WMU to be leader in innovative construction research
WMU will be at the forefront of innovative construction research with the establishment of the new Georgeau Construction Research Institute, housed in the Department of Civil and Construction Engineering at the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Read Full Story
New laser assisted process offers better drilling for advanced materials
Keeping up with new technology isn’t easy. And keeping up with the materials to make that new technology possible isn’t easy either. Everyday products are becoming increasingly sophisticated. All of them need more energy efficiency, which means more compact designs using new materials that usually are stronger and harder.
Engineers Week Dinner to feature MDOT state transportation director
In celebration of 2017 Engineers Week, the Southwest Michigan Engineering Societies Committee brings the following presentation to the Fetzer Center on Tuesday, Feb. 21. Kirk T. Steudle, state transportation director of the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), will speak on "Future Mobility: Rapidly Changing Technology and its Profound Impact on the Movement of People and Goods." Read Full Story
State of the college presented at
Engineers Without Borders speaker featured Feb. 24
Thanks to Advisor Dannielle Curtis, the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences was represented at the Kalamazoo Public Schools MLK Social Justice Book Bowl.