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Contact: Michael Wellman

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

Michigan Engineering

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Faculty Accolades

Walt Hancock receives IEOM Global Engineering Education Award

IOE Professor Emeritus Walt Hancock has been awarded the Global Engineering Education Award by the Industrial Engineering and Operations Management Society (IEOM)

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Professor Sodano receives ASME Energy Harvesting Best Paper award

Dr. Sodano uses nanowires to increase the mechanical strength of energy harvesting materials for aerospace applications.

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Thomas Zurbuchen named head of NASA Science Mission Directorate

A space science professor who played a leading role in establishing a culture of entrepreneurship at Michigan Engineering has been named to a high-ranking post at NASA.

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Research Funding

Michigan Engineering spends more than $200 million a year on research.

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Cost Sharing

Find out how collaborators can share research costs.

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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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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

See through batteries

In order to better understand efficiency-reducing dendrites, the metal wire forming phenomenon that consumes electrolytes while new generation lithium metal batteries are charging, researchers have developed a visualization cell as a "window" to look inside the potentially explosive process.

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Debates: This linguistic trick boosts poll numbers

A study of U.S. presidential debates between 1976 and 2012 found that matching certain aspects of an opponent's language can lead to a bump in the polls.

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U-M research center spurs new approach to musculoskeletal health

A promising new approach to musculoskeletal disease that focuses on the interactions between body systems like bone and muscle is a top priority at the newly established Michigan Integrative Musculoskeletal Health Core Center.

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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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