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What do you get as an 
AES student?

Read the quote from Thomas L. Friedman. Mr. Friedman writing in the New York Times (May 29, 2013) is quoting Eleonora Sharef, one of the two co-founders of HireArt, a company matching individuals to potential employees. 

HireArt asks just one question of a potential employee – 

Can you add value?

AES graduates reinvent themselves regularly, they  understand the mix of business and engineering, and very definitely ...
they add value to the company that hires them.
 
 


    Events of Interest

    • prospective student Future Spartan Engineers Preview DayDate: Saturday, October 11, 2014 - 9:00amLocation: Engineering BuildingRead more about Preview Day and register here: http://www.egr.msu.edu/future-engineer/programs/spartan-future-engineers-preview-day-fall-2014
      Posted Sep 12, 2014, 1:22 PM by Kathy Dehshiri
    • GM Plant Tour in Lansing! March 19th at 9am Hi Everyone!!Are you interested in touring GM's Lansing Plant on March 19th?? SAES has the opportunity to take a group of students to the plant for an exclusive tour, first come first served! We were informed that this is a rare opportunity from GM, so please take advantage of it!8:30am - Depart Engineering Building lobby9:00am - Arrive at GM assembly plant in Lansing11:00am - Depart GM assembly plant11:30pm - Arrive at Engineering BuildingThere is no cost to you and transportation to and from the plant will be provided!If you are interested in attending, please reply to this email ASAP! As mentioned before, first come, first served, so don't miss out!If ...
      Posted Feb 25, 2014, 10:34 AM by Kathy Dehshiri
    • GM Plant Visit   We are planning on organizing a Plant Visit to the local GM plant. We need to Gauge interest, so please fill out the doddle poll on when youwould be free to participate. This is an exciting opportunity to get a feelfor how a major OEM manufacturing plant is run!Please fill out by the end of the day Friday 
      Posted Feb 19, 2014, 7:15 AM by Kathy Dehshiri
    • Speed Networking We want you all to know about our upcoming sponsored event! We have been able to work with the E-week team in planning Speed Networking for this  Wednesday, Feb. 19th, 2014 from 4-5:30 pm.choose 1 of 3 session.Talk to 12 companies in 30 minutes.Spots are First come, First serve (No Pre-Registration)session 1: 4-4:30 session 2: 4:30-5 session 3: 5-5:30Companies Attending:Bemis CompanyBoschConAgra Foods Inc.Edw. C. Levy Co.Fairmount MineralsFord Motor CompanyGeneral MotorsIBMIDV SolutionsJackson National Life Insurance CompanyKohl's Department StoresMeritor Inc.Microsoft CorporationNew World SystemsNorfolk Naval ShipyardPay AnywhereQuicken LoansStrykerUSAA ...
      Posted Feb 19, 2014, 7:02 AM by Kathy Dehshiri
    • Chrysler Presentation on Fuel Economy: February 12th 2014 Please join Chrysler on Wednesday, February 12th at 6:30 PM in 1345 EB for a presentation on “The Physics of Fuel Economy”.  Chrysler Powertrain Engineers will explain the relationship between the energy required, vehicle demand energy, and propulsion system efficiency to effectively explain the concept of fuel economy.  This presentation is intended for anyone with an interest in fuel economy – no prior knowledge is required. Interested in career opportunities with Chrysler? Internships? Full-time? Leadership development program opportunities? Several engineers, along with members of our recruiting team, will be available to answer your questions. Remember to come hungry – Chrysler will provide pizza, salad, and drinks for your enjoyment throughout the presentation. 
      Posted Feb 5, 2014, 10:25 AM by Kathy Dehshiri
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"People get rejected for jobs for two main reasons, said Sharef. One, “you’re not showing the employer how you will help them add value,” and, two, “you don’t know what you want, and it comes through because you have not learned the skills that are needed.” The most successful job candidates, she added, are “inventors and solution-finders,” who are relentlessly “entrepreneurial” because they understand that many employers today don’t care about your résumé, degree or how you got your knowledge, but only what you can do and what you can continuously reinvent yourself to do."
 
(Photograph of Mr. Friedman  by Josh Haner/New York Time


 
 

  

Notes from the Director

  • Mike Sadler: A punter and a scholar   Spartan football fans know Mike Sadler. He is the MSU punter who averaged more than 42 yards per punt this season, including numerous punts inside the 10-yard line, putting opponents at a disadvantage.  Sadler was a team leader and helped MSU win two of the most exciting college football games in the NCAA this season -- the Big Ten Championship and the historic 100th Rose Bowl.  Off the field, the redshirt junior is an even greater standout academically. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Applied Engineering Sciences in three years with a 3.9 grade-point average and is currently pursuing a PhD in economics. He has hopes of playing in the NFL someday, but also has thought ...
    Posted Mar 27, 2014, 4:50 PM by Kathy Dehshiri
  • It is with sadness that we inform you that Dr. Ron Rosenberg's wife, Judy, passed away.  This  past Wednesday morning Judy developed a massive infection from an impacted kidney stone.  The children are on the west coast, in Milwaukee, and in England. Dr. Rosenberg expects there will be a memorial service in a few weeks. He is letting the children plan, he will "moderate." 
    Posted Nov 4, 2013, 8:51 AM by Kathy Dehshiri
  • AES Students, with great sadness that I have to tell you of loss from our AES family. last Thursday night, in a tragic auto accident, Jared Kavinsky was killed. Jared was an AES senior who was scheduled to graduate this semester. Jared was a member of the SAES eBoard for a number of years, and served as the AES webmaster last year. Jared planned to continue his education by entering the Biosystems Engineering PhD program in January. Jared's funeral is this coming Friday Visitation -Thursday 4-7 p.m., Friday 9:30-11:30 am. Harder Funeral Home, 18700 W. Capitol Drive, Brookfield, Wisc. Funeral - Friday 11:30 am same location. Tomorrow at 5:30 there will be a session with a person from the MSU counseling service that we have arranged for AES friends of ...
    Posted Oct 29, 2013, 8:53 AM by Kathy Dehshiri
  • CoE Applied Engineering Sciences Use of REAL Classroom Highlighted in Chronicle of Higher Education From an Article by Lee Gardner, Chronicle of Higher Education, October 7, 2013: Jon Sticklen, an associate professor at Michigan State University and director of its program in applied engineering sciences, beams when he talks about teaching in Michigan State's new Rooms for Engaged and Active Learning, aka REAL.Mr. Sticklen says he asks students enrolled in classes in his REAL spaces to familiarize themselves with material relating to a new assignment—say, modeling carbon systems—then devotes every minute of class time to their working together at the six-seat tables."Our students, when they graduate and get in the real world, are all about communication and teamwork and problem solving in areas they haven't seen before ...
    Posted Oct 7, 2013, 7:27 AM by Jon Sticklen
  • AES 310 Taught in a "Flipped Classroom" Beginning in Spring 2013, and lasting for the next two years, AES 310 will be taught in McDonel Hall. The prompt for this is the establishment by MSU of "REAL" classrooms (Rooms for Engagement and Active Learning). Spring 2013 was the first rollout of these REAL rooms to MSU, and AES 310 was selected to be one of the first courses on the MSU campus to get to use the rooms. The rooms enable 310 to be "flipped" - which means that students are required to prepare for class by using books, online web movies created by the instructor, online resources and tutorials pointed to by the instructor, or any of a large number of other resources. The key is that ...
    Posted May 3, 2013, 3:12 PM by Jon Sticklen
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