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Drs. Barnicki and Nickel work with students at St. Joan Antida High School as part of their outreach grant.

Sweet Projects

Chocolate inspires Cross-department collaborations enhance curriculum Educators across three MSOE departments are changing the way students look at engineering – and chocolate. Dr. Cynthia Barnicki of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Anne-Marie Nickel of Physics and Chemistry and Dr. Katherine Wikoff of Humanities, Social Science and Communication teamed up to investigate how the study of chocolate could […]

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Serving Students

Cory Prust Electrical Engineering Class of 2001 Dr. Cory Prust’s door is always open to his students – and each spring the associate professor of electrical engineering has more than a few treat him with an unexpected visit. “I will have these moments when they run into my office –just smiling ear to ear–saying ‘It […]

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Bright Futures

Bright Futures Pre-college programs lead to successful careers A love of Legos and a tendency to tinker and take things apart were early signs that Greg Billetdeaux ’14, Samantha Scharles ’15 and Brian Scharles ’17 would be successful engineers. Some might say it was in their blood: the three Mukwonago natives are the progeny of […]

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International Perspective

Maysam Bantan Biomedical Engineering Class of 2017 Ever since she was a child, Maysam Bantan dreamed of studying abroad. Her parents wanted her to be a doctor, but she had her sights set on a career uncommon for females in her native Saudi Arabia: engineering. Her dream to become an engineer led her to the […]

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Choosing MSOE

Choosing MSOE In Fall 2015, MSOE welcomed 2,939 students from around the world to campus. Each of them has their own reasons for choosing MSOE. For many, the graduate placement rate and starting salaries are a deciding factor—96% of graduates go on to jobs in their field or the graduate school of their choice, and […]

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Phoebe Skowronski Biomedical Engineering, Class of 2016 When she began her college search over four years ago, Phoebe Skowronski set some criteria for the schools she would apply to and eventually call home: it had to offer biomedical engineering as a major, it had to be in a city not too close to home, and […]

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Brittany Vitkovich Architectural Engineering, Class of 2016 As a senior reflecting back on her previous years at MSOE and envisioning her last one, Brittany Vitkovich can easily say choosing to attend MSOE was an excellent decision. Originally from Chicago, she has always attended smaller schools and has lived in the city for the majority of […]

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Award Winning

Award-Winning Faculty What Dr. Anne-Marie Nickel, professor in the Physics and Chemistry Department, Dr. Cory Prust, associate professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, and Jeff Roznowski, lecturer in the Rader School of Business, want students to feel in their classes is connection. Connection to them, connection to the subject matter and connection […]

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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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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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