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    Research Excellence Fund Awards Announced

    by Vice President for Research Office The Vice President for Research Office announces the Fall 2020 REF awards. Thanks to the individual REF reviewers and the REF review panelists, as well as the deans and department chairs, for their time spent on this important internal research award process. Research Seed Grants: Sajjad Bigham, Mechanical Engineering-Engineering…


    Minerick Appointed Interim Dean of Pavlis Honors College

    Jacqueline Huntoon, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs, announced that Adrienne Minerick, dean of the College of Computing, has agreed to serve as the interim dean of the Pavlis Honors College beginning February 1, 2021. Minerick will be the successor to Lorelle Meadows, who will retire at the end of January. Dennis Livesay,…


    Q&A with Bhakta Rath Winners Sanaz Habibi and Adrienne Minerick

    A collaborative innovation in microfluidics reveals graduate excellence and outstanding mentorship as well as the secrets of viruses. Michigan Tech’s Bhakta Rath Research Award honors exceptional work and collaboration between a doctoral student and their advisor. This year, chemical engineering takes the spotlight as Sanaz Habibi and Adrienne Minerick share the honor. Habibi, who graduated…


    What Lies Ahead: Cooperative, Data-Driven Automated Driving

    Associate Professor Kuilin Zhang, Civil and Environmental Engineering and affiliated associate professor, Computer Science, was featured in a recent article on Michigan Tech News. The article appears below. Link to the original article here. By Kelley Christensen, September 28, 2020. Networked data-driven vehicles can adapt to road hazards at longer range, increasing safety and preventing…


    MTU’s Adrienne Minerick Elected to Lead Engineering Educators

    by Allison Mills, University Marketing and Communications Adrienne Minerick, dean of the College of Computing, is president-elect of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). She will serve as president-elect from June 2020 to June 2021, a year that will surely be shaped by COVID-19 response efforts and their impacts on education, engineering industries and…