Education

CSE alum William Sanders appointed Dean of Carnegie Mellon’s College of Engineering

Sanders has spent the past 25 years of his career at the University of Illinois, working on secure and dependable computing and security for critical infrastructures.|Short Read
Alec Gallimore, Steve McLaughlin, Mingyan Liu

Georgia Tech Dean of College of Engineering, Steve McLaughlin, wins 2019 ECE Distinguished Educator Award

McLaughlin spoke about how academic institutions can take better care of their students’ mental health while providing a fuller academic experience, as well as his love for U-M. |Medium Read
Attendees at the ECE Grad Apply Workshop

ECE hosts first Grad School Workshop to showcase benefits of an advanced degree

The workshop attracted students from all over the country and demystified the ECE graduate school experience. |Medium Read
Ciara Sivels, NERS alumnus, has her graduation stole put on by her PhD advisor Sara Pozzi

Becoming the representation she wishes she’d seen

In a Q&A, Ciara Sivels remarks on exposure, earning her PhD and equality in higher education. |Medium Read
Ciara Sivels, NERS alumnus, has her graduation stole put on by her PhD advisor Sara Pozzi

Becoming the representation she wishes she’d seen

In a Q&A, Ciara Sivels remarks on exposure, earning her PhD and equality in higher education. |Long Read
Nancy Love takes notes on a large writing pad

In water system engineering, local is the new global

Engineering students must learn how ‘decentralized’ systems offer flexible, cost-effective solutions that empower communities.|Medium Read
Guzdial at SIGCSE ceremony

Guzdial receives SIGCSE outstanding educator award

Guzdial is a leading expert in the field of computing education, and was one of its earliest researchers.|Short Read

Training student instructors for inclusive teaching in intro CSE courses

The initiative has tackled courses that make up the core curriculum for first- and second-year CS and CE majors.|Short Read
Three people analyzing lab data

Innovating in Education

For Michigan Engineering to stay ahead of the curve, it must clear the path for faculty to innovate, and for students to explore|Medium Read
NSBE group with Cassie

Black Engineers convention comes to Detroit and ECE is there to welcome the record-breaking 14,000 attendees

At this year’s convention for the National Society of Black Engineers, U-M professors, students, and alums came together with the other attendees to share experiences, offer career advice, and explore how to improve society.|Medium Read
Accepting that deadlines have a degree of uncertainty could be the key to more successful projects. Graphic: Shannon Riedel

How to hack your deadline: Admit it’s uncertain

Two simple steps can take the fear out of drop-dead dates. |Short Read
Group of NSBE members pose together with the bipedal robot, Cassie

NSBE 45 focuses on bettering communities and networking

Members gathered in Detroit to attend over 100 professional workshops and panels. |Medium Read