• The Daily Dean: The Boston Marathon

    I used to marathon. I ran the Seattle Marathon a couple of times and the Portland Marathon (when I lived in the Pacific Northwest), and then when we moved to Milwaukee, I participated in the Lakefront Marathon for a c...
    David Howell
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  • Last chance to see photos by Jake Gyllenhaal co-star

    Okay, that headline may be a bit of a cheat.  But it's the truth, even if slightly stretched.  There's just one week left to see the gorgeous photographs of steam locomotives taken by O. Winston Link at the ...
    Katherine Wikoff
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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 ...
    David Howell
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  • The Daily Dean: Formula One 2014

    I received my first speeding ticket when I was 18 years old. I went on to receive 5 moving violations during my 21st year of life. I've had countless speeding violations on my motorcycle--which is why it's a good thin...
    David Howell
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  • What's the difference between grammar, punctuation, and mechanics?

    Was I ever surprised to discover that lots of people want to know the answer!   A year and a half ago I noticed in the stats/analytics section of my personal blog (Katherine Wikoff | Ideas on creativity, innovat...
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  • The Daily Dean: Student Satisfaction

    In the Student Life office, we talk a lot about student satisfaction. We work closely with students so we can best understand what they like about MSOE--as well as what we can improve about our university so we can th...
    David Howell
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  • [Gerald's Journey] - Travelling to MSOE

    Hello all,   This will be the the first entry of my new blog Gerald's Journey. I will be talking about my journey from start to finish at MSOE. As of right now, I don't know how many entries I'll make but I hope...
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  • The Daily Dean: Perspective

    I like to work on having an ongoing sense of perspective--that ability to see the big picture, to view the way things connect, to not get wrapped up in minutia. I believe that happiness is not a result of one's envir...
    David Howell
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  • The Daily Dean: Dreaming of Mountains

    I grew up in the Pacific Northwest, In Seattle, where the sun rises over the Cascade Mountains and sets over the Olympic Mountains. When I went on motorcycle rides, I always headed to the Sawtooth Mountains in  n...
    David Howell
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  • Throwback Thursday - MSOE's First Female Teacher

    Today’s Throwback Thursday comes from a 1918 issue of Electroforce—a publication which included articles written by area electrical engineers and news from the School of Engineering of Milwaukee.  &n...
    Lindsay Bastian
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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....
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  • The Daily Dean: Because Nice Matters

    Over the holiday break, my family went cross-country skiing north of Wausau. The cabin we stayed at was pretty far out there, so far out there that (much to my chagrin) we had no phone or internet access. But this "la...
    David Howell
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  • What happened to the basic academic calender?

    I am trying to find the basic outline of semester/holiday break dates and in clicking through the HUB calender I am not getting that.  Is there another place to get this information now?
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  • Exhibit of Artworks by MSOE University Scholars Program Students

    11/15/13 12:00 PM
    You're Invited to the 4th Annual Reception     Exhibit of Artworks by MSOE University Scholars Program Students     Friday, November 15, 2013 Noon to 1:00pm Grohmann Museum Lower Level Lounge &nb...
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  • City of Milwaukee's Christmas Tree arrives at Red Arrow Park

    One nice "extra" of working at MSOE is our campus's downtown Milwaukee location.  It's fun to be in the center of city happenings.  Yesterday as I walked to Starbucks around ten o'clock for a meeting, I took...
    Katherine Wikoff
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  • Is there a better way to locate rooms in the Science Building?

    Finding a particular room in the science building is a huge task and is really time consuming at times. There should be a better way to map or provide directions, especially to rooms that are not where they are expect...
    Chaitanya Kulkarni
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  • Printing?

    Where on campus can students print in color? And how much is it per sheet?
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  • Vacation dates

    I'm really struggling reading the new academic calender.... When is our fall finals week? Thanksgiving break and all other breaks?
    Chi-Che Chan
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  • What’s happening with the “washerwomen” at the Grohmann Museum?

    One of the paintings Grohmann Museum collection at MSOE will soon go missing. The museum is loaning Jules Breton’s The Washerwomen of the Breton Coast (1870, oil on canvas, 53 ¼ x 79 ¼ in.) to the ...
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  • Creative Approaches to Email Hoarding

    I am an email hoarder. I admit it. The proof is in my gmail account, which reads "9.26 GB (61%) of 15 GB used." That is a lot of email. Some of it is junk that I'm in the process of deleting, but much of it I want to...
    Lisa Rivero
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