Recent News

MSU researchers win international award for paper about engineering leadership
October 10, 2017
Bill Schell and Bryce Hughes of the Montana Engineering Education Research Center were recognized for best paper at the annual conference of the American Society for Engineering Management.
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The MEERC Launches New Workshop Series on Engineering Education Research Fundamentals
The MEERC Launches New Workshop Series on Engineering Education Research Fundamentals
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MSU celebrates first woman doctoral graduate in mechanical engineering
September 18, 2017
Sarah Mailhiot, who has researched more effective ways to diagnose osteoarthritis, completed her doctorate in July.
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MSU researchers win grant to study engineering leadership
April 20, 2017
A $300,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will enable researchers Bill Schell and Bryce Hughes to study how educators can better encourage and prepare engineering students to serve as leaders.
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MSU computer science outreach featured on national website
April 10, 2017
The MSU chapter of Sit With Me, a campaign of the National Center for Women and Information Technology that encourages women to pursue careers in computing professions, is one of seven displayed prominently on a website for the national campaign.
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Robotics competition a path to engineering at MSU
January 27, 2017
Students from across Montana flock to MSU for the festive robotics competition - and many come back to major in engineering.
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Brock LaMeres named director of MSU’s new Montana Engineering Education Research Center
November 21, 2016
LaMeres, an associate professor in MSU’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, spearheaded the effort to create the center, which aims to prepare engineering students to solve 21st century challenges.
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MSU launches new center designed to improve engineering students’ success
September 27, 2016
The Montana Engineering Education Research Center will bring together an interdisciplinary team with the goal of improving engineering students’ success and preparing students for a 21st century workforce.
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MSU College of Engineering dean nationally recognized as advocate for women in engineering
July 1, 2016
Brett Gunnink, dean of MSU’s College of Engineering, has received the Advocates and Allies Award from the Women in Engineering Proactive Network for his support of women in engineering.
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