The College of Engineering and Computing offers you the chance to change the world

As an engineer or computer scientist you provide solutions to today's most pressing problems. You work on problems from health care to environmentally friendly designs on systems that affect all of us both locally and globally.  Your education takes place at a residential school with nearly all our students living on campus or in town. This means lots of involvement for you in  campus life. Extracurricular involvement is an important part of Miami’s concept of a well-rounded education, as is the liberal arts education core. These aspects complement the more specialized courses in our majors and give students the skills to do well in a rapidly-changing world.


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Dimitriy Garmatyuk receives IEEE award

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Dr. Garmatyuk recently received the 2014 IEEE C. Holmes MacDonald Outstanding Teaching Award.

This award “recognizes the central and crucial role of college professors in training and motivating future electrical and computer engineers.” It is given by the IEEE Educational Activities Board and Board of Governors of IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu.

IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) is the world’s largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.

Congratulations Dmitriy!


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When the world has a problem, engineers and computer scientists are the ones who step up to provide an answer. Their work is creating solutions. Become an engineer or computer scientist and your work will change the world!

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