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11/29/2018
LSAMP is awarded with a portion of a $4.5 million grant for their push for diversity in STEM fields
The Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (LSAMP) at Miami was honored recently and was awarded a portion of $4.5 million dollar grant to aid in their goal to help prepare minority students in STEM fields to have a successful future.
11/19/2018
Three students are recognized with a CE Power scholarship
Recently three electrical engineering majors were recognized with the CE Power Scholarship for their interest in pursuing a career in the power engineering field.
11/16/2018
SEEC Scholar-in-Residence David Muñoz speaks about living a sustainable life
CEC was excited to welcome David Muñoz to speak about seeking a sustainable life as the Scholar In Residence for the Socially Engaged Engineering and Computing Colloquium.
11/09/2018
Senior mechanical engineering major won the Best Presentation Award at the Dayton Engineering Science Symposium (DESS)
Chong Liu, won the Best Presentation Award at the Dayton Engineering Science Symposium (DESS) for his research on Micro Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM).
11/09/2018
How CEC 101 impacts students over their four years at Miami
When students first arrive on campus for the first time, the transition to college life can be very intimidating.
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.