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New leaders help guide MSOE

November 16th, 2017

2017_news_regentsNov. 16, 2017 — Dr. Dan Moceri ’76 has been elected chairman of the MSOE Board of Regents. He is cofounder and executive chairman of Convergint Technologies, a global systems integrator organization with 2,400 employees. He is also a partner in Moceri + Roszak, a Chicago-based real estate developer. Moceri holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering technology and Honorary Doctor of Engineering from MSOE and earned his master’s degree in management from Northwestern University. He succeeds Dr. Scott Moon as chairman. Moceri became a member of the MSOE Board of Regents in 2013. He sits on numerous boards including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. Prior to starting Convergint Technologies, Moceri was the president of Siemens Building Technologies Security Division for North America.

Patrick Forsythe, executive VP – global engineering, Generac Power Systems Inc., and Michael Reader, president of Precision Plus, were appointed to the MSOE Board of Regents.

Forsythe has held his position at Generac since 2015. Generac is the leading manufacturer of home backup generators. The company manufactures the widest range of power products in the marketplace including portable, residential, commercial and industrial generators. Forsythe previously served as vice president of global engineering and technology at Hayward Industries (2008 to 2015), VP of global engineering (2004-2008) and director of engineering (2002-2004) at Ingersoll Rand Company. He worked in various engineering management capacities with Generac from 1995 to 2002. Forsythe holds a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Ulster (United Kingdom), a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and an M.S. in Manufacturing Management & Technology from The Open University (United Kingdom).

Reader has been president of Precision Plus since 1995. His company manufactures precision machined metal components for industrial, pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical, dental and medical device manufactures. Precision Plus is an ISO 9001:2008 registered contract manufacturer of precision turned components that specializes in Swiss-type turning. Previously, Reader worked in the commodities market, as global operations manager at Bank of America, in operations at London Investment Trust and Barnes and Company. He earned a bachelor of science in economics from UW-Madison. Reader served as an MSOE Corporation member since 2014, until his appointment as a Regent.

MSOE also welcomed new Corporation members:

Dale Boehm, president and CEO, Caspian, Milwaukee, Chicago and St. Louis
Matt Burow ’99, president, Catalyst Construction, Milwaukee
Chad Cundiff, president, Astronautics Corporation of America, Milwaukee
K. (Raj) Kanuru, senior vice president, general counsel and secretary, Generac Power Systems, Waukesha, Wisconsin
Lori Rosenthal ’87, vice president, board of directors, Milwaukee Facilities Group Leader, GRAEF, Milwaukee
Mark Simonides ’82, vice president and operations manager, Turner Construction, Chicago
Jay Stocki ’90, senior vice president, data and products, Experian, Chicago

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MSOE Fall Commencement is November 18

November 13th, 2017

MSOE CommencementNov. 13, 2017 — Nearly 100 undergraduate and graduate students in engineering majors, the Rader School of Business and School of Nursing will receive their bachelor’s or master’s degrees at Milwaukee School of Engineering’s (MSOE) Fall Commencement, Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Kern Center.

MSOE Regent Kendall Breunig ’79, P.E. will receive an Honorary Doctor of Engineering degree.

Casey Mickschl, of La Crescent, Minnesota, is the class respondent. Mickschl is graduating with high honors and will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.

Amelia Braman, of Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, will receive the Alumni Association Award. Recipients of this prestigious award are first nominated by faculty members in their respective academic departments and then the entire graduating class selects from among its peers the student who is most deserving. She is graduating with high honors and will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.

Breunig is principal of Sunset Investors in Franklin, Wisconsin. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural and Building Construction Engineering Technology from MSOE and a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Marquette University. Breunig became an MSOE Corporation member in 2002 and was elected to the MSOE Board of Regents in 2015. As a licensed Professional Engineer in Wisconsin, Breunig’s career has focused on real estate development and management. Sunset Investors led the redevelopment of the historically designated Pritzlaff Building, Plankinton Lofts and Commission House Condominiums in Milwaukee, and several condominium complexes in Germantown, Franklin and New Berlin, Wisconsin. In addition, he is president of Breunig Engineering Inc., managing member of E Z Self Storage LLP, and corporate secretary of Coating Place Inc.

