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MSOE soccer teams capture NACC Championship Both the MSOE’s Men’s and Women’s soccer teams competed in the NACC Championship games, hosted at Viets Field, on Nov. 7. It was an exhilarating day as both teams went on to capture the titles, as well as bids for the NCAA Division III tournament. The teams played in […]

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MSOE Research

At MSOE, students are offered many opportunities to conduct research through the Academic Undergraduate Research (AUR) and Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) programs. The projects showcased on this page are a result of students’ meaningful participation in research and other scholarly activities under the mentorship of the MSOE faculty members listed below. This is a […]

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Reach Success

Reach Success College isn’t easy, and everyone needs a helping hand at some point in their four years. That’s where MSOE’s Raider Center for Academic Success, or RCAS, comes into play. The Tutoring Center, the Testing Center, Writing Assistance, Student Accessibility Services, and Academic Transitions have all teamed together to form the Raider Center for […]

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Students who are changing the world.

Lauren Itzin Civil Engineering, Class of 2017 Engineers Without Borders (EWB) is an international organization that provides its members with opportunities they will never forget. The work they do will leave a lasting positive impact on the communities they assist. Before MSOE’s student chapter of EWB visited, the school that served the village of Chitom […]

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Global Trip

Global Trip You’ve probably imagined traveling to a different country to study, or know someone who has. But have you ever considered the experience of international students who decide to travel to the United States and study at MSOE? Vanessa David de Campos and Xinzhi Hou are international students studying industrial engineering at MSOE. Vanessa […]

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Helping Honduras

Helping Honduras Dozens of MSOE students spent their spring break enjoying the sun and people of Central America. But it wasn’t about partying and relaxing: their mission was to improve the health and living conditions in remote villages of Honduras. In total, 42 students traveled with four faculty members in the Global Brigades-MSOE student organization. […]

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Family Friends

Family Friends Athletics The members of the MSOE women’s basketball team share a special bond and that chemistry has led to the most impressive season in program history in 2014-15. Shaylan Reardon (AS, ’17) transferred to MSOE from a larger school that had a team nearly twice the size of her new Red & White […]

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Urban Cowboys

Operation Urban Cowboy Engineering Management Compost is vital to nourishing the soil at Riverview Gardens, a 72-acre urban farm in downtown Appleton, Wis. The nonprofit’s staff often wished for a compost sifter to process organic compost on site, but they never thought it would be financially feasible. That’s where the “Grate Eight” came in. The […]

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Alumni Paths

Rokkincat Rick Allen (SE/CE ’11), Nick Gartmann (SE ’11), Josh Holtz (SE ’11) and Jason Stiebs (SE ’12) all took full-time day jobs in the software development field after their time at MSOE. Though they enjoyed the pay and most of the work they were assigned in their positions, a similar feeling among them was […]

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Voices heard

Meet SGA Jonathan Braaten and Ben Kealty, the president and vice president of MSOE’s Student Government Association (SGA), are going to go far and want to take the rest of the student body with them. They are working to leave a legacy by ensuring that the voice of the student body at MSOE is heard. SGA […]

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