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2013-02-19 23:04:20

MSOE will establish the Carter Academy with an endowed gift from Dr. Gene and Mrs. Patricia Carter. This intense academic program will provide opportunities for under-prepared students who wish to pursue engineering education. Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) February 19, 2013 National Engineers Week (Feb. 17-23) highlights the pressing need for engineers in the United States. It is critical that young students are introduced to engineering and other STEM-related fields, and that high school graduates...

2011-11-28 09:00:00

University looks to expand national awareness for programs, showcase student life and enrich admissions experience for both students and parents Milwauke, WI (PRWEB) November 28, 2011 Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE), an independent university with 2,500 students and a reputation for ingenuity, announces the launch of its new, online community designed to revolutionize the admissions process. The new community experience, Bridge, was brought to life by social business agency 7Summits,...

2011-11-28 09:30:00

Milwaukee School of Engineering, an independent non-profit university offering business, engineering and nursing degrees, has launched a new social community platform that has revamped the college admission process. Milwaukee, Wis. (PRWEB) November 28, 2011 Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) has taken the college admission process to the next level by launching Bridge, a dynamic social community platform. The university partnered with 7Summits to develop the online community where...

2008-09-01 15:00:19

By THOMAS CONTENT The largest solar power project in downtown Milwaukee is up and running at Milwaukee School of Engineering. The 144 solar panels sit on the roof of the school's student union building and are visible to office workers in nearby downtown buildings. That's by design, said Chris Damm, associate professor of mechanical engineering at MSOE. "It's a statement to show that MSOE is leading the way in terms of sustainability and engineering, to attract students who are...

2008-08-22 15:00:44

By ERICA PEREZ The highly anticipated U.S. News & World Report magazine's annual college rankings edition hits newsstands Monday. Officials at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse are sure to be happy. The school jumped from 22 to 17 in the rankings of master's universities in the Midwest region. Beloit College also got a nod as No. 37 among liberal arts schools in the "Great Schools, Great Prices" section, and Alverno College is a an up-and-coming school to watch. Alverno's...

2008-07-25 12:01:05

By Anna Kurth, The Daily Telegram, Superior, Wis. Jul. 24--Superior school district may eliminate class rank. A committee of administrators, parents, school board members and students is making a recommendation to the board's curriculum committee to do away with the ranking system and weighted grades starting with the class of 2011 to lessen competition between the districts' top performing students. Their recommendation includes a Laude honors recognition system for students...

2008-06-25 18:02:57

MILWAUKEE - Mike Borden appreciates all the attention he's been getting from potential employers. He also knows it's not personal. They don't want him, exactly. They want his degree. Borden, who accepted an internship with NASA this summer, graduated this month from the Milwaukee School of Engineering with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. He had a job offer from Illumination Optics in Wauwatosa but decided to go with NASA to push his engineering degree and training as far as...


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