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Google award to introduce women to computer science research

Mihalcea and Wendlandt believe a key strategy to increasing the number of women in computing research is to introduce them to the research process early on.|Short Read
Science Olympiad team

Michigan’s first Science Olympiad invitational – for students, by students

The University of Michigan offered the state’s first invitational competition run by Olympiad alumni.|Medium Read
Discover Computer Science

New one-credit course allows those without experience to discover computer science

Throughout the semester, students will work with Prof. Rada Mihalcea and PhD student Laura Wendlandt to see how computers connect to real-world applications in many disciplines.|Short Read
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Reetuparna Das earns Borg Early Career Award

Das is passionate about promoting diversity and mentoring women in computer science.|Short Read

Benton Harbor partners with U-M researchers to bolster public transit

Surveys and electronic tracking will help boost transit efforts to connect residents with jobs.|Short Read
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New Qualcomm Thinkabit Lab opens at Michigan Engineering Zone

Detroit-area middle school students will have access to STEM engagement opportunities|Medium Read
Electrify students

High School Students Experience High Tech and Michigan’s Electrify Camps

A select group of high school students spent a week in classes and labs as they participated in the Electrify Tech Camps to learn just a few things that go on in Electrical and Computer Engineering.|Short Read

Google grant expands robotics for Detroit students

The funding increases outreach at the Michigan Engineering Zone, where U-M mentors work with local high school students. |Medium Read
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$4.25M to enhance minorities in STEM fields

A five-year, $4.25 million grant by the National Science Foundation aims to help increase participation and graduation rates among underrepresented minorities.|Short Read
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Engineering students, teen create tech for the blind

A 17-year-old Ypsilanti high school student who is visually impaired worked with a software engineering class to develop technology that could make life easier for the blind.|Long Read
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Having fun with ECE

The event highlighted the projects and work of several student teams and labs, giving kids and adults alike a chance to see ECE's ingenuity in action.|Short Read
Students working at MiBytes 2016

CSE kicks off another summer of MiBytes Computer Camps

MiBytes was created to provide high school students with a hands-on introduction to computer science.|Short Read