Nancy Love, professor of civil & environmental engineering, embarks on a year-long water quality talk tour as a distinguished lecturer for the Association of Environmental Engineering & Science Professors Foundation.
Campus & Community
Distinguished lecturer embarks on water quality talk tour
U-Michigan’s unique MCubed seed grants start 2nd cycle
MCubed is a one-of-a-kind seed funding program designed to spark innovative research without traditional peer review.
Nuclear engineering labs: $12M renovation begins
“The Nuclear Engineering Laboratory will provide new, world-class research spaces to enable Michigan faculty and students to make major impacts on nuclear nonproliferation, nuclear reactor safety and homeland security,” says NERS professor, Ronald Gilgenbach.
HOW THE NET WAS WON
The ARPANET came before it. And the World Wide Web and browser technology would later make it accessible for the masses. But in between, a small Ann Arbor-based group labored on the NSFNET in relative obscurity to build—and ultimately to save—the Internet.
Making a Middle Class
Can engineering education lift Ethiopia?
Jeremy Bassis, an assistant professor in Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering, studies glaciers both past and present to better predict the future of the ice sheets over Greenland and Antarctica – and the implications for humans.