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2022

EMU engineering students attend the Society of Women Engineering Conference to meet industry leaders

Engineering students Kara Bishop and Haylee Haik and director of K-12 STEM outreach and Digital Divas program director Bia Hamed traveled to Houston, Texas, for the “WE22" — the world’s largest conference for women in engineering and technology, hosted by The Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Find out more by reading the EMU Today article.


EMU has highest percentage of African American students in engineering and technology programs among Michigan universities

Recent data published by the American Society For Engineering Education (ASEE) revealed Eastern Michigan University’s GameAbove College of Engineering and Technology is leading the way among Michigan universities with the highest percentage of African American students in its engineering and technology programs. Find out more by reading the EMU Today story.


EMU engineering programs jump more than 40 spots in latest U.S. News and World Report rankings; now among top 100 in the U.S.

Since the launch of four new engineering programs and a $40 million investment in the expansion of Eastern Michigan University’s GameAbove College of Engineering and Technology, the College landed the 87th spot out of 230 universities among undergraduate engineering programs nationwide by U.S. News and World Report. This marks a rise from last year’s ranking of 129, which was the first time the digital media company ranked the program. Find out more by reading the EMU Today story. 


EMU’s Coatings Research Institute awarded U.S. patent to improve metal finishing industry

The Eastern Michigan University faculty-student research team at Coatings Research Institute in the GameAbove College of Engineering and Technology has been awarded a U.S. patent for the invention of “Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Polymeric compositions, related articles, and methods.” This is their third patent for Organic-Inorganic Hybrid materials. Find out more by reading the EMU Today story.


GameAbove Funds a New Park and Outdoor Event Space at Eastern Michigan University

The Eastern Michigan University alumni group, GameAbove, donates $610,000 to the GameAbove College of Engineering and Technology for a new upscale 38,000 sq. ft. park on the University's campus. Land construction began in the spring of 2021 and is scheduled for completion for the fall semester and start of the 2022 academic year. Find out more by reading the EMU Today story. 

 


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