MSOE welcomes the following full-time faculty members:

  • Dr. Anne Alexander, assistant professor, Physics and Chemistry Department
  • Dr. Robert Hasker, associate professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department
  • Dr. Steven Holland ’06, assistant professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department
  • Brian King ’86, assistant professor, School of Nursing
  • Dr. Adam Livingston, assistant professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department
  • Katie A. McCarthy ’99, ’05, instructor and medical informatics program director, Rader School of Business
  • Dr. Patricia Neudecker, education director, MBA Educational Leadership program, Rader School of Business
  • Dr. Serdar Ozturk, assistant professor, Physics and Chemistry Department
  • Rhonda Powell, assistant professor, School of Nursing
  • Dr. Nebojsa Sebastijanovic, assistant professor, Mechanical Engineering Department
  • Dr. Alexandra Sielaff, associate professor and director of Continuing Studies and Outreach Department, Rader School of Business
  • Dr. Kerry Widder, assistant professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department
  • Dr. Daniel Williams, associate professor, Mechanical Engineering Department
  • Dr. Josiah Yoder, assistant professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department

 

MSOE also welcomes the following part-time faculty members:

  • Susan Becker, lecturer, Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Department
  • Lisa Bixby, clinical nursing instructor, School of Nursing
  • Christine Brotz ’04, lecturer, Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Department
  • Dr. John Choren, adjunct assistant professor, Mechanical Engineering Department
  • Christina Dzioba, clinical nursing instructor, School of Nursing
  • Gitte Frandsen, lecturer, General Studies Department
  • Dr. Steven Fredette, adjunct professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department
  • Nicole Hines, lecturer, General Studies Department
  • Jennifer Knapkiewicz, lecturer, General Studies Department
  • Dr. Jason Kowalski, adjunct assistant professor, Physics and Chemistry Department
  • Chelsea Krause, adjunct assistant professor, Rader School of Business
  • Dr. Katrina Moskalik, adjunct assistant professor, Rader School of Business
  • Lori Pink ’93, ’13, lecturer, Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Department
  • Dr. Kristina Puotkalyte-Gurgel, lecturer, General Studies Department
  • Richard Reinders, lecturer, General Studies Department
  • Carol Tumey, adjunct assistant professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department
  • Baohuy Ung, adjunct assistant professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department
  • Brenda Van Roosenbeek, clinical nursing instructor, School of Nursing
  • Luke Weber, adjunct assistant professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department
  • Cyndie Weis, lecturer, General Studies Department

 

MSOE is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,500 students celebrating its 110th anniversary. MSOE offers 20 bachelor’s degrees and nine master’s degrees in engineering, business, mathematics and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 94% placement rate; and the highest average starting and mid-career 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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In A Working Ranch, Milwaukee photographer Jim Brozek presents a striking visual meditation on life and work on an American ranch. Working on a New Mexico ranch in the late 1970s and early ‘80s, Brozek captured the essence of ranching life and all of its nuances. The joy, hardship, prosperity and challenges of this working life are glimpsed through images of ranching activities that continue to this day. More than a visual document, this exhibition provides a feeling of what life is like on a working ranch.

The exhibit will be open at the Grohmann Museum, 1000 N. Broadway, from Sept. 6 through Dec. 13. In conjunction with Milwaukee’s Gallery Night and Day Event, the Grohmann Museum will present a gallery talk with Brozek on Friday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. The Grohmann Museum is home to the Man at Work collection, which comprises more than 900 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 2,500 students. MSOE offers 20 bachelor’s degrees and nine master’s degrees in the engineering, business, mathematics and nursing fields.