Dr. Lisa Lattuca, along with colleagues from the College of Engineering Dr. Shanna Daly, Dr. Joi-Lynn Mondisa, and postdoctoral researcher Dr. Erika Mosyjowski, will investigate how engineering curricula and instruction represent engineering practice and how these representations align with students’ values and interests to affect their sense of belonging and intentions to persist in the field.

Dr. Lisa Lattuca, along with colleagues from the College of Engineering Dr. Shanna Daly, Dr. Joi-Lynn Mondisa, and postdoctoral researcher Dr. Erika Mosyjowski, will investigate how engineering curricula and instruction represent engineering practice and how these representations align with students’ values and interests to affect their sense of belonging and intentions to persist in the

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Eglash awarded NSF grant to study how technology can empower artisan communities

Eglash awarded NSF grant to study how technology can empower artisan communities

UMSI student Matt Garvin sits in a chair holding a pen, facing Duane Smith, who is speaking and gesturing. The room they are in has lots of mannequins wearing dresses and other clothing.
School of Information graduate student Matthew Garvin in an interview with Daune Smith about her Detroit clothing studio, Visual Noise. Image courtesy of R. Eglash.

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While technologies like artificial intelligence are often developed by large corporations, emerging technology can also be

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U-M researchers examine the informal mentoring experiences of Black engineering students

U-M researchers recently published a paper examining the experiences of Black engineering undergraduates participating in informal mentoring programs within their disciplines. Among the authors were recently graduated undergraduates Anu Tuladhar and Carin Queener.

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ADHD in engineering: Improving education for neurodiverse college STEM students

ADHD in engineering: Improving education for neurodiverse college STEM students

 
The researchers look to increase the diversity of the STEM workforce.| Medium Read
 

A new study funded by the National Science Foundation aims to improve teaching practices in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education for college students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The

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Building ethical engineering leaders: public welfare awareness in graduate education

Building ethical engineering leaders: public welfare awareness in graduate education

A new NSF-funded project will result in a unique engineering graduate course on professional responsibility

Where does the power and responsibility lie when a company is developing technology that may be harmful to the public? A new project, funded by the National Science Foundation, aims

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2021 EECS Outstanding Achievement Awards

The EECS Department has honored five faculty for their sustained excellence in instruction and curricular development, distinguished participation in service activities, or for their significant achievements in scholarly research.

Five faculty have received an Outstanding Achievement Award from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.  The award recognizes individual faculty for special contributions made

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