Erika Spanbauer

SWE Spotlight

Posted by Erika Spanbauer Aug 27, 2015

Jessica Bilskie | Fundraising Committee Chair

Electrical Engineering Major, German Studies Minor Class of 2018

 

What is your favorite restaurant in MKE? Buca Di Beppo

 

What is the best movie you saw this summer? Despicable Me 2

 

How did you get involved in SWE? I joined the Fundraising Committee a couple weeks into freshman, and got involved in as many activities with SWE as I could.

 

What is your advice to incoming freshman? Find time to leave the dorm room. It is easy to get caught up in staying in your room and doing homework, but it is important to get out every once in a while, especially during the winter quarter. This will help you enjoy college more as well as help you from getting home sick.image.jpg

 

Check back Tuesday for the next SWE Spotlight!

Erika Spanbauer

SWE Spotlight

Posted by Erika Spanbauer Aug 25, 2015

Elizabeth McBride | Outreach Chair

Electrical Engineering Class of 2017

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What is your favorite restaurant in MKE? Bel Air Catina.

 

What was the best movie you saw this summer? Jurassic World.

 

How did you get involved in SWE? I got involved with SWE through my roommate, Rachael DiGrazia and I was introduced to it during freshman year welcome week.

 

What is your advice to incoming freshmen? Take the time to get to know your professor and go to office hours. Office hours not only show you care about the class but also professor are more willing to answer your questions if you take the time out of your day to go to office hours.

Erika Spanbauer

SWE Spotlight

Posted by Erika Spanbauer Aug 20, 2015

*SWE Spotlight*

 

Kensie Mezzano | MSOE SWE Treasurer

BioMedical Engineering Class of 2017

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What is your favorite restaurant in MKE? TGIFridays

 

What was the best movie you saw this summer? The Longest Ride

 

How did you get involved in SWE? SWE is a great society to get involved with and I was interested in all the opportunities  that could come from it.

 

What is your advice to incoming freshman? Find friends who you can be yourself around, who make any time fun, whether it's a night out or just lying around singing your lungs out, and no matter what, who will always be there for you. I was lucky enough to find some of my best friends the first week of freshmen year and they truly make my college experience that much better.

 

Check back Tuesday for the next SWE Spotlight!

Erika Spanbauer

SWE Spotlight

Posted by Erika Spanbauer Aug 18, 2015

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Kayla Thilges | MSOE SWE Secretary
Mechanical Engineering 2018

 

What is your favorite place to eat in MKE? The Public Market

 

What was the best movie you saw this summer? Jurassic World 3D

 

How did you get involved in SWE? Before I came to MSOE I had never heard of the organization. One of my friends I met here was a SWE member and she recommended I check it out. I decided to go to a meeting and it ended up being a great fit!

 

What is your advice to incoming freshman? Get involved! Whether it be a club or sports team, you will meet so many new people and learn new things. Being a part of clubs and sports helped me get accustomed to MSOE life a lot quicker and has allowed me to meet some pretty great people!

 

Check back on Thursday for the next SWE Spotlight!

Erika Spanbauer

SWE Spotlight

Posted by Erika Spanbauer Aug 14, 2015

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     Alana Tirimacco | MSOE SWE Vice President
     Biomedical Engineering Student 2016

 

     What is your favorite restaurant in MKE? Water Street Brewery

 

     What is the best movie you saw this summer? Inside Out

 

     How did you get involved in SWE? When I decided I wanted to study engineering, my Dad insisted that I join SWE, so I went to the first      meeting and fell in love with the organization. I love all of the different opportunities it offers!

 

     What is your advice to incoming freshman at MSOE? Schedule in time to study for each class. That way, even if you don't have      homework, you'll have time set aside to go over things covered!

Erika Spanbauer

SWE Spotlight

Posted by Erika Spanbauer Aug 11, 2015

Rachael Digrazia | MSOE Section President

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What is your favorite restaurant in MKE? BelAir Cantina.

 

What was the best movie you saw this summer? Jurassic World by far!!

 

How did you get involved in SWE? Freshman year I joined the Fundraising Committee after the first couple weeks.

