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2015 Leaders and Honors Awards


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Using virtual reality to train future engineers


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Research Highlights

Make It Earthquake-Proof

Associate Professor Jason McCormick is in a new MConnex video about earthquake engineering.

The video explains that modern structures are designed to absorb damages without collapsing, but...

Making Local, Global in Finland

Creating a Roadmap for Finnish Clean Tech

Professor Peter Adriaens is used to thinking outside the box. About nine years ago, after a long career specializing in biodegradation and...

Improving Our Understanding of Lake Surface Evaporation

Understanding the Great Lakes system is crucial for the millions of stakeholders that are impacted by the country’s supply of fresh surface water.

But the lakes have been full of...

Drugs in the Water

Professor Nancy Love is featured in a new video from MConneX titled, “Bad Medicine? Drugs in the water.”

Love explains in the video that our bodies don't absorb all the...

News

3/26/2015

IHS Engineering 360 recently published an article titled, “Smart Sensors Hit the Road,” which features the research of Professor Jerry...

3/25/2015

On Wednesday, April 15, Professor Bruce Logan of Pennsylvania State University will deliver the AEESP Distinguished Lecture. The lecture starts at...

3/24/2015

Picture the University of Michigan one hundred years ago. The local livery had just become a taxicab company. North campus did not exist yet. The...

3/23/2015

Associate Professor Aline Cotel has been selected to receive this year's Willie Hobbs Moore Award for Mentoring.

The Willie Hobbs...

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Events

March 26, 2015
Dan Zechmeister, Elisabeth Wong, Paul Koch
Location:

2315 GG Brown

March 27, 2015
Robert Billington
Location:

GGB 2315

April 1, 2015
Kim Nace, Abraham Noe-Hays
Location:

Room 1670 Beyster Building

April 8, 2015
Charles Haas
Location:

Room 1670 Beyster Building (North Campus)

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