September 16, 2019

College of Engineering

  1. September 16, 2019

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the university.

  2. September 3, 2019

    Accolades — September 2019

    Awards and honors for U-M faculty and staff.

  3. September 3, 2019

    Landscape analysis: A look at construction projects across campus

    Like scores of students crossing the Diag, construction is a familiar friend across campus. Take a look at some of the major projects filling the various corners of U-M.

  4. September 3, 2019

    Passion projects: How schools and colleges plan to shape their year

    From planning new facilities to launching public engagement initiatives, U-M’s 19 schools and colleges have a wide variety of plans to further research, enhance learning and impact society.

  5. August 15, 2019

    Obituary — Jonathan Bulkley

    Jonathan Bulkley, Peter M. Wege Professor Emeritus of Sustainable Systems, died July 14 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, at age 81 from lung cancer.

  6. July 1, 2019

    Jenna Wiens named new Precision Health co-director

    Precision Health at U-M has announced that Jenna Wiens, assistant professor of computer science and engineering in the College of Engineering, will become a co-director effective Sept. 1.

  7. May 6, 2019

    Accolades — May 2019

    Awards and honors for U-M faculty and staff.

  8. April 23, 2019

    Two U-M professors awarded prestigious Carnegie Fellowships

    U-M professors Elizabeth Armstrong and J. Alex Halderman are recipients of the 2019 Andrew Carnegie Fellowship, a prestigious honor that supports research in the social sciences and humanities.

  9. April 15, 2019

    Assessing the role of flying cars in sustainable mobility

    A new study of the environmental sustainability impacts of flying cars finds they wouldn’t be suitable for a Jetsons-style short commute, but could play a niche role in sustainable mobility for longer trips.

  10. April 12, 2019

    Researchers zero in on best bets for hydrogen fuel cells

    A team of researchers from U-M are pushing the performance of hydrogen fuel cells — an electric-vehicle technology competing with lithium ion batteries — to new heights.