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A photograph of a student playing violin on the Grove.

Grove Violin

Matthew Lambert, EE BSE and Performance BMus student, performs the Star-Spangled Banner on the Eda U. Gerstacker Grove. |
A photograph of a Mars Rover outside of the Ford Robotics Building.

Mars Rover

The Michigan Mars Rover team tests its mars rover on the Mars Yard outside of the Ford Robotics Building at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI.|
A student looks at a laptop.

Home School

Jennifer Williams, Computer Science BS Student, attends her classes remotely from her apartment. Many students are on campus for the 2020-2021 academic year.|
A photograph of North Campus covered with snow.

Snow Flamingo

A flamingo appears as North Campus gets blanketed with snow. |
A photograph of ENG100 students working on a project.

Eng100

Emma Smith, Antra Gandhi, and Cameron Ross, CoE First-Year Students, compete with their ENG100 team-built robots in the Center for Socially Engaged Design (CSED) space in the G.G. Brown Building.|
A photograph of a student working in lab.

CassieReturn

Yukai Gong, Robotics PhD Student, installs a battery into Cassie, a bipedal robot, on North Campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI.|
A photograph of the Eda U. Gerstacker Grove.

Snow Planet

Water deviates between liquid and solid form as a light dusting of snow falls onto the Eda U. Gerstacker Grove.|
A photograph of a student attending class remotely.

EECS495

A CSE class pivots in an uncertain year to tackle challenge around COVID-19, giving students a real world problem to tackle. |
A photograph of first-year students working on a group project.

ENG100-CSED

Emma Smith, Antra Gandhi, and Cameron Ross, CoE First-Year Students, compete with their ENG100 team-built robots in the Center for Socially Engaged Design (CSED) space in the G.G. Brown Building.|
A photo of the Beyster Building stairs.

Beyster

The Bob and Betty Beyster stays relatively empty with most in-person classes suspended for the semester. Photo: Joseph Xu/Michigan Engineering, Communications and Marketing|
A photograph of a researcher walking and testing a sensor.

IMU

Wearable robotics are taking a step forward. Robotics Professor Bobby Gregg’s research group is developing an Initial Measurement Unit that can recognize activities such as standing, walking, ascent, and descent. The system will help wearables like exoskeletons and prosthetic legs move closer to precision use for their users.|

Claude Shannon

The statue of Claude Shannon is covered with a mask on North Campus of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI.|