MSOE is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97% placement rate; and the highest ROI and average starting salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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Tau Beta Pi is Most Improved Chapter

November 6th, 2017

2017_news_TauBetaPi_logoNov. 5, 2017 – MSOE’s chapter of Tau Beta Pi, an honor society for junior and senior engineering students that recognizes academic achievement and exemplary character, received the Most Improved Chapter Award from the national organization. They were recognized for improving their chapter’s development and project work. They recently implemented MindSET, a K-12 math and science program for a Milwaukee Public School, and an Engineering Futures program to help MSOE engineering students improve their “soft skills” to succeed in the workplace. Caleb Klaty, a senior double majoring in mechanical engineering and software engineering, attended Tau Beta Pi’s national convention to accept the award on behalf of the chapter. He attended several business meetings, professional and chapter development sessions, district meetings and more. “Our chapter’s officers plan on spreading the same enthusiasm that was experienced at the convention to our chapter at MSOE,” said Klaty.

Milwaukee School of Engineering is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97% placement rate; the highest ROI and average early and mid-career salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc.; and is highly ranked by organizations such as U.S. News and World ReportForbesMoneyWall Street Journal and The Princeton Review. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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MSOE Society of Women Engineers receives national recognition

October 31st, 2017

MSOE SWE officers traveled to SWE’s National Conference in Texas. Left to right: Alaina Jante, Elizabeth Kolanczyk, Jessica Bilskie, Tara Rahmani and Khoua Chang.

MSOE SWE officers traveled to SWE’s National Conference in Texas. Left to right: Alaina Jante, Elizabeth Kolanczyk, Jessica Bilskie, Tara Rahmani and Khoua Chang.

Oct. 31, 2017 — Jessica Bilskie, senior electrical engineering major, took third place in the Rapid Fire Undergraduate Research Competition at the annual Society of Women Engineers (SWE) National Conference. Only the top ten students from the United States are invited to compete at this event. Bilskie presented her research, “Quantifying the Coherence of an RTL-SDR Dual-Channel Software Radio Receiver.”

In addition, MSOE’s SWE section won a Gold SWE Mission Award and Best Practice in Mentoring Award. The former is the highest award a section can receive for overall performance at the national level. The latter honored MSOE’s section for the mentoring events they hold, including a sleepover event for female high school seniors interested in learning more about engineering and MSOE.

Individuals and sections from around the country are recognized at the annual conference for their outstanding work in engineering as well as embodying SWE’s core values and demonstrating continuous improvement and growth. SWE’s strategic goals include developing women engineers at all stages of their personal and professional lives and advocating for the inclusion and success of women in engineering and technology.

Milwaukee School of Engineering is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97% placement rate; the highest ROI and average early and mid-career salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc.; and is highly ranked by organizations such as U.S. News and World ReportForbesMoneyWall Street Journal and The Princeton Review. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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$34 Million Gift to Transform MSOE into National Leader in Artificial Intelligence and Computational Science Education

October 23rd, 2017

Computational Science Hall exterior 1Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) announced today a new academic facility to be constructed in the center of campus. The $34 million Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall has been funded by a donation from MSOE Regent and alumnus Dr. Dwight Diercks and his wife, Dian.

The gift marks a bold leap forward for the university. With the addition of the Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall, the university will be positioned at the educational forefront in artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning, cyber security, robotics, cloud computing and other next-generation technologies. MSOE will be a national educational leader in this transformative technology space, and will apply AI to deepen and enhance the current disciplines of study at the university: engineering, business and nursing.

Artificial intelligence is the technology behind self-driving cars and computers that can diagnose cancer. It will spur a wave of social progress unmatched since the Industrial Revolution and is expected to transform technology in the same way the modern computer did in the 1970s. The evolving technologies taught in this new building will fundamentally change the engineering, health care and business sectors of our economy.

Dr. Diercks earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science and engineering at MSOE in 1990. He also holds an Honorary Doctor of Engineering degree from the university. The Diercks’ donation is the largest single gift given by an alumnus in the university’s 114-year history. Diercks became a member of the MSOE Corporation Board in 2002, joined the Board of Regents in 2005, was inducted to MSOE’s Alumni Wall of Fame in 2006, and received MSOE’s Distinguished Alumnus Award in 2015.

Today, Diercks serves as senior vice president at NVIDIA, a California-based technology company and global leader in AI, supercomputing and visual computing. NVIDIA is the inventor of the GPU, a high-performance processor that is fueling advancements in AI that impact all areas of business, including the health care, retail, robotics and automotive industries.

