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NA 340 Rolling Ball Challenge

Marine Dynamics class gets hands on experience

Professor Troesch's NA 340 Marine Dynamics class recently held a friendly competition. The goal: Choose a ball. Set it on a moving track. Figure out how to keep it there longer than your peers. |Medium Read
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Trip report: Quito, Ecuador

Stuart Daudlin (BSE, Engineering Physics, 2018) discusses his Engineering Honors Program volunteer trip to Ecuador.|Short Read
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Aerospace Engineering senior Rebecca Hill wins Marian Sarah Parker Prize

Congratulations to Rebecca Hill, winner of the Marian Sarah Parker Prize.|Short Read
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David Morales: A winding journey to Michigan

David Morales's dynamic combination of business and engineering skills sets him apart.|Medium Read
Raymond Fok

Raymond Fok selected as finalist for CRA UG research award; two others receive honorable mention

This award program recognizes undergraduate students in North American colleges and universities who show outstanding potential in an area of computing research.|Short Read
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Student Advisory Board launches

New board amplifies students' voice on DEI and campus climate.|Short Read

Learning to work like engineers

While the task is simple — build a device to sort balls by color — the lessons go much deeper.|Short Read

Computer Games Showcase Highlights New Games Built by CS Seniors

Attendees wade into a CS mosh pit and play the final projects developed by computer science seniors in EECS 494, Computer Game Design and Development.|Short Read
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Engineering Emeritus Faculty Scholarship Fund will support undergrads

The endowed fund provides need-based scholarship support to undergraduate students in the College of Engineering.|Short Read

Student-built app guides Smithsonian gallery visitors through ancient Asian art exhibit

The app, developed by a team of UM students through the Multidisciplinary Design Program, traces the historic pilgrimage of 8th century Korean monk Hyecho to provide context for the exhibit.|Short Read

Ada Lovelace opera and lightning talks highlight women’s contributions to computing

The event featured eight TED-style computer science talks by female faculty and an opera performance.|Medium Read
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Students Visit Detroit Companies with ECE Expeditions

Students get a glimpse into careers in electrical and computer engineering|Short Read