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10/25/2018
A CPB professor is recognized for joining the editorial staff of the TAPPI Journal
doug-coffin-recognition.jpgDoug Coffin, professor in CPB, has been a member of TAPPI since 1994, and has been recognized by the Journal many times for his work in the field of Paper Physics.
09/11/2018
Miami University ranks in the top 30 for colleges with the best undergraduate engineering program
us-news-report-logo.jpgOver the years Miami University has been recognized for its strong academic standing, and this year is no different.
08/15/2018
Students learn more about Vantiv (now Worldpay) during job shadow
vantiv.jpg Miami students attended a job shadow day at Vantiv (now Worldpay) headquarters near Cincinnati on Friday, August 10.
08/14/2018
Travel to India during J-term
india-abroad.jpgAre you interested in learning more about how engineering is conducted in different countries, while taking classes for your major? Consider signing up for the Engineering in Dynamic India study abroad program.
07/30/2018
Steven Fleischauer is researching biofuels for African countries
steven-biofuels.jpgSenior Miami Student is conducting research on the burning properties of biomass briquettes, a block of combined combustible material used as fuel.
07/17/2018
Students study thermodynamics in Europe
hyrdoplant-studyabroad.jpgEngineering students traveled to Europe to learn and explore new countries while learning engineering principles
07/16/2018
Andrew Paluch is recognized as an Emerging Investigator
emerging-leaders-magazine.jpgAndrew Paluch, assistant professor in the chemical, paper, and biomedical engineering department, was recognized as an “Emerging Investigator” by the Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data.
07/11/2018
Chemical engineering students test for arsenic levels in water
arsenic-research.jpgUndergraduate research is being conducted over the levels of arsenic found in water by two Miami students
07/06/2018
Students research clay bricks for cook stove applications
girls-with-bricks.jpgTwo Miami engineering students study different properties of clay bricks to see what would create the most combustion.