Engineering Hall

Engineering Hall at night December, 2012.

You are invited . . .

The College of Engineering Alumni Association invites you to
Marquette vs. Notre Dame on National Marquette Day

Saturday, March 2, 2013

9:30 a.m.

Silent Auction and Brunch
Marcus Center for the Performing Arts
Bradley Pavilion
929 North Water Street, Milwaukee

1:00 p.m.            

Tip off
BMO Harris Bradley Center
1001 North 4th Street, Milwaukee

Celebrate National Marquette Day and help support the College of Engineering Alumni Scholarship.  Since its inception, this annual event has raised nearly $200,000 in scholarship support, helping students to receive a transformational Marquette engineering education.  Please help us to continue our tradition of supporting future Marquette engineers.

Enjoy a delicious brunch buffet, take your chances on great auction and raffle items and visit with fellow alumni, family and friends of the College of Engineering.

Online:                 marquette.edu/alumni/events or
Phone:                 Lindsay Gonzalez, 414.288.4768
Mail:                     Send your registration form to:
                                Marquette University
                                Alumni Engagement and Outreach
                                Attn:  Lindsay Gonzalez
                                P.O. Box 1881, Milwaukee, WI  53201-1881

For questions or special needs please contact Lindsay Gonzalez at 414.288.4768 or lindsay.gonzalez@marquette.edu

COEAA gratefully acknowledges the support of its sponsors:

Title Sponsors
Sargent & Lundy Raytheon
   
Gold Sponsor
McShane Companies
   
Blue Sponsors
C.G. Schmidt Kohler Company
Spann & Associates STRATTEC Security Corporation
Walbridge  

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Engineering Hall computer lab draws national attention

The new Engineering Hall computer lab recently received national attention.  This newly completed lab is equipped with 16 Hewlett Packard Z1 workstation with 27" monitors. Students have round-the-clock lab access and these powerful workstations allow engineering software programs to operate at maximum speed and efficiency. HP videotaped a commercial featuring the new computer lab with feedback from faculty, administrators and students on how these workstation are being used to solve global problems.  See the video here.

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Michael J. Wallace Endowed Faculty Scholars' Fund

The establishment of endowments to support College of Engineering faculty is one of Dean Robert Bishop's priorities. These transformational endowments are vital to attracting and retaining the highest caliber scholars whose teaching and research will inspire today’s students and prepare them to be tomorrow’s leaders in both industry and academia.

Michael J. Wallace, Eng '69 has established the Michael J. Wallace Endowed Faculty Scholars Fund in Energy Leadership to kick off the endowments program. The fund was established to supoort a teaching and research cluster in energy systems leadership in the college. Including support of research, curriculum development and other efforts to enhance the teaching of energy systems and leadership in the college.

Dr. Margaret Mathison and Dr. Casey Allen, assistant professors of mechanical engineering, are the first co-recipients of an award from this program. Mathison joined the faculty in 2011 and Allen joined in 2012.

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Students shoot for the stars

The Marquette Space Engineering (MUSE) team is hoping to raise the school to new heights in the coming years. The team, currently made up of 13 students and their adviser, Robert Bishop, dean of the College of Engineering, is hoping to launch its first satellite by 2014.

“Building a satellite isn’t an everyday occurrence, so really the objective here is to just get Marquette into space,” Bishop said. “The objective after that depends on what students really want to do.”

The team is open to all students and is definitely a multidisciplinary effort. “Space exploration isn’t just for engineers,” Bishop said. “It’s for all students who feel the need to explore and think that space is a great avenue for people hoping to explore. "

Read the complete Marquette Tribune article on this groundbreaking project.

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