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PhD’s in Electrical & Computer Engineering – 2013

Congratulations to the graduates!|Short Read
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Jason Davis receives 2013 U-M Distinguished Diversity Leaders Award

Jason considers diversity and inclusiveness in all activities that he undertakes.|Medium Read
Midrul Mishra

Mridul Mishra receives Rackham Non-Traditional Fellowship

Mishra has strengthened his understanding of wireless communications through coursework and independent research.|Short Read
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Prof. Mingyan Liu elected Fellow of the IEEE

Prof. Liu's research interests are vast, and she is also active in the professional community.|Short Read
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Students take a field trip to a wind farm

“The trip made me more aware of some of the practical things ... like the sound of the turbines, and how they alter the look of the land."|Short Read
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Steve Mollenkopf: What it takes to lead in technology

Steve Mollenkopf is the President and COO of Qualcomm and talked about the company's current projects.|Short Read
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Alumni have fun exploring engineering with their kids

Hosted by the different engineering departments, the day-long event offered nine different workshops. |Short Read
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Welcome new students!

Congratulations and welcome to our new class of students!|Short Read
Christopher Boyd

Graduating Students Make their Marks Locally, Globally: A Michigan engineer pays it forward

"Chris has always been interested in helping others discover their passions and dreams."|Short Read
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Alumni Spotlight: Syed B. Ali (MSE EE 81)

"I wanted to give back. If it wasn't for Michigan I wouldn't be where I am today." |Medium Read
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EECS Alumni: Over 22,000 strong!

Congratulations to these wonderful alumni on their accomplishments - Go Blue!|Short Read
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UARTS 250 (Creative Process): One of the universitys most intriguing classes

The new course brings together faculty from Art, Architecture, Engineering, and Music — all found on North Campus. |Short Read