 

What is your advice to incoming freshman at MSOE? Social time is just as important as academics. Don't get overly caught up in getting perfect grades if it means sacrificing a night with your friends!

Hey SWEsters!

 

Yaskawa Training Cafe Express invites you to participate as an attendee in the following online informational session that is designed for technicians and engineers that need an introduction to induction motors.

 

Date: Monday, August 3, 2015

 

Time: 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM CDT

 

Presenter: Daniel Schubert, Product Training Engineer

 

What You'll Learn

 

   - Component Identification

   - Theory of Induction and Electromagnetism

   - Synchronous vs. Rated Speed

   - Motor Poles

   - Speed Torque Curves

   - Nameplate Review

   - Enclosure Types

 

Register NOW!

Gerald Soriano

Photos from SWii Night

Posted by Gerald Soriano Sep 11, 2014

Here are some photos from yesterday's SWii Night:

 

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Thank you to everyone who attended!

View the full gallery below on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.757761814281276.1073741851.112929555431175

Our “SWEster” of the month, May 2014, is Greg Billetdeaux!


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Greg is a senior Software engineering student at MSOE.  He has been very active in SWE this year with excellent meeting and event attendance.  Greg often helps SWE from behind a camera, and we are grateful for his help over the years working behind the scenes.  We wish him the best of luck as he graduates from MSOE this week!

Our “SWEster” of the month, April 2014, is Ashley Toll!


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Ashley is a sophomore Biomedical engineering student at MSOE.  She has been a great help with SWE outreach events this year and was also very active in our St. Pat’s competition. We look forward to seeing how Ashley will continue supporting SWE as our section’s Outreach Chair next year!

Thank you to all who came out to our end of the year party. The night started out with reminiscing while viewing the end of the year video and recognizing our senior members. Afterwards, the SWEsters of the Month for April and May were announced. The party ended with a Just Dance 2014 session on the Wii.


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Congratulations again to our senior SWEsters who will soon be graduating. This was a great year for SWE!

 

To view more photos of the party, please click the link below:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.698586993532092.1073741850.112929555431175

Last Friday (5/16/14), our SWEsters visited North Shore Middle School in Hartland, WI to deliver a presentation about SWE, Engineering, and MSOE. They also had a hands-on activity for students to participate in that involved working in teams to create a tin foil boat that would hold the most pennies. The students’ engineering skills were put to the test!


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Thank you to our SWEsters who were able to volunteer at this event!

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SWE recently had a Professional Dinner on May 1, 2014 at the APC and there was a great turnout! We were able to amass a substantial amount of professional women for this event. Our SWEsters did a great job networking with these professional women (and a few men).

 

The dinner was successful and we could not ask for a better turnout. The food was great and the attendees were the highlight of the event.

 

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We hope that everyone enjoyed the event! Thank you to all who attended! Let us do this again. Our sincerest “Thank Yous” go out to Ms. Emily M., our guest speaker from Rockwell Automation who delivered her great life story, and to all of our professional women and men in attendance.

 

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To view more photos of this event, please visit the the link below:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.690571737666951.1073741848.112929555431175

 

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This was a truly wonderful night!

MSOE SWE members had the great outreach opportunity of doing a hands on activity with high school students attending the 2014 MSOE Engineering Discovery Days Thursday and Friday.  Our booth's Biomedical Engineering themed activity was making a prosthetic leg out of limited household materials in a limited amount of time.  Students enjoyed thinking creatively and we were amazed by the variety of designs created over the two days.  Thank you to Codi Alger and all of your team for organizing this great event!  SWE looks forward to participating again in the future!

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IMGP0004.JPG.jpgThis past February, eight representatives from our section traveled by bus to Michigan Tech for the annual Region H Conference.  There, they met with SWE student and professional members from across the region.  Members were able to explore the snowy wonderland of Houghton, Michigan Friday night which included skiing or attending a hockey game!  Saturday they enjoyed keynote speakers as well as individual sessions and tours.  MSOE SWE would like to thank Student Life for helping to make this trip possible for our members.

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