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Do you ever wonder what your professors are doing when they go on sabbatical?
Civil engineering students to provide research results to Minnesota Department of Transportation.
If you're thinking about applying for the Frey Fellowship this semester, Kelly Hunt, the recent recipient, says "go for it!" and here's why!
CSET reflects on "Girls Explore STEM Day" at MNSU.
Event to celebrate collaboration between Minnesota State Mankato, 6 state colleges.
Read more about a former MSU student and how he has been featured in a national article for his work!
Undergraduate Student Research Highlighted at Minnesota State Capitol
Here's why you should check out the newly remodeled Mathematics & Statistics Learning Center!
A running list of CSET Highlights in The Reporter.
Interested in Astronomy at Minnesota State University, Mankato? Here's some helpful information!
Junior Abrar Zawed to assist doctoral research in Martinsried, Germany.
KEYC: Discussing Nuclear Energy With Those in the Industry
Minnesota State Mankato to sue the same technology in its classrooms that companies worldwide depend on to design some of today's most sophisticated products.
Civil Engineering students planned projects for passenger rail, Mount Kato renovation
Doyle participated in Council of Undergraduate Research's 18th annual undergraduate poster session on Capitol Hill
Story from the August 5 Mankato Free Press
Department of Automotive and Manufacturing Engineering Technology to use equipment in teaching, research.
Civil Engineering Students 2nd Place Finish Qualifies Them for National Competition
American Public Works Association honors Minnesota State Mankato's Latino Engineering & Academic Day.
CIS students developed games, art, soundtrack music and more
MSU ZAP camps focus on science, math and engineering
Bisola Asaolu, the commencement speaker at the December 2014, gave a wonderful speech on the nature of diversity.
Project Manager at Surescripts to give presentation
Network with professionals to open doors to the future.
Congratulations to the 2015 Undergraduate Research Center grant recipients!
27 of our students will give 19 presentations at this year's National Conference for Undergraduate Research.
Construction Management students represented CSET at the North Central Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region 4 event.
Alicia Freeman, currently working toward her Masters in Biology, had her research featured on KEYC.
Check the link below to see what has been happening with the faculty and students of the College of Science, Engineering and Tehcnology.
CSET publications, presentations and accomplishments
Dr. Paul Eskridge, professor of astronomy, was named a 2017 Distinguished Faculty Scholar
Faculty and staff were honored this year at the annual college meeting on August 20th for their commitment to the College of Science, Engineering and Technology. Recipients of the 2017-18 academic year awards include: Christine Cords of Chemistry- Outstanding Support Staff, Dr.David Sharlin of Biology- Excellence in Faculty Research, and Dr. Jeff Pribyl of Chemistry- Excellence in Faculty Service.
Dr. Marilyn Hart of Biology was elected as Chair of the At-Large Division for the Council of Undergraduate Research
Marilyn Hart, Professor of Biological Sciences, was elected to the Executive Board for the Council of Undergraduate Research.
The Geotechnical Engineering students placed eighth at the 2017 National GeoWall Competition.