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07/15/2020
Miami's software engineering program ranked by DesignRush
This week, DesignRush, a B2B marketplace that connects brands with agencies, released a list of non-ivy league, higher education institutions where companies can find talented software engineers to hire.
07/13/2020
Two professors receive 2020 Outstanding Faculty Research Award
Dr. Jason Berberich, Associate Professor in the CPB department, and Dr. Andrew Sommers, Associate Professor in the MME department, are the joint recipients of the award. The two have established collaborations with researchers both within and outside of Miami University.
07/08/2020
Incoming Dean receives Inclusive Culture and Equity Award
The Women in Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN) has awarded Miami's incoming CEC dean, Dr. Beena Sukumaran, with this year's WEPAN Inclusive Culture and Equity Award.
07/07/2020
Dr. Jessica Sparks awarded Teaching Excellence Award
Dr. Sparks teaches courses in mechanics as well as the introductory level chemical/bioengineering course. In the classroom, she exemplifies excellence through her creativity, passion, knowledge, and concern for students.
07/02/2020
Dr. Scott Campbell receives 2020 CEC Outstanding Service award
Dr. Campbell, Senior Director of Technology and instructor, was selected for his hard work and dedication to both CEC and the university as a whole. Over his past two decades at Miami, he has gone above and beyond in his position and his efforts to improve the IT department in CEC.
06/29/2020
CSE graduate publishes book
Do you want to know how to work from home in a productive, effective and innovative way? Larry English has a book for that.
06/25/2020
Women's Advisory Committee Spotlight: Amy Buck
Amy Buck graduated from Miami in 1989 with a degree in systems analysis, and is one of the newest members to join the CEC Women’s Advisory Committee (WAC).
06/23/2020
Dean Marek Dollár is recognized by University's Board of Trustees
His dedication to his role has assisted the university in achieving consistent top ten rankings from the U.S. News and World Report for its distinguished undergraduate teaching, as well as national rankings for CEC.
06/19/2020
MME students compete in Solar Decathlon
Each year, the U.S. Department of Energy holds a Solar Decathlon, challenging college students to design and create energy-efficient buildings powered by renewable energy. Through this, students gain unique training for the workforce and are simultaneously educated in multiple aspects of energy efficiency.