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11/01/2018
Senior Software Engineering Major was able to attend WIT conference in Cincinnati
Shauna Weiss, a senior software engineering major, was able to attend and represent Miami University at the Women in Technology (WIT) Conference in Cincinnati this month.
10/30/2018
Redhawk Racing placed 5th in Midnight Mayhem Tournament
The team was able to place 5th out of 100 cars at the competition; however, that did not happen very easily.
10/26/2018
Engineers Without Borders receives an Education Award for their work in Uganda
On Tuesday, October 23th, Engineers Without Borders (EWB) was recognized with the Education Award for their dedication to collaborative projects between engineers and students.
10/25/2018
A CPB professor is recognized for joining the editorial staff of the TAPPI Journal
Doug Coffin, professor in CPB, has been a member of TAPPI since 1994, and has been recognized by the Journal many times for his work in the field of Paper Physics.
10/19/2018
Students travel to Washington, DC to attend GCSP meeting
On October 30th two senior CEC students will be traveling with Doug Troy, Director of the Socially Engaged Engineering and Computer Initiatives and Director of Graduate Programs, to the National Academy of Engineering’s Grand Challenge Scholars Program (NAE GCSP) annual meeting.
10/16/2018
Six students were able to attend Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing
Six CSE students attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing!
10/05/2018
Donald Ucci was awarded the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award
Donald Ucci, professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering, has been awarded the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
10/04/2018
Student Wins Scholarship from SEMA
A sophomore Computer Science major was awarded the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Memorial Scholarship this week for her academic achievement.
09/28/2018
Attend Girls Who Code Saturday Sessions!
This is a nationwide organization that provides a teaching environment to girls and boys in grades 6th to 12th to encourage them to pursue a future career in information technology.