Engineering and Computing Scholars

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Future innovators and leaders in the field of computing can prepare for their careers here. Students involved in these programs will broaden their perspectives and gain real-world experience. Scholars in this program will:

  • Have the opportunity to conduct research with top faculty on National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenge projects that prepare them for the rigors of graduate school or the professional world. 
  • Enroll in Engineering and Computing Scholars seminars that help to sharpen the skills that employers value.
  • Engage in travel abroad experiences and work with partners on special projects that provide global perspective.
  • Interview with members of the Miami University Center for Assistive Technology (MU CAT). This center is comprised of PhD faculty working to improve the lives of people through investigative research in a wide variety of engineering and computing fields.
  • Participate in a guaranteed interview for the Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute, a prestigious cohort for future engineering and computing leaders
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To be considered for the Engineering and Computing Scholars Program, you must first apply to Miami University via the Common Application and indicate interest in applying to the University Academic Scholars Program. You will then receive information regarding the UASP application process. For more information, visit the honors programs application process webpage.

For more information, contact Brian Kirkmeyer.