Recent News Stories
- The donated items include hand tools, workbenches, and storage cabinets. Already this fall, Carthage students are putting the equipment to use in the Introduction to Engineering Design course.Read “Snap-on tool donation benefits Carthage Engineering”
- Top StoriesAfter the first phase of renovations in Lentz Hall, the facility welcomes its first engineering class in fall 2023.Read “Introducing the Engineering Center at Carthage”
- The Bridge: Campus NewsRead “Carthage receives grant from We Energies Foundation”
Carthage engineering has received a grant from the We Energies Foundation to equip the Engineering Center in Lentz Hall.
- ResearchCarthage’s summer research students got the chance to meet with a senior NASA executive who filled them in on the agency’s career opportunities.Read “Visiting executive highlights NASA careers for students”
- Community,Innovation,Stories of Impact,Top Stories23 rockets took to the sky during Carthage’s 14th annual First Nations Launch on April 28-29.Read “Carthage hosts 14th annual high-power rocket competition”
Past News Stories
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsLearn more about Carthage’s dual-degree program in engineering during an information session from 4 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15.Read “Dual-Degree Program in Engineering Info Session TODAY”
- Engineering Scholars Day at Carthage is Saturday, Dec. 9. Attendance is required for anyone who wants to be considered for Carthage’s Engineering Scholarship.Read “Sign up by Nov. 17 for Carthage’s Engineering Scholars Day”
- The Bridge: Campus NewsRead “Apply for NASA WSGC scholarships and grants by Friday”
NASA Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium granted over $100,000 to Carthage students and faculty in 2022-23. Apply for programs today.
- The Bridge: News for StudentsRead “Celebrating Ada Lovelace Day at Carthage Tuesday”
Celebrate Ada Lovelace Day with a scavenger hunt and a colloquium with talks by women in STEM at Carthage.
- Top StoriesRead “Engineer of Ascent Milwaukee to visit Carthage Thursday”
A leading engineer on the world’s tallest mass timber frame building will speak at the next Business and Professional Coalition event.
- The Bridge: Lectures & PresentationsRead “NASA deputy director to speak at Carthage tomorrow”
Jennifer Kibler, from NASA Langley Research Center, will discuss career and internship opportunities at the Agency.