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MSOE welcomes cohort for 2017-18 MBA in Education Leadership class

April 13th, 2017

April 13, 2017 – Educators from throughout southeastern Wisconsin will take the next step in their own educational journey as they prepare to become school leaders. Seventeen high-achieving teachers and counselors have been admitted to the 2017-18 MBA in Education Leadership cohort at MSOE.

The MSOE MBA in Education Leadership combines a rigorous Master of Business Administration with a unique curricula tailored to school principals and aspiring school leaders. Education leadership, best business practices and character development are the tenets that guide this program. Students learn how to lead highly effective education organizations where creating a culture of learning, collaborative leadership and character are the foundation for success.

“The MBA in Education Leadership program at MSOE is designed to prepare effective leaders who have the ability to improve our nation’s schools and create an environment where children can flourish into citizens of character,” said Dr. Ruth Barratt, program director. “We are pleased to welcome our newest cohort to the program and look forward to helping them lead with vision and character.”

Members of the 2017-18 MBA in Education Leadership cohort are:

Andrew Becker
St. Marcus Lutheran School, Milwaukee

Karen Brandt-Johnson
Milwaukee Public Schools

Lauren Bremer
Gibraltar High School, Fish Creek, Wisconsin

Chris Del Ponte
Waukesha North High School, Waukesha, Wisconsin

Jackie Dunn
Carmen High School of Science and Technology-South Campus, Milwaukee

Emmanuel Godoy
Teach for America, Milwaukee Public Schools

Jen Good
Green Bay Area School District, Green Bay, Wisconsin

Bryson Green
Milwaukee Public Schools

JaDee Langston-Dolphin
Rogers Street Academy, Milwaukee Public Schools

Franz Meyer
Teach for America

Lynn Misirian
Madison Elementary, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

Jeffrey Morse
Milwaukee Public Schools

Hayley Perez
Milwaukee Public Schools

Andrea Roberts
GPS Education Partners

Thomas Thao
Teach for America, Milwaukee Public Schools

James Vernola
Wisconsin Conservatory of Music

David Walker
Teach for America, Ronald Reagan High School, Milwaukee Public Schools

MSOE is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97 percent placement rate; and the highest ROI and average starting salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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MSOE wins five events at ASCE competition

April 12th, 2017

April 12, 2017 — In early April, the MSOE student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers hosted the annual Great Lakes Region Student Conference. Students from 19 universities participated, including Marquette, MSOE, Northwestern, Notre Dame, UW-Madison, UW-Milwaukee and others. MSOE students organized the entire conference, ensuring that everything went smoothly for the more than 200 participants, advisors and judges. The main competitive events included the Concrete Canoe Competition, held at the Veteran’s Park Lagoon on the shore of Lake Michigan, and the Steel Bridge Competition, held in MSOE’s Kern Center.

Not only did the students execute a well-run conference, they performed amazingly well in all of the competitions. As a result of their stellar finishes, MSOE’s Concrete Canoe and Steel Bridge teams will continue on to the national competitions later this spring.

MSOE won the following awards:

Members of MSOE's Steel Bridge Team

Members of MSOE’s Steel Bridge Team. Left to right; Tim Rink, Sean Casey, Mike Cappelletti, Nora Ureche, Ryan Flores, Joey Batcher, David Burt, Reid Jahns, Drake Taxon.

1st place: Conference Overall
1st place: Steel Bridge Overall
1st place: Steel Bridge, Construction Speed
1st place: Steel Bridge, Economy
1st place: Materials Design
2nd place: Concrete Canoe Overall
2nd place: Geotechnical Design
3rd place: Environmental Design

Congratulations to all of the students involved:

Steel Bridge Team
Mike Anaszewicz, civil engineering
Joey Batcher, architectural engineering and construction management
Christine Boland-Prom, civil engineering
David Burt, civil engineering
Mike Cappelletti, civil engineering
Sean Casey, civil engineering
Ryan Flores, civil engineering
Drake Taxon, civil engineering
Nora Ureche, civil engineering

Some members of MSOE's Concrete Canoe Team

Some members of MSOE’s Concrete Canoe Team. Left to right; Matt Blain, Jackson Kilian, Brandon Kennedy, Mike Laes, Brooke Scott, Megan Hanelt, Kimberly Baffin, Casey McQuin, Cali Bonie.

