Milwaukee School of Engineering

Milwaukee School of Engineering Milwaukee School of Engineering

1025 North Broadway, Milwaukee, 53202-3109, WI, US

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MSOE students are bright, creative, hard-working and fun to be around. Ours is a close-knit community of about 3,000 students, faculty and staff—large enough for big opportunities and small enough for personal attention. Located in a vibrant downtown neighborhood in Milwaukee, MSOE offers students an engaging learning and living environment. The university is fully committed to every student who is willing to be challenged and work hard to become a better person as a successful MSOE graduate Since 1903, MSOE has been offering an applications-based education, partnering with leaders of business and industry to shape the institution’s development. Early supporters realized that their future depended upon educational institutions that could prepare men and women to fill newly created engineering and management positions. Today, MSOE offers 17 bachelor’s degrees and 11 master’s degrees. The students who attend MSOE come from all parts of the United States and dozens of other countries. More than 20,000 alumni live and work throughout the United States and abroad, and nearly 2,000 of them own their own businesses or are officers of companies.

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Vince Anewenter

Vince Anewenter

Director

Vince Anewenter focuses his work on 3D scanning and additive manufacturing.

Product Design Stamping 3D Scanning Additive Manufacturing Injection Molding Castings

Ruth Barratt, Ph.D.

Ruth Barratt, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department Chair

Dr. Ruth Barratt's areas of expertise include online learning and development, building high performance teams and business ethics.

Online Learning and Development High Performance Team Management Human Capital Organizational Culture Ethical Leadership

Alicia Domack, Ph.D.

Alicia Domack, Ph.D.

Department Chair and Professor

Dr. Alicia Domack has a research background in cognition, learning and development.

Learning and Development Educational Psychology Cognition

Christopher H. Raebel, P.E., S.E., Ph.D.

Christopher H. Raebel, P.E., S.E., Ph.D.

Professor, Department Chair

Dr. Christopher Raebel focuses on robustness in structural systems with an emphasis on steel framed buildings.

Floor Vibrations Caused by Occupant Activities Structural Steel Framed Buildings Structural Systems Finite Element Analysis Experiment Testing

Luis A. Rodriguez, Ph.D.

Luis A. Rodriguez, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Luis Rodriguez’s areas of expertise include nonlinear control and motion planning of robot manipulators.

Optimal Control Robot Control Robotics and Multibody Dynamics Design of Mechatronics Systems Motion Planning

Carol Sabel, RN, Ph.D.

Carol Sabel, RN, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair, School of Nursing

Dr. Carol Sabel is an expert in examining barriers to nursing students continuing education and interprofessional collaboration.

Patient Education Patient Safety Nursing Education Interprofessional Collaboration Nursing

Stephen M. Williams, P.E., Ph.D.

Stephen M. Williams, P.E., Ph.D.

Vice President of Campus Infrastructure

Dr. Steve Williams specializes in control systems, power electronics and electromechanical systems.

Curriculum Design Electromechanical Systems Control Systems Power Electronics Electrical Engineering

Lauren Beverung, Ph.D.

Lauren Beverung, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Dr. Lauren Beverung holds degrees in developmental psychology and human development & family sciences.

Research Methods Grief and Bereavement Child Development Psychology Parent-Child Relationships and Parenting Lifespan Development Adverse Life Experiences

Jeffrey Blessing, Ph.D.

Jeffrey Blessing, Ph.D.

Professor

Dr. Jeffrey Blessing is an expert in artificial intelligence, deep learning, cybersecurity, Internet of Things (IoT), & entrepreneurship.

Technology Entrepreneurship Deep Learning Cybersecurity Science in New Product Management Business Administration Science in Engineering Management Artifical Intelligence Machine Learning

Jennifer L. Bonniwell, Ph.D.

Jennifer L. Bonniwell, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and EE THL Coordinator

Dr. Jennifer Bonniwell's research interests include advanced control theory, estimation, Kalman filtering and engineering education.

Digital Design With Hardware Description Languages (E.g. VHDL)) Control Systems Control Theory Electrical Engineering Computer Engineering MATLAB Simulation Advanced Control Theory Estimation and Kalman Filtering