Computational Science Hall interior view“MSOE changed the course of my life and my career, and has a special place in my heart,” said Diercks. “Just as the modern computer transformed technology 30 years ago, AI will transform technology as we know it for the next generation and across all industries. I wanted to give MSOE a gift that would position this incredible university as a major application-focused computer science and artificial intelligence center for the Midwest and U.S. for years to come.”

“I am pleased to announce this investment in our future. Thanks to the generosity of Dwight and Dian Diercks, MSOE is building on our foundation of excellence and answering the call to educate the next generation of professionals needed to fill the global demand for technology experts, leaders and entrepreneurs,” said Dr. John Walz, president of MSOE. “This new building is the first step in transforming the heart of campus to ensure current and future students, faculty and staff, and industry leaders and employers are at the forefront of evolving technology. Put simply, MSOE is positioned to be a national leader in artificial intelligence education.”

The Dwight and Dian Diercks Computational Science Hall is a proposed 64,000-square-foot cornerstone facility that will join the university’s iconic Grohmann Museum, Kern Center and Grohmann Tower campus buildings. The building will be constructed in the center of campus, near the intersection of Milwaukee and State Streets, directly east of MSOE’s German-English Academy.

Inside, the new building will provide modern classrooms, innovative laboratories, an auditorium, and spaces to support companies who partner with MSOE.

A major feature of the facility will be a state of the art datacenter which will be home to a GPU-accelerated supercomputer. Students, faculty and staff, and businesses across industries are invited to collaborate with MSOE to benefit from this tremendous asset to the region.

The project is set for groundbreaking in early- to mid-2018. Uihlein-Wilson Architects will serve as project developers.

Milwaukee School of Engineering is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97% placement rate; the highest ROI and average early and mid-career salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc.; and is highly ranked by organizations such as U.S. News and World Report, Forbes, Money, Wall Street Journal and The Princeton Review. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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MSOE to honor those who serve our country

October 13th, 2017

2017_news_POWOct. 13, 2017 — Military Appreciation Night is Friday, Nov. 10 at the 7 p.m. MSOE hockey game against Northland College. In a special ceremony between the first and second periods, the university will install a POW/MIA Chair of Honor in the Kern Center.

Since World War I, more than 83,000 servicemen and women remain unaccounted for. This chair is to remain perpetually empty to help us remember that even though our soldiers are not here, there is still a space for them.

MSOE is installing the chair in honor of Kenneth Stumpf, Wisconsin native, retired U.S. Army Sergeant Major and recipient of the United States military’s highest decoration—the Medal of Honor, which he received for his heroic actions in the Vietnam War.

“The MSOE Student Veterans Organization championed this installation for a permanent reminder of sacrifices made by every prisoner of war and missing in action personnel for all students at this university. As veterans of a different generation, our student group wanted to show our brothers and sisters that they have not been forgotten,” said Matt Hughes, president of the MSOE Student Veterans Organization. Hughes was a U.S. Navy 2nd Class Petty Officer and served two tours in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom on board the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt as a Reactor Operator. He hails from Trenton, Missouri, and is currently a senior at MSOE, majoring in electrical engineering.

Hughes will lead the ceremony which will feature MSOE President John Walz, Ph.D., a color guard and representatives from area veterans groups including the MSOE Student Veterans Organization, DryHootch, Team Red White and Blue, 22Fitness, Veteran Young Professionals Resource Group, Wisconsin Veterans Chamber of Commerce and Wisconsin Veterans Network – VetsNet.

In addition to being the first university in Wisconsin to install an official POW/MIA Chair of Honor, MSOE is consistently recognized for its efforts to serve veteran students and ease their transition from the military to college.

  • MSOE was named in the 2017 Guide to Top Colleges & Universities by Military Advanced Education & Transition (announced in January)
  • MSOE was named a 2017 Military Friendly® School by Victory Media.
  • MSOE was named 11th Best College for Veterans in the Midwest by S. News & World Report in 2017

There are currently 117 students at MSOE who are current or former Armed Forces Members, representing all branches of the military, and 101 are members of the Student Veterans Organization. The university has teamed up with the Student Veterans Organization on a number of initiatives to honor and support veterans on campus:

  • Two parking spaces in the Broadway Lot have been reserved for veterans.
  • Creation of a secure Veterans Lounge in the Campus Center. Recent improvements to the lounge include:
    • Full-size refrigerator installation
    • Updated furniture
    • Military history regalia installation in hallway outside of the lounge

Milwaukee School of Engineering is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97% placement rate; the highest ROI and average early and mid-career salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc.; and is highly ranked by organizations such as U.S. News and World ReportForbesMoneyWall Street Journal and The Princeton Review. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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Milwaukee Tool donation connects students to future careers

October 12th, 2017

Milwaukee Tool engineers (and MSOE mechanical engineering alumni) gather with faculty from MSOE's Mechanical Engineering Department

Milwaukee Tool engineers gather with faculty from MSOE’s Mechanical Engineering Department. All of these engineers are mechanical engineering alumni.

