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Swagelok Series: Claire Dobbertin
claire-dobbertinClaire Dobbertin (2013) was the president of Tau Beta Pi, the Engineering Honor Society, and also the Society of Women Engineers during her time at Miami. She is just as active and involved after graduation, having been hired into the Leadership Development Program at Swagelok. The program consists of four, six-month rotations with varying types of work and projects.
Swagelok Series: Jordon Welle
jordon-welleJordon Welle, a 2012 graduate, double majored in mechanical and manufacturing engineering during his time at Miami. He started on the shop floor with the operators, and currently works in technical services with Swagelok’s distributors.
Senior Design Project: PAVER
paverA new application, the Policy And Validation Effectiveness Report (PAVER), was just developed and launched by CEC Capstone students, University Registrar, and IT Services. PAVER is for use by administrators across various departments at Miami to validate that their course schedules meet the guidelines set up by the University.
CEC Graduates in Careers at Swagelok
swagelok-logoSwagelok is a $1.8 billion company that services more than 70 countries around the globe. The company specializes in the design and development of high-end fluid system components, as well as fitting and valve components. Swagelok often participates in Miami University's Career Fair and recruits many CEC students for internships and career opportunities.
Miami University Center for Analytics and Data Science
miami-m-150px.jpgSeveral professors throughout various departments at Miami recently submitted a proposal entitled, "Miami University Center for Analytics and Data Science" to the Interdisciplinary and Innovation Fund.
Dr. Chiou Chen Receives 2015 Outstanding Educators Award
chen-awardCincy Magazine recently awarded Dr. Chiou Chen, professor emeritus of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Miami, with their 2015 Outstanding Educators honor. This award features exceptional professors that were nominated by students and colleagues.
Miami University Agile Initiative
miami-m-150px.jpgSeveral professors through various departments submitted a project proposal to the Interdisciplinary and Innovation Fund entitled the “Miami University Agile Initiative.” The project was selected to receive $40,000 in funding during its first year, and if it meets first-year outcome objectives, has the potential to receive an additional $80,000.
Engineers Week 2015
stc3The College of Engineering and Computing recently wrapped up Engineers Week 2015. The event was a huge success and continues to grow every year.
28th Annual High School Programming Contest
hspcMiami University's Computer Science and Software Engineering Department is presenting their 28th Annual High School Programming Contest (HSPC) on Saturday, April 11, 2015, at Miami University's Oxford campus. Each year almost 100 high school students participate in the contest.