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04/29/2020
Women's Advisory Committee Spotlight: Katherine Bruce
Katherine Bruce graduated from Miami in 2017 with a degree in chemical engineering and a minor in management & leadership.
04/24/2020
Women's Advisory Committee Spotlight: Amanda Ryerse
Ryerse graduated from Miami in 2018 with a degree in electrical engineering and a minor in political science. Now in the D.C. area, she works for Booz Allen Hamilton, a government contractor and consulting firm, as a cyber threat analyst.
04/22/2020
Organization Spotlight: Kode2Learn
Each week, Monday through Thursday, teams of around four Kode2Learn members head to the schools around town to run their hour-long classes. The programs last eight weeks and are held in both the fall and spring.
04/17/2020
Aversa Prentosito receives Dotcom-Monitor Scholarship
Dotcom-Monitor's goal is to motivate and support female undergraduate students who are pursuing careers in the computing field by helping with the cost of higher education.
04/17/2020
ECE students make Arecibo Observatory their classroom
For three weeks, Dr. Qihou Zhou conducted a course titled "Undergraduate Hands-on Experience with Incoherent Scatter Radar" where students learned about the technical aspects of radar operation, characteristics of the different ionospheric regions, recognizing techniques and more.
04/10/2020
MME student receives President's Distinguished Service Award
Each year, the President’s Distinguished Service Award (PDSA) is given to a select group of students. These students are recognized for their outstanding service contributions to Miami, demonstrating leadership at its highest quality. Among the 20 students chosen to receive this year's PDSA award is senior mechanical engineering major, Inés Muñoz de Cote.
04/08/2020
Dr. Eric Bachmann to be new chair of CSE Department
When Dr. Jim Kiper steps down from his position as chair of the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering (CSE) this summer, a new professor, Dr. Eric Bachmann, has been chosen to fill the position.
04/03/2020
Lexie Adams receives 2020 Goldwater Scholarship
Lexie Adams, junior chemical engineering major, is one of only 396 students across the nation to receive this year’s Goldwater Scholarship, regarded as the most prestigious awards that an undergraduate STEM major can earn.
03/06/2020
Dr. Tawfiq Salem to present research at computer science conference
Recently, his first paper of 2020, titled "Learning a Dynamic Map of Visual Appearance" was accepted to this year's Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference (CVPR). CVPR is one of the top and most well-known conferences in the computer science field.