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Helping students set a course
  1. Helping students set a course

    A professor and his wife set up a scholarship based on their experiences with getting to know their students

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  2. Q&A: Plastic to metal, steel to aluminum—the future of welding and lightweight vehicles

    New techniques for welding very different materials could enable better cars.

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  3. Senior hires stand out in an impressive year for faculty hiring

    The cohort of 36 new tenured and tenure-track faculty includes 11 faculty hired at the rank of professor or associate professor.

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  4. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts July 11-15

    Highlights include Forbes and ABC News.

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  5. $1M for open-source first-responder robots

    An open-source perception and movement system, to be developed with NSF funding, could enable robots that partner with humans in fires and disaster areas.

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  6. New NAME chair aims to spark growth, convey the breadth of the discipline to new students

    “NAME grads are responsible for building offshore structures, doing undersea pipelines, cabling, harbors. There’s just a huge breadth of influence.”

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  7. In the news: Michigan Engineering experts June 7-11

    Highlights include Newsweek and The Conversation.

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  8. Shipping is tough on the climate and hard to clean up – these innovations can help cut emissions

    In The Conversation, NAME Chair Jing Sun explains some of the fuels and technology that could improve shipping sustainability in the future.

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  9. Tracking ocean microplastics from space

    Satellites give new insights on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, plus sources and flows of ocean microplastic.

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  10. Caution and connection in in-person classes during COVID-19

    Faculty members and students share their perspectives.

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