• Students working in lab

    Alexandra Ferguson working in a biology lab with John Stahl left, and Dr. John Jellies

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  • Steel Bridge Welder

    A member of WMU's Steel Bridge Team works on fabrication of the scale-model bridge they will enter in the American Society of Civil Engineers regional competition in April in East Lansing, MI.

  • 2016 Corporate Engineering Challenge at the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo

    More than 150 aspiring and enthusiastic young female engineers participated in the 2016 Corporate Engineering Challenge at the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo, sponsored in part by the Society of Women Engineers and the organization's student chapter at WMU

  • WMU engineers in the spotlight at Michigan International Auto Show

    Ramin Mirshab, left, and Conner Knepley, display the WMU Formula vehicle at the Michigan International Auto Show

    SAE in the spotlight
  • Steel bridge team

    Teams participate in steel bridge, concrete canoe competitions

    ASCE Competition 2016

Engineers help shape the future

Girl Scouts are "Engineers for a Day"WMU student helping girl scout

Two dozen Girl Scouts from area troops had a chance to “Be an Engineer for a Day” on a recent Saturday morning at WMU’s College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Read more.

 

 

 

 

Civil engineers to have Chi Epsilon chapter at WMUChi Epsilon logo

WMU’s Civil and Construction Engineering Honor Society was officially initiated as the 138th chapter of Chi Epsilon, the National Honor Society for Civil Engineering in the United States, when 15 memberswere inducted into the newly approved chapter Sunday, April 24. Read more.

 

 

 

 

Kudos to students for scholarships, awardsSandino at 3m contest

The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences continues to have undergraduate and graduate students excelling in many different areas. Read more.

 

 

 

 

93 percent—College of Engineering and Applied Sciences students graduating with a bachelor's degree report a 93.1 percent post-graduate success rate.

The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences focuses on giving you a solid classroom foundation with exceptional hands-on experiences. We have state-of-the-art resources housed in a $100 million high-tech facility and close interaction with business and industry.

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