• Money Monday: May 4th, 2015

    Happy May! Happy Star Wars Day! Happy Met Gala Day! Finals are right around the corner and summer is right after. That being said, I'm going to keep it really simple for you guys this week and just focus on the great ...
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  • Money Monday: April 13th, 2015

    It's certainly an exciting time of year. The weather is finally getting consistently warmer, summer break is about a month away, baseball is back, and of course festival season is beginning too! With so much fun in th...
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  • For Smart Engineers

    xkcd: Spinal Tap Amps
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  • Summer Address Update

    During the summer months, all mail will be sent to students at their legal/home/permanent address.   Please be sure to make any needed updates to your address before you leave for the summer. A Change of Add...
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  • Oshkosh Defense Tour

    A group of veteran students took a tour at Oshkosh Defense. They met with Test Engineering and Quality Assurance Engineering and discussed engineering challenges of large scale machines. They also took a ride in some ...
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  • Steel bridges and concrete canoes

    MSOE’s student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers participated in the Great Lakes Regional Competition at the University of Notre Dame in April. Students competed in the Steel Bridge Competition ...
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  • Bi-Weekly Book Raffle: Masked

    The Walter Schroeder Library Presents: ​ Masked Edited By Lou Anders For the next bi-weekly book raffle! (3 copies will be raffled off.) A compendium of super hero short stories, Masked offers a variety of super prose...
  • Launch Milwaukee: June 5th-7th

    Take the opportunity to launch a new idea at Launch Milwaukee, an intense weekend-long competition where engineers, entrepreneurs, designers and makers come to learn, collaborate, and build great things. Launch Milwa...
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  • Pronouncing Multisyllabic Words: Open and Closed Syllables

    English students are faced with learning how to divide unfamiliar multisyllabic words into syllables in order to pronounce them. One important pattern to learn is about closed and open syllables. The most frequent two...
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  • How to Stand Out at Your New Job

    Here are three pieces of advice from Gillian Lopez in her article "How to Stand Out During Your First 90 Days": Always carry a notepad with you wherever you go. Be known for something (e.g., responsive to all emails...
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  • Why Waste Your Time?

    Why waste your time studying for an Amateur Radio License?  You can do anything with your smart phone that a licensed "ham" can do, right? I have had my license since 1953 so I do have some experience with the c...
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  • Metal for Mettle

    Exhibit featuring historic commemorative medals opening soon Small, splendid sculptural works from the late 19th and early 20th centuries soon will be on display at the Grohmann Museum. Metal for Mettle: Historic Com...
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  • Dr. Hermann Viets to deliver Last Lecture

      All are invited to hear Dr. Hermann Viets, president of MSOE, deliver his “Last Lecture” on Thursday, April 30 at 5:30 p.m. in the Kern Center, 1245 N. Broadway. The lecture also will be broadcast...
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  • Congratulations Tau Beta Pi Spring Initiates!

    Congratulations to all spring Tau Beta Pi Initiates!  Your accomplishments are great and we look forward to what you can bring to our organization!
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  • Don't Forget!-Fall Graduation Applications are due this Friday, May 1st!

    ATTENTION FALL GRADUATES!   If you are planning to graduate in FALL 2015 (the Fall Commencement ceremony will be held on Saturday, November 21st, 2015), your Graduation Application is due in the by Friday, May 1s...
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  • AEI Conference at MSOE focuses on integrated buildings

    At the end of March, MSOE hosted the 2015 Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) Conference at the Pfister Hotel and on campus. A new record attendance was reached with more than 300 attendees: roughly 100 students...
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  • Online reputation management - are you putting your best foot forward?

    Most employers utilize an online search to learn about their potential candidates.  Are you confident that they will find positive information about you?  The article linked below is long, but the informatio...
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  • A "What Not To Do" During the Dining Interview From the Culture and Manners Institute

      The strangest story I have ever heard about a meal interview: a PhD candidate for a university position planted a fork in the middle of a chicken breast, turned it upside down and began taking bites out of it.....
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  • Billy Fyfe appointed director of public safety

    Billy Fyfe has been appointed director of the Public Safety Department at Milwaukee School of Engineering. Fyfe has more than 12 years of experience in university safety and security. He previously served as a shuttle...
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  • Something to Know before You Give Life to Your Video Game Idea

    If you are keen on video games and would like to give life to your own video game design ideas, then there are some tips to care for. Any work requires intense efforts from the maker’s side, so the same requires...
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