Concrete Canoe Team
Kimberly Baffin, civil engineering
Matt Blain, construction management
Cali Bonie, civil engineering
Karissa Brunette, civil engineering
Holly Denfeld, architectural engineering and construction management
Megan Hanelt, civil engineering
Lizzy Hilby, civil engineering
Beck Janquart, civil engineering
Brandon Kennedy, civil engineering
Jackson Kilian, construction management
Mike Laes, civil engineering
Ela Lodzinski, civil engineering
Casey McQuin, civil engineering
Brooke Scott, architectural engineering and construction management
Amy Williams, civil engineering

Mystery Design Team
Cali Bonie, civil engineering
Brandon Kennedy, civil engineering
Jackson Kilian, construction management
Nora Ureche, civil engineering

Geotechnical Design Team
Kim Baffin, civil engineering
Joey Batcher, architectural engineering and construction management
Mike Cappelletti, civil engineering
Josh Shefner, civil engineering

Materials Design Team
Ryan Flores, civil engineering
Beck Janquart, civil engineering
Ela Lodzinski, civil engineering
Casey McQuin, civil engineering

Quiz Bowl
Cali Bonie, civil engineering
Mike Laes, civil engineering
Josh Shefner, civil engineering
Amy Williams, civil engineering

Environmental Design
Christine Boland-Prom, civil engineering
Ela Lodzinski, civil engineering
Casey McQuin, civil engineering

Technical Paper
Josh Shefner, civil engineering

MSOE is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97 percent placement rate; and the highest ROI and average starting salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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Deep Learning Institute coming to MSOE

April 10th, 2017

April 10, 2017 — One of the fastest-growing fields in technology is “deep learning.” Deep learning, also known as machine learning, is an aspect of artificial intelligence that is revolutionizing modern computing. It’s a powerful tool to solve complex challenges, like developing self-driving cars or helping cure disease.

More than 19,000 companies are using deep learning to advance their respective industries and they’ve only begun to scratch the surface. The demand for developers who understand deep learning is far greater than the supply.

With this in mind, MSOE is hosting the Deep Learning Institute with NVIDIA and Dedicated Computing on Thursday, April 13. More than 50 business professionals from the Milwaukee area will learn alongside MSOE professors and students during the Deep Learning Institute. Attendees will receive hands-on training using the latest artificial intelligence frameworks, software and GPU technologies. MSOE students will get exposure to industry experts, along with training to apply deep learning—above and beyond what they’re already learning at MSOE.

“Computing theories once limited to research labs are exploding in commercial and consumer applications. MSOE is poised to be at the forefront of engineering solutions that take advantage of revolutionary computing power and speed, along with groundbreaking computer miniaturization,” said Dr. Steven C. Bialek, interim vice president of academics at MSOE. “The NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute workshop is one of several initiatives underway at MSOE that will further expand our reach in the area of applied computing and artificial intelligence. Based on partnerships with industry leaders like NVIDIA and Dedicated Computing, MSOE will introduce a new software engineering specialization in artificial intelligence and machine learning. In addition, we’ll launch a series of quarterly AI professional development workshops.”

The workshop will feature NVIDIA Deep Learning instructor Jonathan Bentz, who will be leading an opening seminar, an applications lab and a Q&A session. Attendees will explore fundamental concepts of deep learning and discuss real-world examples of its use in industry. They will also solidify the concepts with a hands-on lab where they can train, modify and test their own deep neural network on an image classification problem.

“Providing insight on new technologies to the community and businesses helps drive the next wave of innovation,” said Jeff Krueger, director of systems engineering at Dedicated Computing and MSOE alumnus. “Exposure to this rapidly changing technology through hands-on sessions with NVIDIA is a key part of transferring this knowledge to area leaders. We are excited to be part of this effort and to be involved in a very dynamic and evolving capability.”

The workshop is sponsored jointly by NVIDIA, Dedicated Computing and MSOE. Attendance is by invitation only.