Oct. 12, 2017 — MSOE students recently had the opportunity to get a glimpse into potential careers when Milwaukee Tool sent about a dozen engineers (all of whom are MSOE alumni) to campus for a hands-on demonstration of their tools. Students, faculty and members of the MSOE Facilities Department interacted with Milwaukee Tool’s engineers and learned more about the engineering that went into the development and creation of the tools.

Industry partnerships are a critical part of the MSOE curriculum and a practice that is mutually beneficial: leading manufacturers have access to potential future employees and students experience real-world applications of their education.

“Milwaukee Tool is a longtime supporter of MSOE and we are continuing to increase our contributions,” said Matt Bertsch ’97, vice president of engineering – cordless NPD at Milwaukee Tool.

The company recently showed their support of the university with a donation that will both enhance the classroom experience and the campus as a whole. MSOE the grateful recipient of nearly $15,000 worth of Milwaukee Tool products for the Mechanical Engineering Department and the Facilities Department, which allowed them to standardize their tool set and have a consistent set of batteries and devices to maintain laboratories as well as campus buildings and grounds.

MSOE students had the opportunity to pre-register with Milwaukee Tool for the MSOE Career Fair.

MSOE students had the opportunity to pre-register with Milwaukee Tool for the MSOE Career Fair.

“This donation is a welcome addition to the tools available to our students for work on class and senior projects,” said Dr. Matthew Panhans, chair of the Mechanical Engineering Department. “Not only will it help their projects, the students are benefitting from the relationship MSOE has with Milwaukee Tool.”

“We view MSOE as a strategic partner to our growth and want the facilities staff to have the best tools to do their jobs. Through our contributions to labs, SAE, ASME, IEEE, etc. we want to strengthen our brand recognition on campus as well as provide students and staff excellent tools to do their jobs and become the world’s best engineers.”

In addition, the hands-on demo served as an opportunity for students to register their information and credentials with Milwaukee Tool in advance of the MSOE Career Fair, where the company would be an exhibitor. Ninety-six students registered, and many of them were interviewed on campus after interacting with Milwaukee Tool’s recruiters at the Career Fair—several received immediate offers.

“We considered it a huge success and are discussing future events of similar or larger scope. Milwaukee Tool has an incredible amount of opportunities for MSOE students and graduates: new product development, mechanism design, value engineering, quality, test engineering, firmware, hardware, software, App development,” said Bertsch. “Milwaukee Tool is an engineer’s paradise – we strive to employ the best and brightest while equipping them with the highest caliber of support equipment, software and staff. Milwaukee Tool has grown at over 20 percent per year since 2009 and we have aggressive plans to continue this world-class expansion. We are continuously recruiting for new team members to join us in our vision and culture.”

Members of MSOE's Facilities Department

Members of MSOE’s Facilities Department

Milwaukee School of Engineering is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97% placement rate; the highest ROI and average early and mid-career salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc.; and is highly ranked by organizations such as U.S. News and World ReportForbesMoneyWall Street Journal and The Princeton Review. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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MSOE students win first place at design-build competition

October 10th, 2017

Left to right: Michelle Vanbuskirk, Trevor Symbal, Hunter Ring, Max Morache, Deanna Engelmeyer

Left to right: Michelle VanBuskirk, Trevor Symbal, Hunter Ring, Max Morache, Deanna Engelmeyer

Oct. 10, 2017 – A team of MSOE students took first place in the Central Northeast Region in the 2017 National Student Competition sponsored by the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA). As one of nine regional winners, MSOE will next compete at the national level during the Design-Build Conference and Expo in Philadelphia Nov. 9.

Congratulations to team members Deanna Engelmeyer, Max Morache, Hunter Ring, Trevor Symbal and Michelle VanBuskirk (team captain). They are all students in the Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Department. Dr. Jeong Woo, associate professor and construction management program director, is the team’s advisor.

