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01/05/2016
Winter in Hawaii
hawaii-intro-1While the snow is just beginning to fall in Oxford, several Miami engineering students are kicking off their 2016 on the beaches of Hawaii.
01/05/2016
Serving in Mexico
mexico-introService, learning, and school credit: what more could you ask for out of a winter term experience? MME and CPB students will travel to Monterrey, Mexico, next week to serve the children of Back2Back Orphanage.
01/05/2016
Exploring Central Europe
exploring-europeCEC's Steve Keller, associate professor of chemical, paper, and biomedical engineering will lead this amazing study abroad experience in Graz, Austria, and a tour throughout central Europe, in January 2016.
01/05/2016
Studying at the Arecibo Observatory
intro-puerto-ricoElectrical and computer engineering students participating in the Puerto Rico study abroad will complete part of their program at the Arecibo Observatory.
01/05/2016
Interning Abroad: Adventure in Ankleshwar, India
intern-indiaThere are a lot of unknowns about junior Emma Brodman’s upcoming internship in India, but one thing is for certain: she can’t wait to get there.
12/11/2015
Ryan Ley Only Undergraudate to Present at OSC Conference
osc-undergsaduateLast week, Ryan Ley (CPB) traveled to the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) in Columbus to give an oral and poster presentation about his research, "Investigating the phase behavior of Lidocaine in 1-n-butyl-3-methylimidazolium based ionic liquids."
12/01/2015
Polymer Research as Used in Knee and Hip Implants
polymer-khanDr. Fazeel Khan (MME) discusses his research interest: using polymers in the design of artificial knee and hip joints. Watch the video here!
12/01/2015
Students Receive American Institute of Chemical Engineers Awards
aicheTwo CEC students received American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) awards at a national conference in November. Both students are members of the Miami chapter of AIChE, advised by Dr. Andrew Paluch.
11/30/2015
Coding Day at CEC
coding-dayTalawanda students were able to visit the College of Engineering and Computing last week to learn about coding in a fun, interactive environment.