• Mitchell Middle School wins NFPA Fluid Power Challenge at MSOE

    Students from Mitchell Middle School in Racine, Wis., were the 2014 Overall Winners in the NFPA Fluid Power Challenge. The team was coached by Keith Kohlmann. The competition is designed to get middle school students...
    MSOE News Services
    last modified by MSOE News Services
  • Tim Tuesdays: New Beginnings

    Welcome to Winter Quarter! Does it feel like 10th week of Fall Quarter was just yesterday? It definitely does to me as I write this, especially because that is when I posted my last Tim Tuesdays entry! Maybe you did...
    Tim Valley
    last modified by Tim Valley
  • Great online resource for learning about job searching

    The Career Services Department offers a great online resource for you to learn about every aspect of your job or internship search, from writing a resume or networking, to nailing the interview.  It's called "Job...
    Erik Oswald
    last modified by Erik Oswald
  • Bi-Weekly Book Raffle: How it All Started

    Student Life and the Walter Schroeder Library Present: ​ How it All Started By Reader’s Digest For the next bi-weekly book raffle! (Three copies will be raffled off.) “Do you ever wonder… Why most c...
  • Rockwell Collins Visits MSOE -12.8.2014

    Rockwell Collins representatives will be on the MSOE campus Monday, 12/8/2014 from 8:00 am to 6:30 pm.  Come visit their Info booth at the Student Life and Campus Center from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm to learn what Roc...
    Kaly Etten
    last modified by Kaly Etten
  • Rockwell Collins events Monday December 8th

    3 reps from Rockwell Collins will be at MSOE all day Monday (12/8/2014). Here is the current schedule of events:   8:00 - 12:00 PM Rockwell Collins Guest Lectures in select SE/CE/EE Classes   11:00 - 2...
    Erik Oswald
    last modified by Erik Oswald
  • MSOE to host NFPA Fluid Power Challenge

    Milwaukee School of Engineering is hosting the NFPA Fluid Power Challenge, a competition that gets middle school students excited about fluid power. On Monday, Dec. 8, 33 teams of eighth-grade students will design and...
    MSOE News Services
    last modified by MSOE News Services
  • MSOE named to 2015 STEM Jobs Approved Colleges list

    Milwaukee School of Engineering has been designated a 2015 STEM JobsSM Approved College by Victory Media. The inaugural list is the first of its kind to rate universities, colleges, community colleges and trade school...
    MSOE News Services
    last modified by MSOE News Services
  • Chipotle:  Off Campus Merchant accepting Raider Plan again!

    During break week, I found out Chipotle was having problems accepting the Raider Plan.  I contacted our merchant handler, but the problem was within Chipotle.  The Chipotle IT personnel needed to come to the...
    Sheila Barber
    last modified by Sheila Barber
  • Inspirational Quote of the Day - Swami Vivekananda

    Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life - think of it, dream of it, live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This ...
    Jessalynn Smith
    last modified by Jessalynn Smith
  • New Blog

    Just though this would be interesting to start a blog. Hopefully I can learn new things and help anyone else at MSOE. Here's to a new beginning!
    Megan Fugitt
    last modified by Megan Fugitt
  • Don't forget to attend the Scholastic Book Fair this week Friday and Saturday!

    Looking for a holiday gift? Want to help get books to children in need?   Scholastic Book Fair benefiting Sam's Hope Literacy Foundation   Friday, Dec. 5th Stop by after class 12-3 CC 3rd Floor or during th...
    Megan Feilbach
    last modified by Megan Feilbach
  • MSOE Dean's and Honors Lists - Fall 2014

    MSOE’s 2014 Fall 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 Dean̵...
    MSOE News Services
    last modified by MSOE News Services
  • Senior Design Project Funding Still Available

    The Rader School of Business, through the Uihlein/Spitzer Chair of Entrepreneurship, has limited funds still available to help senior design teams acquire equipment, supplies, or services vital to their project. See t...
    David Tietyen
    last modified by David Tietyen
  • Make the Grade with RCAS: Study tools

    Well, it’s the start of a new quarter and maybe you've decided that you want to try some new ideas for studying. In addition to coming to RCAS in CC-02 for tutoring, some suggestions from tutors who use differen...
    Cindy Kotlarek
    last modified by Cindy Kotlarek
  • Make the Grade with RCAS: Study tools

    Well, it’s the start of a new quarter and maybe you've decided that you want to try some new ideas for studying. In addition to coming to RCAS in CC-02 for tutoring, some suggestions from tutors who use differen...
    Cindy Kotlarek
    last modified by Cindy Kotlarek
  • Networking?  Here's how not to introduce yourself

    Networking has been and will continue to be one of the most effective job search strategies.  However, it takes some skill to be successful, and your first impression at an event can set the tone for the relation...
    Erik Oswald
    last modified by Erik Oswald
  • Bi-Weekly Book Raffle: Dad is Fat

    Student Life and the Walter Schroeder Library Present: ​ Dad Is Fat By Jim Gaffigan For the next bi-weekly book raffle! (Two autographed copies will be raffled off.) “I know what you are thinking.  Finally,...
    Walter Schroeder Library
    last modified by Walter Schroeder Library
  • Inspirational Quote of the Day - Allen Klein

    Your attitude is like a box of crayons that color your world. Constantly color your picture gray, and your picture will always be bleak. Try adding some bright colors to the picture by including humor, and your pictur...
    Jessalynn Smith
    last modified by Jessalynn Smith
  • Money Monday: Spotlight on Fellowships & National-level Scholarships

    Every penny counts when it comes to saving for and paying for college. Therefore, no scholarship is too small to win. Most of the scholarships I post here are in the $1,000 to $5,000 range, but I have posted ones for ...
    Amanda Wysk
    last modified by Amanda Wysk