Professional Engineer and Professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology
Office: Roberts Hall 220
Specialty: Tool and machine design
Kevin Cook has been working with senior undergraduate students and the Standardized Biofilm Methods group to design improvements to the Center’s biofilm systems, such as the CDC biofilm reactor. Mr. Cook’s interests are machine design, tool design and manufacturing processes, as well as applications in mechanical systems in buildings.
Mr. Cook was the recipient of the 2011 MSU College of Engineering Faculty Award for Excellence in Outreach and Service. His excellence in student mentoring is evidenced by the fact that he has received the award for Outstanding MET Instructor nine times during his MSU career. Under his leadership as the Mechanical Engineering Technology Program Coordinator, student participation has more than doubled. His service activities include being Chair of the American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME) MET Department Heads Committee and participating on the ASME Center for Education Board of Directors.
Biofilm related publications searchable via the CBE Publications database