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Erik Anderson II: Future engineering Jedi

“I don’t see many people that look like me in the field of environmental engineering. It made me want to do stuff like that,” Erik says. “I want to help show other people of color that we can do this too.”|Short Read
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Sara Bashir: Passionate about inventing

Rising freshman Sara Bashir is an inventor. Since the age of eight, she has kept a running sketchbook of project ideas, and is always finding new ways to innovate.|Medium Read
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CHE NSF and NDSEG graduate fellowship recipients

This program supports outstanding students with high potential in science, technology, engineering and mathematics early in their graduate training.|Medium Read
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Kaelan Oldani: Shooting for the stars

Kaelan Oldani, AERO undergraduate, grew up aspiring to become an astronaut, encouraged by a large family of engineers that have helped her discover a love of engineering at school.|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
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The Startup Finale 2017

The final teams fight for their chance to win the grand prize of $15,000.|Short Read
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Undergraduate Francisco Kulyckyj receives Aerospace Department’s Distinguished Leadership Award

Graduating senior Francisco Kulyckyj (BSAE ’18) was selected as the recipient of the Aerospace Department’s Distinguished Leadership Award.|Short Read

EECS 280 becomes third largest course at U-M

Course enrollment has increased by almost 200 students in just one year.|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
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Shawn Cooper: Changing the game

Shawn Cooper is using computer science to change the way we coach.|Medium Read
Portrait of Hannah Cheriyan. Photo: Joseph Xu, Michigan Engineering Communications & Marketing.

Hannah Cheriyan: A world of possibility

Hannah Cheriyan is changing the world for the better through engineering and medicine.|Medium Read
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Engineering a massive Rubik’s Cube

See what it takes to scale a four by four foot, 1500 pound beloved puzzle.|Short Read