Dimensions Magazine

Dimensions magazine is MSOE’s primary campus news and feature publication. It is a compendium of students’ efforts and success, campus happenings and alumni updates.

Dimensions is MSOE’s primary campus news and feature publication. It is a compendium of students’ efforts and success, campus happenings and alumni updates. The magazine is published three times per year. Dimensions is mailed to all students at their permanent addresses, alumni, faculty and staff as well as other friends of MSOE. Additionally, Dimensions is located around campus on magazine racks. Please use the form below to request a subscription.

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Alumni Chapter - Wisconsin

MSOE alumni from Wisconsin
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37 members Mar 7, 2013 by Kent Heberling

Alumni Chapter - South

MSOE alumni from TX, LA, AR, AL, MS, GA, FL, SC, NC, TN, KY, VA
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14 members Mar 7, 2013 by Kent Heberling

Alumni Chapter - West

MSOE alumni from CA, WA, OR, ID, NV, MT, AZ, UT, NM, CO, WY, AK.
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12 members Mar 7, 2013 by Kent Heberling

Alumni Chapter - Midwest

MSOE alumni from ND, SD, KS, NE, OK, MO, IA, MN, IL, IN
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21 members Mar 7, 2013 by Kent Heberling

Alumni Chapter - East

MSOE alumni from ME, NH, VT, MI, OH, WV, MD, MA, PA, RI, NY
Open Group
11 members Mar 7, 2013 by Kent Heberling
Director of Alumni Affairs

Cathy Varebrook

Director of Alumni Affairs & Special Events

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Happenings on Campus

  • MSOE acquires downtown parcel

    President Hermann Viets announced on June 24 that Milwaukee School of Engineering purchased a 1.78 acre parcel of land thanks to the support of very generous MSOE donors including Regent Dawn Tabat, Regent Bob Kern and Pat Kern, (read more...)

  • EWB builds bridge in Guatemala

    Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB-USA) is an organization that incites change throughout the world by providing solutions to fulfill communities’ basic human needs. Members of MSOE’s chapter of EWB (EWB-MSOE) constructed a cable-supported (read more...)

  • Girl power in action: GE Girls at MSOE

    Thirty middle school girls will be discovering just how fun and interesting it can be to utilize science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through hands-on projects and mentoring with women currently in STEM careers. The (read more...)

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