MSU College of Engineering establishes Creative Engineering Endowed Professorship
Spartacus I , the MSU rocket in its test flight reached a maximum altitude of about 11,200ft. The team looks forward to the next stop: The Spaceport America Cup this June in Las Cruces, New Mexico! Check them out on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MSURocketry/
The five winners each receive a $2,000 grant to help fuel their dreams in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and/or Math (STEAM)
Jason Sammut, a recent graduate of the Department of Mechanical Engineering has been selected to receive a coveted NSF Scholarship.
The program is the country’s oldest graduate fellowship program that directly supports graduate students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, fields.
From the desk of Katy Colbry, Director of Graduate Initiatives, The following Mechanical Engineering Graduate Students were honored for their 2017-2018 research. More details are available at https://www.egr.msu.edu/graduate/awards.
Honorable Mention: Aryan Mehboudi, Mechanical Engineering (Advisor: Junghoon Yeom)