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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 the attached for details.

Take a look at these high-paying careers at In-Demand Careers that Pay Well - Yahoo Education

A new master's degree in educational leadership has been announced by the MSOE Rader School of Business. See the full story at: http://www.jsonline.com/news/education/msoe-to-offer-education-oriented-mba-b99160869z1-235346581.html

MSOE rated by US News & World Report as a best college for veterans.

At the top of the list of the hottest fields of the next decade and beyond are database administrators, one of the many professions that our MIS graduates excell in. To find out more, click on the above link.

It's official, MSOE has acquired a building adjacent to campus for student apartments. See more at: http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/business/229471681.html

The Rader School of Business, through the Uihlein/Spitzer Chair of Entrepreneurship, is providing "seed" funding for engineering senior design projects. Student teams will be awarded up to $500 to help them acquire the equipment, supplies, of services vital to the implementation of their project. During the 2012-2013 academic year, eleven student teams were awarded funds.

 

To qualify for the funds, students submit a proposal that covers the entrepreneurial focus of the their project including identification of target market(s), detailing of potential financial and human benefits, and articulation of a value proposition. Application guidelines are available from Professor Emeritus David Tietyen at tietyen@msoe.edu. Applications must be received no later than January 31, 2014. The earlier an application is submitted, the more likely it will be funded as the funding is limited to a total of $5,000.

David Tietyen

Successful Career Fair

Posted by David Tietyen Oct 17, 2013

MSOE hosted its annual Career Fair on Oct. 11, the biggest ever with 205 employers. To prepare, students attended pre-fair workshops about LinkedIn, visited with Career Services to perfect their resumes, created accounts in CareerNet, and networked with MSOE alumni. The companies were impressed by the first-class service and, more importantly, by our students. Employers stated that freshman to seniors came prepared to present their professional best and did!