The MSU Mechanical Engineering Ladies Organization Promotes Female Success in ME

The Michael W. Hall School of Engineering is proud to present the Mechanical Engineering Ladies Organization. MELO seeks to help retain women in ME, to recruit high-achieving women into the school, to foster the success of women in ME,  and to improve the sense of community among female students.

The School of Mechanical Engineering is working to improve the percentage of women starting and completing a ME degree at MSU working closely with MELO. MELO’s core objectives include mentorship of current students by female faculty, senior students, and alumni, outreach from MELO members to local schools, and social engagement of our female students.

The ME School and MELO would like to see female enrollment in ME at MSU grow not only to meet national averages, but eventually to exceed these averages. This will require programs not only for local high school students, but also to generate interest in mechanical engineering among elementary-age students.  An increase in female students will also aid the school in recruiting and retaining women. In addition, the school would like to see an increase in the number of scholarships to support female ME students.

MELO is proud to host Project ENspire, an engineering outreach program for 4th-6th grade girls. Find out more here.

For information about MELO please contact: Morgan Green, Faculty Advisor (

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