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05/20/2021
CEC welcomes new academic advisor Nick Stanford
Nick Stanford, a former Miami Resident Director, is being welcomed into the College of Engineering and Computing as a new advisor this fall.
05/17/2021
MME Department wins University Assessment Award
Dr. Jahan Muhammad talks about the MME graduate program that earned them a University Assessment Award.
05/17/2021
McGuffey Montessori High school students visit CPB lab at Miami
McGuffey Montessori High school students visit CPB lab at Miami where they work with faculty.
05/05/2021
The Jacobs family: a generation of students in CEC
These talented four siblings are alumni of, or currently enrolled at, Miami University, all within the CEC department.
04/28/2021
Combined graduate and undergraduate CSE students win scholarships
The CSE department boasted over 15 winners of various scholarships and awards this past year. Many of those students are enrolled in the combined bachelor's and master's computer science program. Read below to learn more about three of these talented students in the CSE department!
04/22/2021
Dr. Doug Coffin wins three awards for contributions in paper industry
Dr. Douglas Coffin, professor in the Chemical, Paper and Biomedical Engineering department, recently won the 2021 William H. Aiken Prize for Research and Development, the TAPPI Journal Best Research Paper Award and the Paper Science & Engineering Foundation (PSEF) Miami Partnership Award.
04/16/2021
CEC receives grant from Ohio Department of Higher Education
the College of Engineering and Computing has received $588,000 to support the recruitment and continued education of students in the Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields in the areas of Robotics, Manufacturing, and Automation. 
04/16/2021
CSE student chosen for competitive Microsoft internship
Joshua McCoy, a junior computer science major with a minor in statistical methods, was chosen for the 2021 New Technologists internship program at Microsoft. The summer academy program took in thousands of applications, but only 100 students from across the United States were chosen to work at Microsoft.
04/09/2021
CPB senior wins National Science Foundation award for future graduate research
Lexie Adams, a senior chemical engineering major, plans to attend Stanford University to continue studying chemical engineering. Her decision to attend Stanford comes just after finding out she is a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program award winner.