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12/03/2020
Mechanical engineering students receive undergraduate research award
Senior mechanical engineering students Zhicheng Rong and Chang Liu recently received a research award for their work in collaboration with Dr. Yingbin Hu. The undergraduate research award comes from the Office of Research for Undergraduates (ORU) and is given to students on an application basis.
11/20/2020
Check-In: Paper science senior design project
Each year, graduating paper science students are required to participate in a senior design project. But before that, this year's group of 15 seniors has to practice first. 
11/18/2020
Two students receive Menditto Scholarship
The scholarship, endowed by alumni Jim and Jane Menditto, is given annually to undergraduate students in the MME department who have demonstrated high academic performance, as well as achievement outside the classroom.
11/13/2020
Fall 2021 Robotics Engineering
Interested in Robotics as a major? Earn a Bachelor of Science in Engineering beginning Fall 2021 in our newest major: Robotics!
11/13/2020
Alumni Spotlight: Justinn Eddie
Justinn Eddie graduated from Miami University in 2011 with a degree in both mechanical and manufacturing engineering. Now, Eddie works for the multi-billion dollar behemoth, Amazon.
11/06/2020
Gillian Holman receives IEEE scholarship
"[My goal is] really just finding a career where I can just grow and keep learning," she said. "I feel like it's a field that never stops evolving and never stops changing; so just something that I can continue learning along with."
11/04/2020
In Remembrance of Dr. Chris Peterson
Dr. Chris Peterson, chair and professor emeritus of Miami's Chemical, Paper and Biomedical Engineering department (CPB), has passed away at the age of 84. The cause and date of his passing is unknown to us at this time.
10/30/2020
Kode2Learn continues educating future computer scientists
While they aren't physically going to the schools this semester, the young students have no shortage of lesson plans, as Kode2Learn is rolling out an asynchronous, remote curriculum to keep everyone involved.
10/28/2020
Theta Tau prevails through pandemic
Theta Tau, the largest and oldest professional engineering fraternity, has three pillars: brotherhood, service and professional development.