03/15/2019
Paper engineering student is interviewed for Nip Impressions' article
A senior paper engineering student was interviewed and featured on Nip Impressions’ website.
03/08/2019
3 CEC faculty members were recently promoted or received tenure
Recently, three of CEC faculty were recognized for their scholarly work and instructional ability by receiving tenure and promotion applications!
03/08/2019
Students discuss the importance of women pursuing a career in STEM
As National Women’s Day approaches on March 8th, CEC wants to celebrate the women in our college that are helping pave the way for females in STEM.
03/01/2019
Students race and program self-driving robocars
amazon-robocars.jpgLast week, four teams of students competed in a Robocar competition to see who could program and race an electronic car through Amazon Web Services (AWS).
03/01/2019
14 Miami students attended the OCWiC conference to learn more about the computing industry
ocwic-conference.jpgRecently, 14 Miami CEC students attended the Ohio Celebration of Women in Computing (OCWiC) Conference.
02/15/2019
Louise Morman was interviewed for the National Engineering Forum's newsletter
leadershipteam-louisemmorman.pngLouise Morman, the executive director of the Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute in CEC, was recently interview for an article in the National Engineering Forum newsletter.
02/15/2019
Center for Assistive Technology hosts second annual research symposium
seec.pngThe Miami University Center for Assistive Technology (MUCAT) sponsored it second annual Research Symposium focused on Engineering Better Medicine last week.
02/08/2019
Professor in the CPB department was interviewed for his work in paper chemistry
keller.jpgSteven Keller, professor in the chemical, paper, and biomedical engineering department, was recently interviewed for an article published in the American Chemical Society’s (ACS) Chemical Education Division’s educational newsletter. In the article, he discussed his experience teaching about paper and how he became interested in chemistry.
02/08/2019
Andrew Paluch creates a Youtube Channel to teach viewers MATLAB
paluch-helping-student.jpgAndrew Paluch, an assistant professor in the chemical, paper, and biomedical engineering department, recently created a channel on Youtube that allows viewers to easily learn this programming language.