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The Lockheed Martin Institute celebrates 10 years in developing future leaders
The Lockheed Martin Institute at Miami University is celebrating ten years of developing future leaders in the industries of engineering and computing.
Outreach program introduces younger students to STEM possibilities
The College of Engineering and Computing's Assistant Director of Outreach Joanna Hohn teaches younger students about problem-solving skills and helps them explore various STEM concepts.
Organization members work to encourage more women to pursue engineering and computing careers
Members of Miami University's Society of Women Engineers celebrate career achievements during a first-annual event.
Socially Engaged Engineering and Computing works to create new course for Humanitarian Engineering minors
Socially Engaged Engineering and Computing (SEEC) is working to create a new course that will serve a component of the Humanitarian Engineering minor and is open to all students.
Faculty in the College of Engineering and Computing receive tenure and/or promotion
Seven faculty members in the College of Engineering and Computing received promotion and tenure, effective July 2022.
Miami University's Cybersecurity Club quickly gains popularity
The Cybersecurity Club is a recently formed club that focuses on teaching students about the basics of cybersecurity and hosts speakers to talk about potential jobs in the industry.
Three graduate students represent Miami's CEC as finalists in Three-Minute Thesis Competition
Graduate students Lucas Friedburg, Madeline McKinney, and Philip O’Dell represent the CEC in Miami's 9th annual Three-Minute Thesis Competition.
National Engineers Week spotlights #whatengineersdo at Miami
It's National Engineers Week (Feb. 20-26), and at Miami University there is much to learn about what it is that biomedical, chemical, computer, electrical, mechanical, manufacturing, robotic, and software engineers do.
Bryan Van Scoy part of a research team receiving an outstanding paper award
Bryan Van Scoy, an assistant professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Miami University, alongside five other professors, recently received the 2021 IEEE Control Systems Magazine Outstanding Paper Award.