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04/24/2020
Women's Advisory Committee Spotlight: Amanda Ryerse
Ryerse graduated from Miami in 2018 with a degree in electrical engineering and a minor in political science. Now in the D.C. area, she works for Booz Allen Hamilton, a government contractor and consulting firm, as a cyber threat analyst.
04/17/2020
Aversa Prentosito receives Dotcom-Monitor Scholarship
Dotcom-Monitor’s goal is to motivate and support female undergraduate students who are pursuing careers in the computing field by helping with the cost of higher education.
04/10/2020
MME student receives President's Distinguished Service Award
Each year, the President’s Distinguished Service Award (PDSA) is given to a select group of students. These students are recognized for their outstanding service contributions to Miami, demonstrating leadership at its highest quality. Among the 20 students chosen to receive this year’s PDSA award is senior mechanical engineering major, Inés Muñoz de Cote.
04/03/2020
Lexie Adams receives 2020 Goldwater Scholarship
Lexie Adams, junior chemical engineering major, is one of only 396 students across the nation to receive this year’s Goldwater Scholarship, regarded as the most prestigious awards that an undergraduate STEM major can earn.
02/13/2020
Dr. Yingbin Hu is granted patent
The patent, titled Nano/micro scale porous structured alloys using selective alloying process based on elemental powders, took approximately four years to complete. He began the process while he was earning his master’s degree at The University of Texas System.
02/12/2020
Miami CPB Graduate Spotlight
In 2013, David Mead graduated from Miami University with a degree in chemical engineering and a concentration in paper science, unaware of the amazing opportunities that lie ahead.
11/22/2019
An evening with Engineers Without Borders (EWB)
On Saturday, Nov. 16, Engineers Without Borders (EWB) hosted their annual gala in Armstrong’s Fritz Pavilion, where they showcased their hard work to family, friends and Miami faculty.
11/21/2019
MME student attends ASME Collegiate Council
Brown, a junior mechanical engineering major, was one of only 22 students accepted into the Petroleum Division of the council. These are both undergraduate as well as graduate students who have expressed interest in the oil and gas industry as a potential career path.
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.