DBIA is the only organization that defines, teaches and promotes best practices in design-build. Each year, student teams from leading design, construction and engineering universities across the country entered the DBIA National Student Competition to demonstrate design-build best practices by proposing a delivery solution to design and construct a more than 14,000-square-foot student health center on a college campus.

DBIA’s 2017 National Design-Build Student Competition Regional winners represent teams from MSOE, University of Denver, Iowa State University, University of Arizona, University of Southern California, Roger Williams University, University of Florida, University of Oklahoma, and Washington State University

Regional juries, comprised of industry veteran professionals, selected the nine regional winners for the first phase of the competition based on their Request for Qualifications (RFQ) submissions, which advance them to the second phase of the competition. In the second phase, a Request for Proposals (RFP) will be released to each finalist team. From this pool of finalists, the top teams are invited to present their proposals before an expert panel during the annual Design-Build Conference and Expo. The final winners will be announced and presented awards at the conference.

Milwaukee School of Engineering is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97% placement rate; the highest ROI and average early and mid-career salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc.; and is highly ranked by organizations such as U.S. News and World ReportForbesMoneyWall Street Journal and The Princeton Review. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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Dr. Jill Meyer appointed AVP of institutional effectiveness at MSOE

October 10th, 2017

Dr. Jill Meyer

Dr. Jill Meyer

Oct. 10, 2017 – Jill Meyer, Ph.D. has been appointed assistant vice president of institutional effectiveness at Milwaukee School of Engineering. In this role, she will lead MSOE’s initiatives to use research and data analysis to guide strategic planning, decision making, assessment and institutional improvement, as well as efforts related to regional accreditation, university compliance and reporting, and institutional research. Meyer also serves as MSOE’s accreditation liaison officer to the Higher Learning Commission. She most recently was the executive director of institutional effectiveness at Mount Mary University. Prior to that she was an assistant professor in the College of Engineering and Applied Science at UW-Milwaukee, where she helped to establish the biomedical engineering program.

“We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Meyer to MSOE’s academic leadership team,” said Dr. Eric Baumgartner, vice president of academics. “She brings a significant amount of experience and critical skills to this position that will be important to the development and implementation of MSOE’s strategic planning efforts.”

Meyer earned her undergraduate degree in mathematics and physics with a minor in computer science at St. Norbert College and went on to earn her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in mechanical engineering from UW-Madison. She has worked as a research assistant at both UW-Madison and the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics. She held internship positions at Zimmer Inc. and the Mayo Clinic.

Milwaukee School of Engineering is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97% placement rate; the highest ROI and average early and mid-career salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc.; and is highly ranked by organizations such as U.S. News and World Report, Forbes, Money, Wall Street Journal and The Princeton Review. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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MSOE Career Fair is Sept. 28-29

September 19th, 2017

2017_news_career_fairSept. 19, 2017 – MSOE will hold its largest Career Fair at the end of September when more than 260 employers will visit campus to recruit MSOE students and alumni, all of whom are recognized as some of the nation’s top talent.

The two-day 2017 Career Fair gives employers the opportunity to meet students and hire them for internships and full-time positions. The fair will take place in the Kern Center from 3 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 28, and from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 29.

Premier sponsors of this year’s event include Accelogix, Actuant Corporation, Cleo, Convergint Technologies, Curt G. Joa Inc., Milwaukee Tool, Northwestern Mutual, Palermo’s, PEER Bearing Company, Penrod, Plexus Corporation, RCL Engineering Group, Rockwell Collins, Snap-on Inc. and Yaskawa America Inc.

“MSOE students are in demand, and employers are anxious to get on campus to recruit them,” said Dr. Mary Spencer, director of career services. “The talent pool shrinks as we approach the second half of the academic year, so employers start the recruitment process early. They continue to grow their talent by hiring interns and offering incentives to keep them on board full time after graduation.”

Milwaukee School of Engineering is an independent, non-profit university with about 2,900 students that was founded in 1903. MSOE offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering, business and nursing. The university has a national academic reputation; longstanding ties to business and industry; dedicated professors with real-world experience; a 97% placement rate; the highest ROI and average early and mid-career salaries of any Wisconsin university according to PayScale Inc.; and is highly ranked by organizations such as U.S. News and World ReportForbesMoneyWall Street Journal and The Princeton Review. MSOE graduates are well-rounded, technologically experienced and highly productive professionals and leaders.

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