Student and Alumni Success
EMU Presidential Scholar also earns prestigious Gates Scholarship in pursuit of an aviation degree
EMU Honors freshman Anyah Johnson has managed to acquire 10 scholarships on top of her Gates and Presidential Scholarships to aid in funding her venture into the EMU Aviation Flight Technology program. To read more about Anyah and her goals, read the EMU Today story.
Alumni Spotlight: Alex Jolliet (MS19) honored on the Forbes 30 under 30 Europe — Sports & Games list
EMU's Oympic Cybersecurity Star, Alex Jolliet worked in information security for eight years before taking on the role of Cybersecurtiy Architect with the Internation Onlympic Committee in Lausanne, Switerzland. Now, Alex currently works as Principal Security Architect for the International Olympic Committee. To learn more about Alex and his rise to this achievement, read EMU Foundation: Stories of Impact.
EMU international student gives back and pays it forward by starting his own scholarship
International student Chinedu Terry-Daniel Ifemeje came to the US in 2016 from Lagos, Nigeria. After starting his academic journey at Washtenaw Community College, Ifemeje transferred to EMU studying Electrical and Computer Engineering. To learn more about the Ifemeje-Greenfield Scholarship, read the EMU Foundation: Stories of Impact.
EMU first-year student surprised with a $10,000 scholarship from Gen.G Foundation.
Mia Cusenza, a first-year student at Eastern Michigan University pursing a degree in cybersecurity, was recently surprised with a $10,000 scholarship from the Gen.G Foundation to help subsidize her tuition at Eastern Michigan University. Find out more by reading the EMU Today story.
Alumni Spotlight: Pam Jackson (MA80, MS00) makes her mark as a teacher, builder, board member
If there’s such a thing as a modern renaissance woman, you’d have a hard time finding a better example than Pam Jackson (MA80, MS00). Find out more by reading the EMU Today story.
EMU Honors College senior and three-time McNair Scholar earns "Outstanding Undergraduate Student of the Year" Scholarship from the Engineering Society of Detroit
David DeLisle, an Eastern Michigan University senior majoring in electrical engineering, has received the 2021 “Outstanding Undergraduate Student of the Year” scholarship from the Engineering Society of Detroit. Find out more by reading the EMU Today story.
Student David DeLisle honored for research in automating an electronic golf cart
Senior says he made excellent choice with EMU's program in Electrical and Computer Engineering, where he's enjoyed extensive interaction with students, faculty and staff. Find out more by reading the EMU Today news story and viewing David's presentation from the American Society of Electrical Engineers (ASEE) North Central Section (NCS) meeting held at The University of Toledo.
Lt. Rachel Moore, Wayne County Sheriff's Office
Lt. Rachel Moore, 2017 graduate of our Police Staff and Command Executive Leadership program, recently found and procured ground breaking technology for the Wayne County Sheriff's Office. As the sheriff's office coordinator of the New Jail Transition Team, LT. Moore researched and recommended the IVP system of mobile air defense units and the means to integrate their filters into existing HVAC systems. Find out more by reading The Detroit News article.