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Adam Coon, then an Aerospace engineering student, holds down an opponent on the wrestling mat

The Wrestler

Balancing Olympic training and astronaut ambitions|Medium Read
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Student team works to improve care for premature infants

The device resembles a swaddling hammock and features a heating pad charged by thermoelectrics, allowing users to light candles beneath the cells to generate power.|Short Read
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Students receive prizes for simulating the best landing of a rocket booster

The goal of the class project was to control the safe landing of a rocket booster after it disengaged from the portion of the rocket that would continue into Space.|Short Read
M-Heal in Peru

Volunteers bring M-HEAL solutions to Peru

Each day the students set up a mobile clinic with a doctor from a partner organization, reaching as many 600 community members while in Cusco. |Short Read
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2015-16 Undergraduate Student Awards

Students, parents, and faculty gathered to celebrate the achievements of EECS students who earned a special award for academic achievement, research, service, or entrepreneurial activities.|Short Read
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Sophomore Chris Weston honored as Aviation Week 20Twenties

Aerospace Engineering sophomore Chris Weston has been honored as one of Aviation Week's 20Twenties for 2016 and will be honored in Washington, DC this March.|Short Read

Ari Sandberg wins Mack Essay contest

Aerospace Engineering junior Ariel Sandberg won the Mack Essay Contest from Michigan Engineering's Technical Communications Program for her piece on the politics of aerospace engineering.|Short Read
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Better gender balance goal of latest MHacks hackathon

MHacks: Refactor, v7 of the nationally-renowned U-M hackathon, drew many more women, underrepresented students and first-timers.|Medium Read

Ariel Sandberg is honored with a 2016 Twenty20s Award

Aerospace Engineering sophomore Ariel Sandberg has been selected as one of Aviation Week's Twenty20s for 2016.|Short Read
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Student team takes 3rd place in international satellite design competition

The University of Michigan chapter of SEDS, Students for the Exploration and Development of Space, recently placed third in an international competition to design a satellite network around Mars.|Medium Read
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A showcase of student innovation

The most ambitious and intense class projects of students’ undergraduate careers are showcased each semester at Design Expo. More than 100 teams display the prototypes they’ve spent months designing and refining. |Short Read
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Here’s to another amazing semester

This fall, the Michigan Engineering community welcomes 6,097 undergrads and 3,331 graduate students.|Short Read