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09/23/2015
Miami Meets India 2015
Miami Meets India, a collaborative event with the College of Engineering and Computing, Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute, and Global Initiatives, was held on Monday, September 21 in the MacMillan Hall Great Room.
09/23/2015
Drones, video games and road trip weather trackers
Projects inspired by students in Digital System Design course led to a summer of research
09/22/2015
Miami strengthens ties with Suncorp Group in Australia
Three corporate recruiters travel 9,000 miles to be at fall Career Fair
09/21/2015
Two CEC Professors Receive Excellence in Career Development Award
Dr. Donald Ucci (ECE) and Dr. Tim Cameron (MME) recently received the Excellence in Career Development Award from Career Services. This award ‘recognizes faculty who actively support the development of the Miami University career community.’
09/21/2015
2015 Provost Academic Achievement Award Winners
Two CEC students received the 2015 Provost’s Student Academic Achievement Award for their ‘outstanding record of academic excellence.’
09/10/2015
Welcome Dr. Mark Scott!
Dr. Mark Scott has always known what he wanted to do in life: as a child, he would take things apart just to figure out how they work, and as a freshman in college, he already knew he wanted to become a professor.
09/02/2015
MME Study Abroad in London
MME students traveled to London this summer and had the opportunity to work on real-world projects while completing their senior design requirement.
09/02/2015
18 of the Last 9 Honoree Lyndsey McMillon to Visit Campus in October
"18 Of the Last 9" aims to recognize 18 outstanding young alumni who have graduated in the last nine years, bring them back to campus, and connect them with students, staff, and faculty. If you know a Miamian who has started a business, been recognized in their field, or made a significant impact on a movement, then please consider nominating them for "18 Of the Last 9."
08/28/2015
Changing Virtual Reality
Virtual reality isn’t just for videogames anymore. It can be used in the educational field, healthcare sector, and even for military use. Dr. Eric Bachmann (CSE) is working to create more realistic virtual environments that can be applied to these fields—one slope at a time.