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Two graduate students standing with their CAARMS23 awards, smiling next to their advisors.

Protected: It was our honor: hosting CAARMS23

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Shetterly speaking to a full house at Rackham Auditorium

Protected: Bringing author Margot Lee Shetterly to campus

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Powell conversation draws thousands

The retired general discussed geopolitics, race and wisdom for the next generation.|Medium Read
Two graduate students standing with their CAARMS23 awards, smiling next to their advisors.

U-M sponsors conference for African-American mathematics researchers

Conference for African-American Researchers in the Mathematical Sciences is unlike any other conference in the math world. Experience the 23rd conference, sponsored by Michigan Engineering, through the eyes of a Purdue professor. |Long Read
Novum solar car

Overview: Solar Car Team goes small to win big at World Solar Challenge

Meet Novum: a long, skinny, single-fairing solar car|Medium Read

Destination Cuba

Over spring break, 2017, 22 Michigan Engineering students participated in one of the first technical interactions between a U.S. university and Cuba since the thawing of relations.|Short Read
John Younger lectures to a group of students

Engineering in the Valley of Death

Join the Department as it celebrates the research of graduate students through both oral and poster presentations. The keynote speaker is Dr. John Younger, co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at Akadeum Life Sciences, Inc.|Short Read
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Annual Gerard M. Faeth Memorial honors late Professor of Aerospace Engineering Gerard “Jerry” Faeth

The final Annual Gerard M. Faeth Memorial Lecture honored the professional and personal contributions of Arthur B. Modine Professor of Aerospace Engineering Gerard “Jerry” Faeth.|Medium Read
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Students embark on 100-year space mission

A team of students will interview 1,000 members of the Michigan community and launch their stories into orbit for 100 years.|Medium Read
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The modern resonance of NASA’s “Hidden Figures”

Margot Lee Shetterly delivered a keynote discussing the lives and impact of the female African American mathematicians that “helped America win the space race.” |Medium Read
Hidden Figures silhouettes on North Campus

#IAmNotHidden

In this featured event, Author Margot Lee Shetterly talks about the surprising ways that women and people of color have contributed to American innovation while pursuing the American Dream.|Short Read

Giving Blueday

November 29 is Giving Blueday! |Short Read