• WMSE Rockabilly Chili Contest turns up the heat

    WMSE 91.7FM will hold its 12th annual Rockabilly Chili Contest fundraiser at the MSOE Kern Center, 1245 N. Broadway, on Sunday, March 2 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. More than 60 Milwaukee restaurants, cafes and caterers wil...
  • James Davison Hunter visits MSOE

    Thanks to the Kern Family Foundation, students, alumni, faculty and staff at Milwaukee School of Engineering enjoyed a special presentation by James Davison Hunter, author of “The Death of Character: Moral Educa...
  • Fluid Power Challenge winners

    Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) and the National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) held a Fluid Power Challenge on Dec. 9 at MSOE. Teams of eighth-grade students competed to solve a fluid power challenge by design...
  • New MBA Fellowship in Education Leadership

    Master’s program at Milwaukee School of Engineering will blend clinical practice in schools with innovative business school coursework and international experience To close achievement gaps not only between Ame...
  • MSOE to induct nine into Athletic Hall of Fame

    Milwaukee School of Engineering has announced nine former student-athletes will make up the 2014 induction class into the MSOE Athletic Hall of Fame. Chris Boardman '05, Catherine Chappell '08, Benjamin Herrmann '07,...
  • Public Notice: Call for Comments

    Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) is seeking comments from the public about the university in preparation for its periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency. The university will host a visit April 7-9...
  • 2013 Fall Quarter Dean's and Honors Lists

    Congratulations to all of the students who were named to the 2013 Fall Quarter Dean’s and Honors Lists. Undergraduate students who have earned at least 30 credits and have a cumulative GPA of 3.20 or higher (out...
  • “OP”portunity Conference winners announced

    More than 70 teams of high school students put their computer, math and science skills to the test during Milwaukee School of Engineering’s annual Opportunity Conference in November. The OP Conference gives high...
  • MSOE receives approval to improve downtown building for student housing

    The Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee today approved a resolution allowing Milwaukee School of Engineering to obtain ownership of the former Staybridge Suites building at 1150 N. Water St. in downtown M...
  • Woodie Adkins to speak at MSOE Fall Commencement

    Seventy undergraduate and graduate students in engineering majors, the Rader School of Business and the School of Nursing will receive their bachelor’s or master’s degrees at Milwaukee School of Engineerin...
  • MSOE athletic field and parking complex named Viets Field

    The new athletic field and parking complex at Milwaukee School of Engineering has officially been named Pamela and Hermann Viets Field in honor of the university’s president and his wife. Dr. Robert Kern suggest...
  • Five business leaders join MSOE Board of Regents

    John J. Allen (Jack), Stephen G. Booth, Daniel J. Moceri, James C. Rahn and Neal K. Wunderlich have joined the Board of Regents at Milwaukee School of Engineering. In addition, five individuals were added as MSOE Corp...
  • Students are best in region and nation

    Four teams of architectural engineering and construction management students from Milwaukee School of Engineering traveled to the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region 3 Conference and Student Competitions i...
  • New MSOE student residence option coming soon

    Milwaukee School of Engineering has received final approval to move forward with its plan to obtain ownership of the building at the corner of Juneau Avenue and Water Street (1150 N. Water St.) in downtown Milwaukee. ...
  • MSOE places second at ASCE Great Lakes Regional Conference

    Originally published May 2, 2013 MSOE’s student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers took second place overall in the ASCE Great Lakes Regional Conference. As a group, the students took first plac...
  • 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 ...
  • Students are gearing up for the MSOE Career Fair

    MSOE’s annual Career Fair is happening Friday, Oct. 11 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Kern Center and students are taking it very seriously. With 205 employers expected to attend, there will be plenty of opport...
  • MSOE receives grant to help offer more paid internships

    MSOE recently received a $150,000 Career Ready Internship Initiative grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation. This grant will benefit students enrolled in MSOE’s Student Support Services TRI...
  • MSOE Center for BioMolecular Modeling receives NSF grant

    The Center for BioMolecular Modeling (CBM) at Milwaukee School of Engineering has been awarded $540,000 by the National Science Foundation to extend the CREST Program for an additional three years. The CREST program (...
  • Lost Arts at the Grohmann Museum

    The Grohmann Museum is hosting the fourth annual Lost Arts Festival. A celebration of our working past, the festival brings to life the activities and ways of work captured in the paintings and bronzes in the museum's...