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11/04/2019
Women's Advisory Committee Member Spotlight: Lyndsey McMillon-Brown
McMillon-Brown completed her undergraduate degree at Miami, graduating in 2013 as a double major in manufacturing and mechanical engineering. After Miami, she attended Yale University and graduated in May of 2019 with a masters of science and a Ph.D in chemical engineering.
10/16/2019
Women in Computing Attend Grace Hopper Celebration
During the first week of October, 18 of our female students, accompanied by associate professor Dr. Karen Davis, attended the Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) of Women in Computing in Orlando, FL.
10/04/2019
Dr. J Andrew Jones, Ph.D is published in his research on production of psychoactive compound, psilocybin, for medical benefits
Dr. J. Andrew Jones, Ph.D, assistant professor in the Department of Chemical, Paper and Biomedical Engineering, has been published in the Metabolic Engineering journal for his latest work in the production of the psychoactive compound psilocybin through engineered bacteria.
10/02/2019
Paper Science & Engineering Foundation receives a donation for 1 million dollars
Recently the Paper Science & Engineering Foundation (PSEF) received a $1 million donation from the Packaging Corporation of America (PCA).
09/27/2019
RedHawk Racing placed 2nd in competition against 70 other schools
This past week the RedHawk Racing team brought 7 team members down to Louisville to compete against other local universities.
09/20/2019
Students win AlChE competition and are recognized on AlChE website
Back in January, the AlChE and EWB organizations in CEC worked together to take first place in the AIChE Chemical Engineering for Good Challenge.
09/13/2019
From Student Intern to Mill Manager
We always encourage our students to pursue outside the classroom experiences.
08/20/2019
CEC is raising money for SEEC
As you all know, the College of Engineering and Computing is participating in the campus wide fundraiser Move-In-Miami.
07/25/2019
Dr. Troy and graduate students work on a software to preserve languages
Ever since 2015 Dr. Doug Troy and his graduate students have been working on a system that would help store digital copies of linguistic material.