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News Story chemical/x-pdb Feeleys expand family scholarship
Edmund J. and Maryellen Feeley have contributed an additional $200,000 to the already established Feeley Family Endowed Scholarship Fund. The gift will receive ...
News Story 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 ...
News Story University extends opportunity to increase your student support with matching funds
To provide additional support for students, U-M has extended its matching gifts program. The Michigan Matching Initiative for Student Support will match gifts ...
News Story Octet Stream Conference-bound NERS students receive support
Jaya Ramanuja (MS SPH '75) has made an expendable gift of $10,000 to establish the Jaya Ramanuja Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences Student Support ...
News Story Hacking into homes: Security flaws found in SmartThings connected home system
Cybersecurity researchers were able to hack into the leading "smart home" automation system and essentially get the PIN code to the front door.
News Story Better cybersecurity needed for connected cars
Connected vehicles are already vulnerable to cyber attacks, and with the advent of driverless cars, the stakes will only get higher.
News Story D source code S. Jack Hu institutes undergraduate research fund
S. Jack Hu (MSE ME '86, PhD '90) has made a gift to establish the S. Jack Hu Family and Friends Undergraduate Research Award Fund.
News Story chemical/x-pdb Nadkarni gift invests in student entrepreneurs
Shirish and Manisha Nadkarni have made an expendable gift to be used at the discretion of the chair of the CSE Division of EECS. Its purpose is to support ...
News Story Troff document A football helmet design that listens to physics
A shock-absorbing football helmet system being developed at Michigan Engineering could blunt some dangerous physics that today’s models ignore.
News Story D source code Alumnus Todd Wareing endows Edward W. Larsen tribute fund
Alumnus Todd Wareing (PhD NERS '91) and his wife Stephanie have endowed a fund in honor of his mentor NERS Professor Edward W. Larsen.
News Story Richard Auhll creates match for AERO students
Richard Auhll (BSE Aero ‘63) has created a $100,000 match to fund gifts for Aerospace Engineering students.
News Story Michigan Engineering seeks $1B to forge breakthrough engineering
Victors for Michigan campaign kicks off.
News Story D source code Amy Ellen Polk Memorial Scholarship Fund for Future Engineers established
Family and friends create endowed scholarship fund in honor of the late Michigan Engineer Amy Polk.
News Story Championing innovation, in all its forms
A culture of "yes"--the entrepreneurial and innovative spirit of Michigan Engineering today.
News Story chemical/x-pdb Albrecht gives back to Aero undergraduates
Karen Ann (Bagley) Albrecht (BSE Aero '72) has made a $30,000 gift to endow The Isaac, Vera, Gayle, Karen and Carol Bagley Endowed Aerospace Engineering ...
News Story Lie-detecting software uses real court case data
By studying videos from high-stakes court cases, University of Michigan researchers are building unique lie-detecting software based on real-world data.
News Story The snowball effect of funding
How funding positions for professors can open doors for students and research.
News Story chemical/x-pdb Scholarship honors late Aero alum
The estate of the late J. Scott Grill (BSE AA '64) has established the J. Scott Grill Scholarship Fund for Aerospace Engineers. Grill, a Grand Rapids, ...
News Story U-M alums establish McFee scholarship
Robert D. McFee (BSE IME '50, JD '52) and Shirley M. McFee (BA '51) have given the College $25,000 to establish the Robert D. McFee and Shirley M. McFee ...
News Story chemical/x-pdb Patel provides additional CE scholarship
Mavjibhai L. Patel (BSE CE '63) of Flushing, New York, has made a $50,000 endowment gift to establish the Lilavati and Taraben and Mavjibhai Patel Scholarship ...
News Story Student workshop approaches research with the market in mind
A one-day crash course in tech entrepreneurship teaches students and post-docs how to evaluate the market potential of new technologies.
News Byte D source code First class of Leinweber Scholars announced
The inaugural class of a Michigan Engineering scholarship was selected, with a goal to encourage U-M computer science students to stay in Michigan.
News Story chemical/x-pdb New recruitment ideas drive smart growth
During the last decade, Michigan Engineering has found new ways to attract and retain the best faculty, establishing new named professorships and endowments to ...
News Story Breaking boundaries through interdisciplinary collaboration
The last ten years have seen success in connecting top faculty in other U-M schools with talented problem-solvers in engineering.
News Story Getting students real-world experiences
Over the past ten years, Michigan Engineering leaders have enabled the College to launch a variety of initiatives, with the goal of helping students build ...
News Story Pascal source code Mason endows scholarship in husband's memory
Millicent Noble Mason (BA '67, MA '68) of Holderness, New Hampshire, has endowed the Jeff Mason Scholarship Fund in memory of Jeff (BSE IOE '66, MBA '68), her ...
News Story Set in motion: How Munson's leadership propelled Michigan
A look at ten years with David C. Munson, Jr. as he prepares to step down as the Robert J. Vlasic Dean of Engineering on June 30.
News Story text/texmacs Leinweber gift to fund students in computer science
Scholarships are meant to build Michigan software pipeline of talent.
News Story chemical/x-pdb Porters' gift enables international experiences
Leanne (BSE ME '89) and John (BSE Aero ’90, MSE ’91) Porter of Wellesley, Massachusetts, have endowed with a $100,000 gift The Leanne and John Porter Fund for ...
News Story Toward universal cargo scans for nuclear weapon materials
Current methods produce high radiation doses, but a gentler scan has proven to be effective.