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Contact: Michael Wellman

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Lynn A. Conway Collegiate Professor of Computer Science & Engineering

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Faculty Accolades

Gian-Gabriel Garcia is IOE GSI of the W 2017 semester

IOE PhD student Gian-Gabriel Garcia has been selected as winter 2017 IOE GSI of the semester

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SPIE Tribute Conference held in honor of AE Department Chair Dr. Dan Inman

On March 28-29, an SPIE Tribute Conference was held in honor of Aerospace Chair Dr. Dan Inman for a lifetime of contributions to the field of smart structures.

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Five faculty teams awarded Provost's Teaching Innovation Prize

Five faculty projects led by Michael Cole, Mary Lou Dorf, Craig Regester, Stephen Rush and Adam Simon will be awarded the ninth annual Provost's Teaching Innovation Prize.

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Research Funding

Michigan Engineering spends more than $250 million a year on research.

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Cost Sharing

Find out how collaborators can share research costs.

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Leadership

The Office of the Associate Dean for Research supports all Michigan Engineering research.

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Teaching Engineers

The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching in Engineering offers teaching workshops, consulting and more.

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Academic Catalog

The College of Engineering Bulletin is the final word on Michigan Engineering's academic programs.

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Learning Assessment

The Office of Student Affairs helps departments assess student outcomes and build stronger programs.

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Honor Code

Michigan Engineers' professional integrity begins with the Honor Code.

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Expect Respect

Because great things happen when we work in teams across disciplines, perspectives and cultures.

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Diversity

We're committed to a diverse, inclusive and welcoming environment where people can thrive and excel.

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Driven to Make a Difference

Michigan Engineering faculty and students take on some of the world's toughest challenges - from energy to healthcare, to the environment—and the list goes on.

We lead by example here, moving science forward, developing innovative technologies and training the next generation of world-changing problem solvers.

Research News

Graphene ‘phototransistor’ for imaging, communications

New light-detecting device senses light that doesn’t hit the graphene itself.

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The world’s largest free standing Rubik’s Cube

The 1,500-pound, mostly aluminum apparatus was unveiled today on the second floor of the G.G. Brown building.

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Renovated nuclear reactor building opens as world-class labs

Inside the renovated Nuclear Engineering Laboratory, researchers in the nation's top-ranked program will advance nuclear security, nonproliferation, safety, and energy.

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NSF Career Grant Recipient

Thanks to Jason Mars, “Siri” could get a whole lot more effective in the years to come.

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