• "Art Shay: Working" opens May 16 at Grohmann Museum

    The Grohmann Museum’s newest exhibition opens Friday, May 16. Art Shay: Working will feature the legendary photographer’s images of work and the worker. Nihil sine magno labore (nothing without great labo...
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  • Career Net Strategy - Save Your Search!

    Did you know that Career Net will e-mail you when new jobs or internships are posted?  It will, but you have to "Save Your Search" in order to make it happen.  Here's how:   1) Log in at http://msoe.ex...
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  • [Gerald's Journey] - Travelling to MSOE

    Hello all,   This will be the the first entry of my new blog Gerald's Journey. I will be talking about my journey from start to finish at MSOE. As of right now, I don't know how many entries I'll make but I hope...
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  • Acceptance Letter

    I feel so excited to part of MSOE community. I'm looking forward to meeting all of you in Fall quarter.
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  • Throwback Thursday - Roscoe Raider

    Happy Throwback Thursday, MSOE! In the true spirit of the Throwback Thursday trend, here is a picture of our beloved Roscoe Raider from 1993.  Much to the relief of Roscoe fans today, he is not sporting fluores...
    Lindsay Bastian
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  • The Daily Dean: Perspective

    I like to work on having an ongoing sense of perspective--that ability to see the big picture, to view the way things connect, to not get wrapped up in minutia. I believe that happiness is not a result of one's envir...
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  • The Daily Dean: Dreaming of Mountains

    I grew up in the Pacific Northwest, In Seattle, where the sun rises over the Cascade Mountains and sets over the Olympic Mountains. When I went on motorcycle rides, I always headed to the Sawtooth Mountains in  n...
    David Howell
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  • MSOE wins award for student activities

    MSOE received three awards at the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) 2014 Northern Plains Regional Conference, including the prestigious “Innovative Programming Award” for its Hunger Games D...
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  • Fluid Power Professionals Day

    The International Fluid Power Society has designated June 19th as International Fluid Power Professional day. Designed to highlight the achievements of professionals in the industry and awareness of the fluid power in...
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  • The Daily Dean: I'm Not a Pilot

    My son, Evan, is a cellist. And his cello instructor, Peter Thomas, is one cool dude. Not only does he perform in the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, but he's also the lead electric cellist in the local indie/classic/po...
    David Howell
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  • Starting a NEW Trend here on the HUB - What is in your FREEZER?

    To the left are Bedder Cheddar brats (those are my favorite)...I recently became addicted to Klondike bars (plus it is amazing how many types there are)...and I have a few pizzas...but not just any frozen pizza...the ...
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  • The Daily Dean: What's in the Fridge?

    Rick Gagliano, the Director of Student Activities and the guy who's in the office next to mine, told me about a blog post he put on the HUB that shares a video of what's in his fridge. It's pretty funny: Rick chal...
    David Howell
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  • The Daily Dean: Man salad

    I try to eat healthy--and the operative word in that phrase is "try". It's hard: I was raised in a steak-and-cake family, and I grew up happy and well fed. It's not fair that my metabolism changes as I get older, maki...
    David Howell
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  • Weekly Jump Start: Not waking up well rested?

    Did you know that your body cannot function at it's prime if it does not have the amount of sleep it needs?  Did you know that many college students, MSOE included, do not get enough sleep for their body to perfo...
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  • Money Monday: April 7th, 2014

    Maybe I'm still sad about the Wisconsin Basketball loss over the weekend, but that cat has certainly got my tongue. Therefore, this post will be short, sweet, and to the point. If you haven't yet, please file your 20...
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  • Cleanliness = Reliability in Hydraulics Systems

    The performance and longevity of equipment can be greatly undermined by the contamination of hydraulic fluids and lubricants. Dirty fluid causes 80% of all hydraulics systems failures, according to design engineers. ...
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  • Money Monday: March 17th, 2014

    Happy St. Patrick's Day! Not only is this holiday a big deal in the city of Milwaukee, but MSOE has a special connection because St. Patrick is the patron saint of engineers. Who knew? Well, apparently everybody at MS...
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  • Weekly Wrap Up: Can you read people's emotions?

    Did you know that the accuracy level at which you are able to read other people's emotions can effect your relationships?  Are you sensitive to the moods of your friends or oblivious to their emotions?   T...
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  • Throwback Thursday - MSOE's First Female Teacher

    Today’s Throwback Thursday comes from a 1918 issue of Electroforce—a publication which included articles written by area electrical engineers and news from the School of Engineering of Milwaukee.  &n...
    Lindsay Bastian
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  • MSOE at NCUR 2014

    Just arrived at the University of Kentucky for the 2014 National Conference on Undergraduate Research (http://www.cur.org/ncur_2014/). Very proud of our MSOE students who will be presenting their undergraduate researc...
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