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03/01/2019
14 Miami students attended the OCWiC conference to learn more about the computing industry
Recently, 14 Miami CEC students attended the Ohio Celebration of Women in Computing (OCWiC) Conference.
02/15/2019
Louise Morman was interviewed for the National Engineering Forum's newsletter
Louise Morman, the executive director of the Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute in CEC, was recently interview for an article in the National Engineering Forum newsletter.
02/08/2019
Professor in the CPB department was interviewed for his work in paper chemistry
Steven Keller, professor in the chemical, paper, and biomedical engineering department, was recently interviewed for an article published in the American Chemical Society’s (ACS) Chemical Education Division’s educational newsletter. In the article, he discussed his experience teaching about paper and how he became interested in chemistry.
02/01/2019
Justin Ye was recognized with the 2019 Junior Distinguished Scholar Award
Justin Ye, assistant professor in the department of mechanical and manufacturing engineering (MME), was won Miami University’s 2019 Junior Faculty Scholar Award
01/25/2019
AlChE and EWB worked together to win Chemical Engineering for Good Challenge
Miami University’s AlChE student chapter wins 1st place
01/18/2019
Kumar Singh is recognized for his excellence in education by Ohio Magazine
This year five of Miami’s faculty were recognized as part of the 2018 Excellence in Education Honorees.
01/04/2019
Engineers Without Borders has a member recognized by the national organization
Before our students left for break, one of our CEC students was recognized for her work with Miami’s chapter of Engineers without Borders (EWB).
12/06/2018
ECE student is recognized and is awarded two scholarships by IEEE and IEEE PES
Last month a ECE student was awarded two scholarships for his accomplishments as a member of IEEE HKN, the electrical engineering honor society here at Miami.
11/30/2018
Kode2Learn has their 5th annual Kode2Learn day for 3rd through 5th graders
While most students were preparing for Thanksgiving and returning, Kode2Learn was busy teaching children to code