Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)

Spartan Showcase: Working as a Mechanical Engineering Intern During the Pandemic

Jack Lambrix has opened the doors to his future through his internship last summer with DTE Energy at the Monroe Power Plant in Monroe, MI. Lambrix is in his third year at MSU pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in …

By Julia Wallace
Julia Wallace Applied Engineering Sciences Major
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Spartan Showcase: Having a Mentor Can Influence Your Success

Spartan alumna Megan Marie Conlon looks back fondly at her time spent at Michigan State University, where her career journey began. Conlon graduated with her bachelor’s degree from MSU’s College of Natural Science in 2010. She then worked three years …

By Julia Wallace
Julia Wallace Applied Engineering Sciences Major
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Spartan Showcase: Becoming a Global Packaging Project Engineer

Rachel Grandell always had a passion for engineering. When she came to Michigan State University, her coursework in the College of Engineering helped her narrow her interests, leading her to pursue a degree in Biosystems Engineering with a concentration in …

By Sammi Williams
Sammi Williams Social Relations and Policy Major
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Spartan Showcase: Passion for Science

From a young age, Michigan State University alumna Elizabeth Donelan had a passion for animals and zoological studies, volunteering and taking courses at the Cincinnati Zoo during her youth. This passion led her to MSU, where she majored in Zoology …

By Sammi Williams
Sammi Williams Social Relations and Policy Major
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Spartan Showcase: Gaining Patient Interaction Skills as a Phlebotomist

The global pandemic did not deter third-year Michigan State University and Lyman Briggs College student Mia Kochanek from continuing her professional development. Majoring in Human Biology, Kochanek completed both online and in-person training to become a certified phlebotomist. Today she …

By Sammi Williams
Sammi Williams Social Relations and Policy Major
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How to Get Your First Software Developer Job, According to Hiring Managers

What does it take to land your first job as a software developer? Recruiters are looking for someone who knows how to build code, test and deploy it, with an understanding of the software development life cycle.

The strongest software …

By Kindra Cooper - Springboard
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The 2 Musts for Advancing Your STEM Career, From 2 Latinx Leaders

Raquel Rivera and Raquel Tamez have more in common than just their names — they’re also successful Latinx leaders in the STEM field.

A lifelong lover of science and math, Rivera grew her career to Vice President of Product Delivery Center …

By Fairygodboss - Fairygodboss
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As the largest career community for women, Fairygodboss provides millions of women with career connections, community advice, and hard-to-find intel about how companies treat women.
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AI vs. Machine Learning vs. Deep Learning (vs. Data Science)

Modern AI is an umbrella term encompassing several different forms of learning. The main buckets are machine learning and deep learning. But there’s overlap with broader data science as well. Let’s explore AI vs. machine learning vs. deep learning (vs. …

By Alex Palmer - Springboard
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Bachelor's degree graduates continue education.

   

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Undergraduate students complete an internship.

 

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Bachelor's degree graduates work or continue education.