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The New York Times September 26, 2019

‘A planet full of ifs’: young people express climate angst

CLaSP professor Richard Rood tells New York Times about the anxiety spurred by climate change lectures.
In the News September 24, 2019

Warship Books At Their Best From Seaforth Publishing

The Royal Navy had a lot on its plate facing threats from Germany, Italy and Japan in the dying months of peace, but if there was one ship that was destined to exercise so much concern and, eventually, so much printed word, it was the Bismarck.
September 24, 2019

Ben Anderson receives USCG Witherspoon Award

Ben Anderson was awarded the U.S. Coast Guard Captain John C. Witherspoon Inspirational Leadership Award
In the News September 24, 2019

Tim Graul: Keeping the World Afloat

Retired boat designer keeps his hand in as a consultant
In the News September 24, 2019

NAME alum, Scott Robinson, named Director of Public Works

The Town of Herndon, Virginia has appointed a new director of public works. Scott Robinson has a B.S.E. for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering September 24, 2019

NAME alum challenges for East Grand Rapids 2nd Ward commission seat

Gizmodo September 24, 2019

Researchers found a good reason to attach a nail gun to a flying drone

AERO professor Ella Atkins details research that could one day reduce risks for human roofers.
September 23, 2019

U-M experts to weigh in on artificial intelligence, mental health in Ann Arbor Sept. 27

Event to take place at Ann Arbor District Library's downtown branch
New Scientist September 20, 2019

Drone equipped with nail gun can fix the roof so you don’t have to

Inspired by AERO professor Ella Atkins details new research that equips autonomous drones with a nail gun.
Time September 19, 2019

Trump says cutting regulations is good for business. But his new battle on car emission standards could hurt the auto industry

CEE professor Peter Adriaens says the Trump administrations efforts to cut auto industry regulation could diverge the US and global market.
Fast Company September 18, 2019

In an era of distractions, Microsoft wants AI to be your coworker

The company is aiming to adapt its productivity suite to a short-attention-span world, with remarks by Prof. Walter Lasecki
September 17, 2019

The most valuable college majors, ranked

Naval architecture and marine engineering takes the top spot on the list of most valuable college majors, according to a Bankrate study of 162 degrees.