• Babies and Phones

    Have you ever called up a family member with a baby, and they give the baby the phone so that you can talk to them? I've had that happen so many times because of my younger siblings and always being away from them. I ...
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  • Thursday Night

    I have a friend from out of town visiting this lovely Thursday evening, any suggestions of what to do this evening on a college student's budget and in this strange "summer" weather?
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  • MSOE “Imagineers” take second place worldwide

    A team of MSOE freshmen, dubbed the “Imagineers,” took second place in the Technical Challenge at the Destination Imagination Global Tournament in Knoxville, Tenn. The first-year team came together and pla...
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  • The Daily Dean: Food trucks

    I was walking to Starbucks at Red Arrow Park the other day and found a host of food trucks parked on Water Street, just on the other side of the ice rink. Each truck had a long line of people waiting to order somethin...
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  • The Daily Dean: Mourning the loss of cupcakes

    I'm sad that, as of last Friday, there is no longer a Milwaukee Cupcake Company. For years, my family would frequent this cupcakery in the 3rd Ward to celebrate various events (or just enjoy a morsel). Last Friday, my...
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  • Open House

    7/19/14 10:00 AM
    Come and enjoy all that campus has to offer during MSOE’s Open House. During the Open House, you will have the opportunity to learn about the admission process, take a walking tour of the highlights on campus, a...
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  • The Daily Dean: Eggs are the bomb!

    My wife is allergic to eggs, and I feel sorry for her, because I could eat eggs 24/7/365. Most mornings, I have two fried eggs (over easy) with my Nueske's Bacon. The eggs have to be free-range, organic brown--just th...
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  • Want to be a Summer Program Assistant?!

    Summer Programs Ambassador (SPA) Positions Available!   Who should apply: Current MSOE students who are creative, fun and energetic! A desire to ensure the Summer Program participants have a fantastic time on ca...
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  • The Daily Dean: Slow motion

    Note: The Daily Dean won't publish tomorrow--hope you have a "good Friday" (pun intended). We're about to take a 3 day break at MSOE, and it's time to slow things down a bit. Life on campus can be chaotic. The data ...
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  • MSOE Academic Advising Handbook

    This handbook has been designed as a resource to the academic advisors of MSOE.
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  • Campus Ambassador Application

    If you are interested in being a Campus Ambassador, please fill out the application and attach with your resume in an email to either Mandy Runnalls (runnalls@msoe.edu) or Megan Waelti (waelti@msoe.edu).   We lo...
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  • The Daily Dean: Brett Kash, part II--a tip of the hat to Dr. Wentz

    As I mentioned yesterday, Brett is a great student. He's currently taking an independent study with me this quarter--his last quarter at MSOE--so we can continue our ongoing, meaningful exchange of information. For ...
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  • The Daily Dean: Mardi Gras!

    Today is Fat Tuesday, which means it's time to consume a few calories in the form of King Cake. My wife and I made a couple last night, and I brought one into the office. So if you feel like having a slice of some hom...
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  • The Daily Dean: Evan's cello

    My son, Evan, plays the cello. He started in 5th grade, and thanks to the support of some great music teachers in the Whitefish Bay school district, he's really, really good. Evan's now a sophomore in high school, and...
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  • so...guess who got accepted?!

    I definitely got accepted and am super excited! I can't wait to attend! I'm so excited and can't wait to meet new classmates!!!
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  • Beyond Retention--Why Student Success Matters

    Thanks to Dave Howell and Joe Meloy for sharing this gem of an article!  Happy reading!   Article from: Loralyn Taylor, Director of Institutional Research and Registrar at Paul Smith’s College of Art...
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  • The Daily Dean: silence and listening

    At the Dalton Institute conference, I sat in on a presentation by Dr. Gage Pain, the Vice President for Student Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin. Her presentation focused on silence--how we need to make sp...
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  • The Daily Dean: Meet the Dean

    After reflecting on the topic I last wrote about (silence and listening), it dawned on me that, as the Dean of Students, I don't have a designated time to meet with students. Yes, I meet with students all of the time-...
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  • Accepted Student Day

    3/21/14 10:00 AM
    Are you wondering what it would be like to be an MSOE student? The admissions staff invites accepted undergraduate students to visit campus for a day. During an Accepted Student Day, you will take an in-depth look at ...
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  • Nursing Social

    2/28/14 4:00 PM
    Congratulations on being accepted to the MSOE Nursing Program!  Come hang out with some of our nursing students for a night of fun at MSOE and downtown Milwaukee!  Learn from the students themselves as to ho...
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