Harvesting for their Own
A cocoa farmer harvest coca pods to sell to Corinne Joachim-Sanon, an IOE alumnus, who let a six figure job to return to her home country of Haiti and begin a business that would make a difference in the community that gave her life.
Hail to the Wind
A project between Woven Wind, a sustainability group who builds wind turbines, and a local elementary school is helping given the next generation of engineers the knowledge and hands-on experience to gain an interest in engineering.
An engineer refuels with the coconut juice from a tree around him in Pantanal in Brazil. The group is part of a partnership working to conduct engineering and water sanitation workshops in the largest wetland in Brazil.
Connecting Body and Mind
A graduate student helps connect mind and body in a series of workshops for alumni and their children.
Feeling a Shockwave
A new software designed by AERO Professor Karthik Duraisamy is leading the emerging field of data-driven physics for flight.
FIRST to Build
With the help of an innovative space in Detroit, high school students are acquiring the knowledge and tools to compete in FIRST Robotics competitions and beyond.
How many Engineers does it take to change a Lightbulb?
Even maintenance of facilities need engineering to do so in effective and efficient ways.
An Unlikely Partnership
An alumnus and a Michigan Engineering undergraduate student come from two different worlds to solve a world problem.
A new student team tackles the challenge to become to build the fastest electric motorcycle.