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Monica Higgins Selected to Receive the Susan Lipschutz Award

Monica Higgins was selected to receive the Susan Lipschutz Award. |Short Read
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Lauren Hickey Awarded ASCE Arthur S. Tuttle Memorial Scholarship

CEE student Lauren Hickey was awarded the ASCE Arthur S. Tuttle Memorial Scholarship.|Short Read
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Jongho Kim Awarded Outstanding Student Paper Award by AGU

Jongho Kim, a Ph.D. candidate who is working with Professors Valeriy Ivanov and Nikolaos Katopodes was awarded an “Outstanding Student Paper Award” by the American Geophysical Union (AGU).|Short Read
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CEE Students Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Several CEE students were awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.|Short Read
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Iverson Bell awarded NSF Fellowship for Research in Space Propulsion

Bell is investigating how to use an electrodynamic, propellantless propulsion concept to push against the Earth's magnetic field in order to maneuver satellites and counteract drag.|Short Read
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Most powerful millimeter-scale energy harvester generates electricity from vibrations

The researchers have built a complete system that integrates a high-quality energy-harvesting piezoelectric material with the circuitry that makes the power accessible.|Short Read
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MEMStim takes first prize in the Michigan Business Challenge

MEMStim is committed to improving the standard of patient care in neurostimulation. Congratulations, Angelique!|Short Read
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CEE Students Selected as 2011 Leaders and Honors Award Recipients

Two CEE students were selected as the CEE recipients of the Graduate and Undergraduate Distinguished Achievement Awards.|Short Read
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Solar power without solar cells: A hidden magnetic effect of light could make it possible

This new technique could make solar power cheaper and, with improved materials, more efficient.|Short Read
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Connor Field — Growing energy on a solar farm

"Energy will be the major concern in the United States for my generation," Connor says. "Now is the time to research and invest in the technologies that will power our future."|Medium Read
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Tanya Das earns Poetry Prize

Tanya said she believes engineers have a unique perspective on the world because of their training, making it natural to draw analogies between humans and science.|Short Read
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Chris Berry awarded Michigan Space Grant Consortium Fellowship

Berry is designing an emitter to operate as a light-weight, local oscillator for a terahertz spectroscopy system suitable for use in space.|Short Read