• ESL Gingerbread Competition

    Since we are an engineering school, last Friday we put the ESL students to the test to design and construct the most creative gingerbread houses they could think of. Many students were unfamiliar with the concept of g...
    Kayla Maule
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  • Couch to 5K Day 1

    Hi all, and welcome to my new blog.   I'm going to carefully document my experience from couch to 5K and I'm glad you're planning to follow along with me! Please follow me and like me and all that great stuff so...
    Lars Woehlck
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  • What's the difference between computer engineering and software engineering?

    Relationship between computer engineering (CE), software engineering (SE), and computer science (CS) Scientists focus on discovering something new about the real or virtual (inside a computer) world. Engineers focu...
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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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  • R&W Intermediate I: Describe your future job. What is good/bad about the job?

    Is your job a cool, dangerous, or dirty job? Click on each word to find more videos about each type of job.
    Anna Hemming
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  • MSOE Dean’s and Honors Lists - Winter 2014

    MSOE’s Winter Quarter Dean’s and Honors Lists have been released. Undergraduate students who have earned at least 30 credits and have a cumulative GPA of 3.20 or higher (out of 4.0) are on the Dean’s...
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  • Hub Update: Chrome Issue

    If you are using Chrome, your content tabs may look a little funny.  This is an issue with an update that Chrome pushed and we are trying to find resolution.  Firefox and IE render just fine.  We will k...
    Dana Grennier
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  • IT Update: Accessing List Serves

    We have developed a list of student organizations and departments on campus that used to have a list serve.  The document includes the name of the student organization and departments and if you need to join or f...
    Dana Grennier
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  • IT Update: List Serves

    The MSOE list serves were a convenient way to share information with the masses.  Whether you were a current student, faculty member or alum, you were able to receive the information that was important to you.&nb...
    Dana Grennier
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  • IT Update: Migrating Outlook from temporary to permanent mailbox

    The IT department has finished the migration process to the new mailbox servers and has made all of the new mailboxes permanent. Now that the server process is complete, each user can proceed to transition Outlook to ...
    Dana Grennier
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  • IT Update: Email System

    The IT systems team has been working to complete the process of finalizing the configuration of the new email storage servers. We have been asking users to maintain the “temporary mailbox” status while we ...
    Dana Grennier
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  • IT Update: Email is back up

    The email system is back up and is accessible.    Thank you again for your patience.  If you have any questions, please direct them to the IT Help Desk.
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  • IT Update: Status Report

    Thanks again to the MSOE community for your patience and understanding as we have worked to restore all of the university's systems. At this time, all production systems are up and running including all of our large f...
    Dana Grennier
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  • Web Update from the Director of Technology and Information Systems

    There have been many questions asked about the missing information on the email servers and what is being done about it. Here is a summary of the situation.   The power event that occurred on Monday morning, Dece...
    Dana Grennier
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  • Web Update: Status for the Weekend

    Thank you for your patience as we have worked over the last several days to restore the MSOE IT systems.  Here is the status update of as end of day, Friday, January 3rd:   Email - available. Use webmail or...
    Dana Grennier
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  • Web Update: How to export or import your rules from Outlook

    In addition to your email, calendar and contacts, etc, you may also have created rules in Outlook to better manage your inbox.  Please refer to the instructions below on how to import and export your local rules ...
    Dana Grennier
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  • Web Update: FAQ about email transition

    As questions have been coming in, we wanted to provide some frequently asked questions that may help you as you back up your email data:   Q: I don't use Outlook, but I use another email program that downloads m...
    Dana Grennier
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  • Web Update: How to retrieve Outlook data

    This blog will explain the steps necessary to retrieve the Outlook data (email, tasks, contacts, calendar, notes) you had prior to December 30th.   The data is still available in a file on your computer. In orde...
    Dana Grennier
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  • Web Update: Email Status

    MSOE email is currently accessible using webmail.  We are asking that individuals back up their old email through Outlook.  A campus wide message will be going out this afternoon via your MSOE email address ...
    Dana Grennier
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  • Web Update: Email and Blackboard

    As we continue to work to restore services on campus, Hub Help will be your source for up-to-date information.  We currently have the following updates:   1. Email: You can now access your MSOE email throug...
    Dana Grennier
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