About MSOE
Milwaukee School of Engineering is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97 percent placement rate; and the highest ROI and average starting salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders. More information at www.msoe.edu

About NVIDIA
NVIDIA’s invention of the GPU in 1999 sparked the growth of the PC gaming market, redefined modern computer graphics and revolutionized parallel computing. More recently, GPU deep learning ignited modern AI — the next era of computing — with the GPU acting as the brain of computers, robots and self-driving cars that can perceive and understand the world. Today, NVIDIA is increasingly known as “the AI computing company.” More information at http://nvidianews.nvidia.com/

About Dedicated Computing
Dedicated Computing is an original design manufacturer (ODM) of proprietary, highly-engineered computing systems for global customers in Healthcare, Life Sciences, Training & Simulation and Industrial markets. More information at www.dedicatedcomputing.com

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SWE chapter honored at conference

April 10th, 2017

2017_news_SWEApril 10, 2017 – MSOE’s student chapter of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) won awards for professional development and member retention at the SWE Region H Conference for collegiate and professional members.

Sixteen members of the SWE-MSOE chapter attended the Region H event, held at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor in mid-March, which offered breakout sessions and networking opportunities, as well as an awards ceremony recognizing chapter achievements. MSOE won “Outstanding Professional Development” and “Highest Retention Rate” awards in the large section division. Membership for the MSOE chapter increased from 92 registered members last year to 125.

“I am a member and have been since my freshman year because I was excited to work with other amazing female engineers on campus,” said Rachael DiGrazia, biomedical engineering senior. DiGrazia has served on the fundraising committee, as fundraising chair and president. She currently serves as vice president and professional development chair. “As a registered national SWE member, you get to join webinars, attend national and regional conferences, find jobs through the SWE career website, network with other SWE collegiate peers and professionals, become an officer, and tons of other awesome benefits. I truly love the women I have worked with as an officer and have learned so much over the last four years.”

The SWE is a not-for-profit education and service organization that empowers women to succeed and advance in the field of engineering, and to be recognized for their contributions as engineers and leaders. Region H is the heartland region of SWE, which is comprised of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.

In addition to DiGrazia, SWE-MSOE officers include electrical engineering senior Jessica Bilskie, president; electrical engineering senior Kayla Heraly, fundraising chair; biomedical senior Elizabeth Kolanczyk, treasurer; electrical engineering senior Betsy McBride, webmaster; industrial engineering sophomore Tara Rahmani, outreach chair; and biomolecular engineering junior Devyn Yates, secretary.

MSOE is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97 percent placement rate; and the highest ROI and average starting salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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Eighteen students qualify for national business competitions

April 7th, 2017

April 7, 2017 – Eighteen MSOE students placed in the top three of their respective competitions at the 2017 Wisconsin Future Business Leaders of America/Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA/PBL) State Leadership Conference in Madison, Wisconsin. The winning students, all members of MSOE’s PBL chapter, will now go on to compete at the PBL National Leadership Conference in June.

Students came home with 33 awards in 22 categories and swept the Cyber Security competition. MSOE PBL advisor and Rader School of Business instructor Dr. Katrina Moskalik was also honored, being named Outstanding State Advisor of the year. Competitive events included both written examinations and judged demonstrations in business and information technology subjects.

Congratulations to following students on their success:

2017_news_PBLTchaas Alexander-Wright, Management Information Systems major
1st place: Network Design (team)

Darrin Cernohous, business management major
1st place: Management Concepts
1st place: Personal Finance

Katherine Chitko, business management major
1st place: Marketing Analysis and Decisions Making (team)
2nd place: Marketing Concepts
2nd place: Organizational Behavior and Leadership

Rachael Ferguson, actuarial science major
1st place: Financial Concepts

Forrest Fink, international business major
2nd place: Project Management

Maya George, technical communication major
1st place: Business Presentation
1st place: Future Business Educator
1st place: Desktop Publishing

Erin Heinz, software engineering major
1st place: Website Design (team)
3rd place: Cyber Security

Ian Hyzy, management information systems major
1st place: Computer Concepts
1st place: Website Design (team)
2nd place: Cyber Security

Sascha Krause, international business major
3rd place: Impromptu Speaking

Stefan Last, international business major
2nd place: Impromptu Speaking
3rd place: Organizational Behavior and Leadership

Michael LeRoy, management information systems major
1st place: Information Management
1st place: Website Design (team)

Hamzah Mirza, management information systems major
1st place: Administrative Technology
1st place: Computer Applications

Aleah Quast, business management major
1st place: Accounting for Professionals
1st place: Project Management
2nd place Accounting Principles

