More than 500 members of the MSOE community, Board of Regents, Corporation members, elected officials, and business representatives gathered on Monday, April 23 to celebrate the groundbreaking for MSOE’s new Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall. Attendees took to Twitter to share their thoughts and accolades about the occasion.

Governor Scott Walker tweeted, “Proud to join students and faculty at the groundbreaking for MSOE’s new computational science hall – we’re positioning WI schools to be at the forefront of next-generation technologies.” 

Mechelle King ’04, MSOE Corporation member, commented, “I feel like I’ve been saying this a lot lately, but I am so proud of the legacy and excited for the future of MSOE as we celebrate the groundbreaking of the Dwight & Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall.”  

MSOE neighbors Direct Supply said, “Congratulations to MSOE for breaking ground on the new Diercks Computational Science Hall, located next door to our Innovation & Technology Center! We’re excited to collaborate with MSOE for years to come.”