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Portrait of Aisha Bowe

Growing STEM

In 2013, alumna Aisha Bowe co-founded STEMBoard, a technology company. STEMBoard’s goal is to help historically underrepresented youth play a role in designing tomorrow’s technologies.|Short Read
Portrait of Nathan Gupta. Photo: Courtesy of Nathan

Nathan Gupta: Ambitious and thankful

Nathan Gupta, EECS undergraduate, credits his teachers with inspiring his interest in biotechnology and education.|Short Read

Anna Stuhlmacher: Power to change the world

Anna Stuhlmacher, PhD in electrical engineering, is looking for ways to change the world through power and energy. |Short Read
Portrait of Aftin and Astin Ross.

Twin sister scientists: Aftin & Astin Ross

Aftin and Astin Ross, PhDs in biomedical engineering, are making a name for themselves at the FDA.|Short Read

Making learning addictive

Alumnus develops platform that allows instructors to turn almost any course into a multiplayer online game. |Short Read
Acrobat performing

An academic acrobat

Meet the alumnus who joined Cirque du Soleil.|Short Read

An outstanding adviser

Lut Raskin honored for mentorship|Short Read
Trebecca McDonald, CEE Alumnus '15, poses for a portrait in Detroit, MI on May 6, 2017.

Trebecca McDonald: A different side of engineering

Michigan grad Trebecca McDonald is combining her interests in civil engineering, urban planning and sustainability to make strides in Detroit.|Medium Read

Quan Zhou: Saving lives worldwide

Doctoral student Quan Zhou listens to the sounds of early-stage cancer cells using an innovative photoacoustic imaging strategy.|Medium Read

Onajite Shemi: Contributing to the field of research

Doctoral candidate Onajite Shemi came to Michigan Engineering to develop new skills as a chemical engineer and explore what she can contribute to the field of research.|Short Read
Portrait of Donald Richardson.

Donald Richardson: Leading a career with impact

Donald Richardson, doctoral candidate in industrial and operations engineering, has found his passion in helping others. |Short Read
Portrait of Katie Reichl.

Katie Reichl: Making airplanes safer

Doctoral student Katie Reichl is working to make the safest and most efficient aircraft by reducing vibration issues.|Short Read