Matt Reiff, management information systems major
1st place: Network Design (team)
2nd place Computer Applications

Samantha Riding, business management major
1st place: Marketing Analysis & Decision Making (team)
3rd place: Business Communications
3rd place: Marketing Concepts

Carl Saffron ’16, MBA graduate student
1st place: Cyber Security
1st place: Network Design (team)
1st place: Networking Concepts

Nathan Stachowiak, management information systems major
2nd place: Computer Concepts
2nd place: Information Management
2nd place: Networking Concepts

Debra Wilson, business management major
3rd place: Retail Management

MSOE’s Phi Beta Lambda chapter is a student organization open to all MSOE majors. Several business schools were represented at the state event including St. Norbert College, UW-Madison, UW-Oshkosh, UW-Whitewater and Herzing University. The Rader School of Business has been affiliated with FBLA/PBL since 2006.

MSOE is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97 percent placement rate; and the highest ROI and average starting salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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METROPOLIS: Building the City – LEGO/K’nex Workshop at the Grohmann Museum

April 3rd, 2017

2017_news_Grohmann_Lego1April 3, 2017 – The Grohmann Museum at MSOE is hosting an all-ages LEGO/K’nex building workshop on Saturday, April 8 from 12 to 4 p.m. The theme is “Metropolis: Building the City,” and attendees will imagine and construct the cities and transportation systems of tomorrow. Everyone will contribute their own ideas and creations to one very large LEGO/K’nex city that will be created on-site that day.

The workshop, led by John and Sylvia Peine, is included with regular museum admission, which is $5 for adults; $3 for students and seniors; free for children under 12. MSOE students (with ID), alumni, faculty and staff are admitted free.

The museum is located at 1000 N. Broadway, and is open to the public Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, noon to 6 p.m.; and Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.

The Grohmann Museum is home to the Man at Work collection, which comprises more than 1,300 paintings and sculptures dating from 1580 to the present. They reflect a variety of artistic styles and subjects that document the evolution of organized work: from farming and mining to trades such as glassblowing and seaweed gathering. The Grohmann Museum welcomes visitors to three floors of galleries where a core collection is displayed as well as themed exhibitions. The museum is owned by MSOE, an independent university with about 2,900 students. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in the engineering, business, mathematics and nursing fields.

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MSOE Dean’s and Honors Lists – Winter 2017

March 22nd, 2017

March 22, 2017 — MSOE’s Winter Quarter Dean’s and Honors Lists have been released. Undergraduate students who have earned at least 30 credits and have a cumulative GPA of 3.20 or higher (out of 4.0) are on the Dean’s List. Students who have maintained a 3.70 or higher receive “high honors.” Students on the Honors List have earned a term grade point average of at least 3.2 (out of 4.0) and are not on the Dean’s List.

Download the Dean’s ListDownload the Honors List

Students: want to be a celebrity in your hometown? Make sure you fill out the hometown news release form so MSOE can send out positive news about you to your hometown newspaper.

MSOE is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97 percent placement rate; and the highest ROI and average starting salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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FLAME Project introduces girls to mechanical engineering

March 21st, 2017

2017_news_flame1March 21, 2017 — Two dozen high school girls spent a Saturday at MSOE to learn more about the field of mechanical engineering. They toured MSOE’s laboratories and heard from faculty and students about the different career opportunities that are available to mechanical engineers.

It was all part of the new FLAME Project (Female Leaders Advocating for Mechanical Engineering) at MSOE. Of the 303,000 mechanical engineers in the United States, only 8.8 percent are female. (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics: Women in the Labor Force). Thanks to an anonymous donor, MSOE was able to offer the FLAME Project to engage young female students in on-campus activities to expose them to the field and encourage them to pursue an education in mechanical engineering.

The students also had the opportunity to put their own skills to the test in a team-based engineering challenge. They designed and built self-propelled cars using common household items such as a mousetrap, CDs, string and paint sticks. Many of them reported that the design challenge was their favorite part of the day. In a post-event survey, 81 percent of the participants indicated they planned to study engineering in college, and 43 percent plan to study mechanical engineering specifically.

The project was led by MSOE’s student chapters of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and Society for Women Engineers (SWE).

