Woven Wind: 3 Years (really only 3 weeks!) of... →
Big kudos to our BLUElab Woven Wind team on a successful third trip to Guatemala! wovenwind: Traveling to Guatemala for the third time led me to believe the idiom, “been there, done that.” Something about this trip being the third trip, held me tight to that belief. Well, as anyone could have told me, I was wrong. Each experience abroad is independent of all other experiences, which for…
Hail to the Baja Racing team!
After a tough, muddy race, the Michigan Baja team took third at the Baja SAE competition this weekend in Wisconsin. The team placed third in acceleration, second in cost and first in endurance, pretty much known as the hardest part of the whole deal. Congrats to our muddy #MichiganEngineers. Go Blue!
Tornado Camp 2013 →
Our #MichiganEngineers are out tornado hunting! umaoss: Follow four AOSS students as they study tornadoes in Texas this summer!
Whether it’s as small as one person or as large as a whole community, we...– UMengineering graduate Sita Syal’s words of wisdom at #UMCOE13
I got my commencement tickets and my cap and gown...
that-gaurav-kid: Read More Congrats! #UMCOE13
#UMCOE13 Graduation is just around the corner. What are these soon-to-be alumni planning to do? You know, just the usual… #changetheworld Are you part of the Michigan Engineering class of 2013? Share your photos and thoughts during the experience - whether it’s dinner with the folks or the second after you shift your tassel to the “graduate on” position - share what you...
AND…. Let the final exams begin! Good luck #MichiganEngineers!
Right, so we know you’re happy to be graduating, but…– …if you could bring yourself to do one last thing before you jet, the Engineering Career Resource Center could use your help. Oh, and there’s something in it for you… Help future students make decisions about the job market by telling them what your plans are. It takes just a few...
Putting a new spin on racecars
When you think of racecars, you don’t typically envision fuel efficiency. But that’s all about to change. U-M’s MHybrid team is combining the power of fast-paced cars with the innovations of hybrid technology with their new formula hybrid racecar. They’ll be unveiling the car Sunday (April 7) in the Dude Connector in anticipation of their race at the end of the month. Says...
Leadership on campus and beyond
Still looking for proof that our students are the “Leaders and Best”? Here you go - the Engineering Honor Society Tau Beta Pi is going to be hosting the regional conference for this national organization right here in Ann Arbor. More than 80 students from 24 educational institutions are flocking to campus this weekend for the conference, which aims to teach them valuable skills...
It’s hard to imagine that after all the work we put in, it comes down to...– - Karan Jain, Michigan Engineering undergrad and U-M Supermileage Body Team Lead After months of preparation and building, the U-M Supermileage team is headed off to Houston, Texas to compete in the Shell Eco-marathon Americas challenge. Competitors will complete 10 laps for a total of six...
ArtsEngine on the loose
If you’re walking through the Dude atrium on Friday, look up. There’ll be a highly unusual art installation: a three-piece sculpture to be suspended from the 40-foot-high ceiling. The sculpture is being created by visiting artist Marc-Anthony Polizzi and students in ArtsEngine’s Living Arts community. The Living Arts students - which includes some of our very own Michigan...
You've got ideas, and we've got $40,000... →
Yep, you heard us. $40,000 to create the most awesome MLK Day 2014 “happening” there ever was in the epic “Taking it Back” challenge. Only a few steps involved: Come up with an awesome idea (or many of them) Pitch it Now, make it happen! Ready, set… go! (Oh, and if you start tonight you can meet other brilliant people and figure out how this all works.)
Leaders and Best? You bet…– “Elizabeth spent two months in Ghana learning about sub-Saharan African health care and identifying the greatest challenges to maternal and infant health, and is currently working to design a low-cost fetal heart rate monitor with three other students for use in rural West Africa.” ...
This series allows students to openly talk about diversity, something that,...– - Civil Engineering student Susie Chung Students at Michigan Engineering are getting serious about diversity, and they’re getting the conversation started with a campus discussion series. The series (which includes free lunch for all attendees) starts tomorrow and runs for three Wednesdays...