Undergraduates

Michigan Chemical Engineering undergraduate program enters top 5 in U.S. News rankings

Chemical Engineering is tied at No. 4 in the U.S. News’s 2021 chemical engineering undergraduate program rankings|Short Read
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College DEI grants awarded to NERS

The grants will help the department both recruit and support a diverse student population.|Short Read

Undergraduate student teams create two new video games over the summer

The games were conceived and developed by teams of students working remotely during the summer of Covid.|Short Read
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EECS Juneteenth celebration features song, readings, and a proposal for change

In observance of the holiday that marks the end of chattel slavery, faculty, students, and alumni performed music, shared personal stories, and presented a proposal to the EECS chairs for initiatives to enhance diversity and equity and realize systemic equality in the department.|Long Read

ECE Stands with Black Lives Matter

Members of our community share their stories, their fears, and their hopes for a more inclusive, just future. |Long Read
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Ship design prize goes to space research vessel, Oceanus

The senior capstone final ship design project is a long-held rite of passage for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering students, but this year when COVID changed the status quo, Associate Professor Matthew Collette and his NA 475 students were able to adjust quickly and create a new way to preserve an old tradition|Medium Read

Local engineering firm utilizes Michigan Aerospace wind tunnel to test pollution sensors

Livonia based engineering consulting firm Airflow Sciences utilized the University of Michigan’s 5’x7’ Wind Tunnel to test sensors used to monitor pollution from industrial exhaust stacks |Short Read

MASA Rocketry Team continues work on space shot rocket despite pandemic

Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Michigan Aeronautical Science Association is continuing to break expectations of a collegiate rocket team as they work toward reaching space with their new rocket, the Tangerine Space Machine.|Medium Read
Professor of Practice George Halow teaches new Aerospace Enterprise undergraduate aerospace engineering course

UM Aero blends engineering with business education to teach students how to thrive as well as build in modern industries

The University of Michigan Aerospace Engineering Department is going beyond the nuts and bolts of engineering education by introducing essential aspects of business culture. Led by George F. Halow, Professor of Practice in Aerospace Engineering, the goal is to create a new generation of well-rounded engineers who can thrive in a fast-changing professional world. |Medium Read

Airships and hovercraft: How Aerospace Michigan uses ‘Skunkworks’ practical engineering to inspire and teach the next generation

Aerospace Professor Pete Washabaugh uses industrial engineering practices for design class that goes beyond the abstract to the practical.|Long Read

ECE Expeditions Goes “On the Town”

Pre-COVID-19, ECE Expeditions took thirteen students to the heart of the Big Apple to tour a variety of tech companies, including IBM. |Long Read
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Michigan Aerospace Congratulates Kaelan Oldani, recipient of the Hugh G. Rummler Prize

Michigan Aerospace congratulates Kaelan Oldani, who received the prestigious College of Engineering Hugh G. Rummler Prize |Medium Read