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Evan Danielson named a 2022-23 Goldwater Scholar
Miami University juniors Evan Danielson and Zoe Platow have each received a Goldwater Scholarship for 2022-2023. They are among 417 students nationwide to receive the scholarship, the premier undergraduate award for students intending a research career in mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering.
Miami University student Nick Kaplan selected for NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Nick Kaplan, a Chemical and Biomedical Engineering student in Miami's College of Engineering and Computing, has recently received the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship to support his future graduate research.
Professor Jason Boock receives $200,000 grant from National Science Foundation
Professor Jason Boock recently received a $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for his project proposal titled, "ERI: Development of Non-native Sigma Factors for Metabolic Engineering."
CEC Faculty publish article in the Journal of Clinical Engineering
CEC faculty Shashi Lalvani and Lei Kerr have recently published an article in the Journal of Clinical Engineering about the creation of the Clinical Engineering minor for engineering students at Miami University.
2022 President's Distinguished Service Award
Geology undergrad recipient of 2022 President's Distinguished Service Award
Miami professor awarded Fulbright Scholar to study structural integrity of alloy metals
Miami University's Carter Hamilton received a Fulbright Scholar award to teach and research in Poland. He will study the material behavior of metals and their properties as they relate to welding techniques. 
Student Venture Capital Team makes it a Fourpeat at Global finals
For the fourth time, a VCIC team from the Farmer School has placed in the top 3 at Globals.
C.J. Walker named student speaker at FSB divisional ceremony
A business economics major will speak at the divisional recognition ceremony next month.
Ran Zhang receives NSF grant to study ways to improve wireless network connections
Ran Zhang, an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation for a project that will start on July 1.