05/03/2019
EWB is honored with four SEAL Awards
Recently Engineers Without Borders (EWB) were awarded four SEAL awards for their leadership and hard work over the last year.
04/26/2019
EWB receives a grant from the M.I.A.M.I Women's Giving Circle
Recently a CEC student won a M.I.A.M.I Women’s Giving Circle Grant for the Engineering Without Borders’ (EWB) Sustainable Engineering for Community Development in Rwanda project.
02/15/2019
Louise Morman was interviewed for the National Engineering Forum's newsletter
leadershipteam-louisemmorman.pngLouise Morman, the executive director of the Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute in CEC, was recently interview for an article in the National Engineering Forum newsletter.
01/25/2019
AlChE and EWB worked together to win Chemical Engineering for Good Challenge
Miami University’s AlChE student chapter wins 1st place
01/04/2019
Engineers Without Borders has a member recognized by the national organization
ewb-spotlight.jpgBefore our students left for break, one of our CEC students was recognized for her work with Miami’s chapter of Engineers without Borders (EWB).
11/30/2018
Kode2Learn has their 5th annual Kode2Learn day for 3rd through 5th graders
kode2learn-day.jpgWhile most students were preparing for Thanksgiving and returning, Kode2Learn was busy teaching children to code
11/29/2018
LSAMP is awarded with a portion of a $4.5 million grant for their push for diversity in STEM fields
lsamp.jpgThe 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.
10/26/2018
Engineers Without Borders receives an Education Award for their work in Uganda
ewb-education-award.jpgOn Tuesday, October 23th, Engineers Without Borders (EWB) was recognized with the Education Award for their dedication to collaborative projects between engineers and students.
09/28/2018
Attend Girls Who Code Saturday Sessions!
girls-who-code.jpgThis 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.