2017_news_flame2While the on-campus workshop is complete, the enthusiasm will carry forward. Ten of the participants are planning to replicate the same design challenge at their respective middle schools so that even younger female students have the opportunity to learn about mechanical engineering.

In addition, members of ASME and SWE will visit Notre Dame Middle School in Milwaukee to inspire young female students and engage them in the design challenge on April 24.

MSOE offers a number of precollege programs for middle and high school students, including summer programs. For more information, visit msoe.edu/precollege.

MSOE is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97 percent placement rate; and the highest ROI and average starting salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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SMART Teams and MAPS Teams present research on proteins

March 20th, 2017

2017_news_cbm_modelMarch 20, 2017 — Students from 22 Wisconsin middle and high schools have spent a lot of their free time doing scientific research this school year. The 200 students participated in MSOE’s SMART Teams (Students Modeling A Research Topic) and the new MAPS Teams (Modeling A Protein Story) program. The students spent the school year learning about protein structure and function.

After studying a specific protein story, they designed a 3D model of a protein, and developed an abstract and poster to tell the molecular story of that protein. Examples of molecular story topics that will be presented include Zika virus, whooping cough, opioid drugs, neuroglobin, NOTCH and hemoglobin.

On Tuesday, March 21 from 4 to 6 p.m., the students will present their findings during a poster session on the third floor of the MSOE Campus Center, 1025 N. Broadway.

The teams worked with a teacher from their school and a researcher to investigate proteins, and model the unique structure-function relationships of a protein and developed a research question to explore. SMART Team students were also paired with a local researcher.

The SMART Teams program began in 2001 with one team. Since then the program has grown. More than 2,340 middle and high school students from 45 Wisconsin schools, plus an additional 30 teams throughout the U.S. Teams construct physical models of proteins to help researchers investigate important proteins—and they’re doing it as an extracurricular activity.

The program was developed by MSOE’s Center for BioMolecular Modeling (CBM) and grew out of a collaboration between the CBM and researchers at the Medical College of Wisconsin, UW-Milwaukee, Marquette University and the Blood Research Institute.

Many of the students who were part of a SMART Team have gone on to pursue degrees in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.

MSOE is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97 percent placement rate; and the highest ROI and average starting salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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New leaders at the helm

March 16th, 2017

March 16, 2017 — Momentum is building at Milwaukee School of Engineering. MSOE President John Y. Walz, Ph.D. will be inaugurated on April 29, 2017, and he has established his leadership team. Dr. Eric T. Baumgartner will begin his post as vice president of academics on July 15, 2017. Jeff Snow is the new vice president of development and alumni relations and he begins April 20, 2017. Sebastian “Saj” Thachenkary began in February as the executive director of marketing and community engagement. The leadership team is rounded out by Kevin Morin, vice president of operations; Dawn Thibedeau, vice president of finance and CFO; and Dr. Tim Valley, vice president of enrollment management and student life.

Dr. Eric Baumgartner

Jeff Snow

Saj Thachenkary

Baumgartner comes to MSOE from Ohio Northern University where he served as dean of the T.J. Smull College of Engineering. He also taught at UCLA and Michigan Technological University. He holds a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Notre Dame; a master’s degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Cincinnati; a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering from the University of Notre Dame and a certificate from the Institute for Educational Management at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Baumgartner previously was a senior member of the engineering staff at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he held leadership roles with the Mars Exploration Rover project that successfully launched, landed and operated the Curiosity, Spirit and Opportunity rovers on the surface of Mars.

Snow most recently has served as the director of college advancement for the University of Kentucky College of Engineering where he was responsible for planning and managing the college’s $110 million capital campaign. He is a skilled development professional with more than 20 years of experience in higher education. Snow previously held development roles at Valdosta State University, Georgia Southern University and the University of Central Florida. He holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Valdosta State University; a master of education from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from the University of Central Florida.

Thachenkary brings nearly 20 years of marketing leadership to MSOE. His experience spans several industries and he has experience in corporate communications, public relations, integrated brand and marketing strategy, business development and strategic partnerships. He comes to MSOE from Alverno College, where he served as director of marketing communications. Prior, he was the vice president of marketing communications for Johnson Financial Group and he was brand manager and marketing director for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

MSOE is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97 percent placement rate; and the highest ROI and average starting salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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