• 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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  • Electrical engineering student builds honey bee robot for literacy education

    Campus was buzzing last month when 60 first grade students visited the Grohmann Museum for the unveiling of Bella the Honey Bee robot. Electrical engineering student Tim DeLeo designed and built the robot for SHARP Li...
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  • Computer engineering students reach out to kids in Cameroon

    A group of MSOE students recently traveled to Africa to set up a computer lab for students at St. Joseph Comprehensive High School in Mambu, Bafut, Cameroon. The initiative was spearheaded by Project Community Compute...
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  • Direct Supply directly connects with MSOE’s engineers

    In an effort to attract some of the area’s top engineering and IT experts, Direct Supply Inc. recently opened the Direct Supply Technology Center on MSOE’s campus. The Technology Center will house up to 60...
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  • Pizza + Finals = Success

    At MSOE, we like to think of creative ways to help students keep calm and relaxed and what better way to do that than feed them all the free pizza a college kid can handle? Through the Student Life office, MSOE’...
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  • MSOE Student Organizations Raise Money… and Awareness

    October was a busy month at MSOE, specifically for a few of our student organizations who lent a helping hand for a cause near and dear to many people’s hearts: breast cancer. Many organizations on campus suppor...
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  • SuperMileage – Gearing Up for 2012-2013!

    Supermileage has started again and is going full steam ahead! There is good reason for this, too: a new car is in store for the year! That’s right, as if one 842 mpg vehicle wasn’t enough; the team is gear...
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  • New Math Degrees Offer Exponential Rewards

    Starting Fall 2013, MSOE will be offering two new bachelor’s degrees: a Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science and a Bachelor of Science in Operations Research. Dr Yvonne Yaz is the program director and excite...
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  • From the Director’s Chair — Act II

    When I was about eight-years old (some time ago, by the way), I distinctly remember opening up what I believed to be the very first Snoppy Snow Cone stand. It was great. I had a rickety TV table, little paper Dixie cu...
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  • From the Director’s Chair

    Before I came to MSOE, I worked for a theater, thus the title of this blog series. I loved it there but what I love more is connecting people with education. I truly believe it is the key to your future – our fu...
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  • A Day at the Beach

    This past Saturday, MSOE’s InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF) hosted a “beach bash” at Milwaukee’s infamous Bradford Beach just blocks from campus. Student from all over campus joined in ...
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  • Rockets and Servant-Leadership take off with MSOE and Our Next Generation

    Two students generously donated their time this summer to work with kids from Our Next Generation’s summer programming. Cameron Schulz and Brett Foster are both headed into their junior year at MSOE. Our Next Ge...
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  • Lions, Leopards, and Volunteering oh my! part 2

    (Part 2 of 2) In case you missed it, read Part 1 here. Another project we worked on during our stay in Kenya was building a computer lab for Sagero secondary school and showing the teachers how to work basic program...
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  • A Grand Finale

    The unthinkable happened for MSOE at SAE Supermileage this year: things went according to plan. The weather was beautiful, the team got along, and the car worked great! Sporting a sleek, new paint job, the car breezed...
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  • Milwaukee Art Museum Adventure

    This past Thursday, three fellow Admissions Ambassadors and I took a trip to the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM). The museum is only a few blocks from MSOE and overlooks the dazzling Lake Michigan shoreline. The architectu...
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  • Lions, Leopards, and Volunteering oh my!

    (Part 1 of 2) Project Kenya is an organization that takes volunteers to Kenya to work on building up communities and schools. The founder and leader of Project Kenya, Brydie Hill, came to MSOE in search of students t...
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  • Make your first phone interview a great one

    As you pursue full-time, part-time and internship opportunities, it’s likely you will be faced with remote interviewing techniques such as phone interviews. Phone interviews are similar to in-person interviews, ...
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  • Gearing Up for Round Two

    We may have had a great time down in Texas last month, but there is certainly no rest for the weary! The SuperMileage team has been hard at work preparing for the next competition in Marshall, Michigan on June 7th and...
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  • Ever feel like throwing your text book? Well at MSOE you can!

    It’s almost the end of the school year at Milwaukee School of Engineering, and the students did what everyone wishes they could have done in college: toss their textbooks! Students gathered on May 18th to throw...
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  • Software Engineers can be Architectural Engineers Too

    Every year the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has a competition to see which school has the best engineers. The two staples of this competition are the Concrete Canoe and the Steel Bridge, with other small...
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