• New digital collection highlights “A History of Radio at MSOE”

    “A History of Radio at MSOE” is now available to the public through MSOE’s Walter Schroeder Library’s digital collections. Resources in the collection document the fascinating evolution of radi...
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  • Muslim Celebration of the Day:  Eid

    Eid al-Fitr in United States Many Muslims in the United States celebrate Eid al-Fitr (also known as Id al-Fitr or Eid ul-Fitr) on the first day of Shawwal in the Islamic calendar. It marks the end of the month-long ...
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  • Low Cost Prosthetic Hands

    Many students become interested in biomedical engineering by way of prostheses. Creating prostheses is only a small part of what biomedical engineers do, but I think is appealing because the need is obvious and the de...
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  • Throwback Thursday- MSOE Athletics

    Our post for this week is on athletics.  Athletics have long had a place at MSOE.  Here are a few pages from Rise to Success through Electricity: A Photo Story of the Milwaukee School of Engineering that hig...
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  • Past St. Pat's Events

    Various Events have taken place during St. Pat's Week.  Here are some images and news clippings documenting some of the events. Parade participation in 1952.   A Talent or Variety Show from 1952....
    Denise Gergetz
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  • Eggs will drop at MSOE

    Wacky week of fun kicks off Friday, March 14 in honor of St. Patrick, patron saint of engineers WHAT: Egg Drop Contest WHEN: Friday, March 14, starting at noon WHERE: Werwath Mall, 500 E. Kilbourn Ave. (between the...
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  • Throwback Thursday- National Engineers Week

    In honor of National Engineers Week, this week's post is a flyer from Career Demonstration Day 1958.  This was MSOE's second annual Career Demonstration held in observance of National Engineers Week.  This f...
    Denise Gergetz
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  • Throwback Thursday- Campus Center

    Did you know that the Campus Center has been standing since the 1940s?  The building was originally home to the Blatz Brewery's offices and bottling operation and was later the headquarters for Pabst.  MSOE ...
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  • Some history on a sock a day...

    This is so amazing!! By the eighteenth century, an Icelandic servant girl was expected to be able to produce one long stocking, or to card. spin. and knit a pair of short socks each day.   Dudes... card spin an...
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  • Throwback Thursday-- MSOE displays a new computer

    In November and December 1955, MSOE had a shiny new IBM computer on display. In this photograph, students watch as a supervising customer service engineer from IBM demonstrates the new machine. (From: Bulletin Relay,...
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  • Throwback Thursday-- First Graduating Class of MEs

    Hi, I’m Lindsay. I’m part of Team Archives here at the MSOE Library.   Today’s Throwback Thursday item comes from the December 1956 issue of the MSOE Bulletin Relay. On December 20th, 1956 MSOE...
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  • Throwback Thursday- 1930s EE Earnings

    As finals week is winding down, its good to remember what your education can be worth.  This article from an early 1930s bulletin gives students and prospective students information on the value of an electrical ...
    Denise Gergetz
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  • Throwback Thursday- Then and Now

    This week we found a scrapbook from the early 1900s, that was probably put together by a member of the Werwath family.   Here are a few pictures from it of scenes from around Milwaukee.  It's interesting t...
    Denise Gergetz
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  • The Hunger Games

    I just read the book The Hunger Games.  I haven't seen the movie.  A few thoughts on what I read: It was certainly a gripping read. I had conflicting feelings feelings inside throughout the book.  The...
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  • Openness to Change

    For anyone in the academic world--teachers, students, staff, parents--September is the month of change: new faces, new classes, new textbooks, new rosters of names. For those of us at MSOE, this fall brings even more ...
    Lisa Rivero
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