Diversity

New grad program: Engineering Education Research

New program turns a researcher’s eye on engineering education in the service of better teaching, learning and diversity at U-M and beyond.|Medium Read
Aerospace Engineering logo

Remembering Mary Golda Ross

She was a brilliant mathematician, Space Race trailblazer, first female and only Native American engineer at Lockheed Aircraft Corporation. |Medium Read

Erik Anderson II: Future engineering Jedi

“I don’t see many people that look like me in the field of environmental engineering. It made me want to do stuff like that,” Erik says. “I want to help show other people of color that we can do this too.”|Short Read
Portrait of Aisha Bowe

Growing STEM

In 2013, alumna Aisha Bowe co-founded STEMBoard, a technology company. STEMBoard’s goal is to help historically underrepresented youth play a role in designing tomorrow’s technologies.|Short Read
portraits of Dawn Tilbury and Ellen Arruda

Ellen Arruda and Dawn Tilbury receive Harold R. Johnson Diversity Service Award

Two of the seven faculty honored with the 2017 Harold R. Johnson Diversity Service Award are Michigan Engineering professors Ellen Arruda and Dawn Tilbury.|Medium Read

Onajite Shemi: Contributing to the field of research

Doctoral candidate Onajite Shemi came to Michigan Engineering to develop new skills as a chemical engineer and explore what she can contribute to the field of research.|Short Read
Water spouts from the North Campus reflecting pool. Lurie Tower stands in the background.

$4.25M to enhance minorities in STEM fields

A five-year, $4.25 million grant by the National Science Foundation aims to help increase participation and graduation rates among underrepresented minorities.|Short Read

Past, present and future of women in aerospace

In honor of National Women’s Month, we take a closer look at the trailblazers who are expanding diversity in the department and the field.|Medium Read
Portrait of Aeriel Murphy

Aeriel Murphy inducted into Bouchet Graduate Honor Society

The Materials Science & Engineering doctoral candidate is in Professor John Allison’s group.|Short Read
High school students work together as a Michigan Engineering student watches their progress.

The STEM that grows the leaf

Michigan Engineering students spent a week in Chicago High Schools as part of the Alternative Spring Break program, running workshops that promote STEM education.|Short Read