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Cameron Polack and BLUElab India – engineering winners

Cameron is intent on using her major to benefit others as directly as possible.|Short Read
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Shayna Simon – From intern to full-time, making company experience matter

Shayna recently accepted a job offer at General Motors, and will dive into a position in infotainment there after school.|Short Read
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Students host event inspired by study abroad experience

Students worked on a GIEU program in Amritsar, India, where they participated in langar events at the Golden Temple.|Short Read
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EECS students attend National NSBE Convention – Come back psyched

The Convention offers leadership development, internship opportunities, networking activities, and professional workshops.|Short Read
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Puneet Singh receives the 2014 VFF Joe Mallen Scholarship

The Vertical Flight Foundation (VFF) was established in 1967 as the philanthropic arm of the American Helicopter Society (AHS).|Short Read
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2013-14 Undergraduate Student Awards

Congratulations to these phenomenal students!|Short Read
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Students rewarded for their circuit designs in EECS 413

The course, Monolithic Amplifier Circuits, has a tradition of offering prizes for the top final projects designed by the students.|Short Read
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Smartphone as Mentor: How tech could change behavior

What if smartphones could act as mentors in mindfulness?|Medium Read
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EECS students travel down under for the 2013 World Solar Challenge

The entire team pulled together and finished the race in ninth place, with their morale high.|Short Read
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Welcome new students!

Congratulations and welcome to our new class of students!|Short Read
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Top robotic helicopter team sets sights on impossible mission

The International Aerial Robotics competition requires teams to build a flying bot that can self-navigate.|Medium Read
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Kamal Sarabandi honored with 2013 IEEE GRSS Education Award

Sarabandi's lectures and presentations are known for being extremely clear and reflecting the highest research standards.|Short Read