East Lansing Students Build Own ‘Roads’

While adults wrangle over road funding in Lansing, students tried their hands Monday at building their own thoroughfares, of sorts. They were mock roads, of course, but the lesson was straightforward: Roadwork takes ingenuity and a lot of money, said Karim Chatti of Michigan State University’s College of Engineering. The […]

MSU’s STEM Pipeline Growing

EAST LANSING — Okay, so the Michigan State University Spartan defense couldn’t stop the Buckeyes Saturday night. But boy, the MSU College of Engineering stopped me in my tracks Friday, the ninth and final day of the Engineering Society of Detroit Fall Tech Tour. The college has exploded from 3,000 to […]

MSU Hosts Design Day 2014

On Friday, April 25, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Awards Ceremony 1:15 p.m., in the MSU Engineering Building. Student teams within the college will get a chance to show off their projects which combine engineering theory and practice. Graduating seniors will be the highlight of the event as […]

MSU Tech Tour: Super Spartan Innovations

Continuing in the vein of pavement was Dr. Karim Chatti, acting associate dean for research at MSU’s College of Engineering and a professor of civil and environmental engineering who has a 20-year track record of research into advanced pavement materials. The Pavement Engineering Group in the department has just been […]

University Transportation Centers Program 2013 Grant Competition

(Original Page) The Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) of the U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT) will be seeking applications from non-profit institutions of higher education, located in the United States or its territories, to operate University Transportation Centers.  The purpose of these centers is to advance U.S. technology […]