Attend the Lunch & Learn with TechArb and CEDER!

Are you interested in designing technology solutions to education challenges? Curious about how people learn, and how tech can be leveraged to support their learning? Join us for lunch and an interactive discussion where you’ll: Discover the core principles of learning theory and actionable practices based on these concepts. Learn a framework for technology use […]

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Participate in the VentureWell Kids Design Charrette 2019!

Hacking Health is a new program, comprised of a design charrette and a follow-up, cross-disciplinary product development course in Winter 2019. The aim of the VentureWell Kids Design Charrette 2019 is to bring together a diverse range of participants—students, faculty, children, and researchers across the design, health, business, and engineering community—to gain greater understanding of today’s challenges in […]

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Apply for the AIF Clinton Fellowship For Service In India

The American India Foundation (AIF) is pleased to accept applications for the 2019-20 William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service in India. PROGRAM SNAPSHOT: AIF’s Clinton Fellowship is an immersive volunteer service program training and placing young professionals to support development organizations in India. Through service and fieldwork, Fellows learn about inclusive leadership in the fields of […]

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C-SED Course + Field Immersion Experience 2019

Practice design. Immerse with real community stakeholders. Electronic waste recycling in Michigan. Resilience hubs in Ann Arbor. Community livelihoods in India. Nuclear power in Idaho. Transportation in Detroit. Water in rural Ecuador. Earn up to 6 credits this winter term as you prepare for a 6-8 week field experience in the spring/summer. In this experiential […]

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Apply for the Design for Global Health Academic Program!

The UM Global Health Design Initiative (GHDI) application for the Design for Global Health Academic Program is open! This program consists of a summer fieldwork experience in Ghana and Ethiopia to inform a novel design project to be completed during Fall 2019. Participants will gain extensive design experience and exposure to health care practices in low-resource settings. This opportunity […]

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PELE – Leadership Program Opportunity

PELE allows Michigan Engineers to enhance their professional and leadership skills in a semester-long program.  Founded in 2014 with generous support from Mary L. Petrovich (IOE ’85), this program offers sophomores, juniors, and seniors experiential learning through hands-on activities, opportunities to tap into corporate and industry networks, and a place to gain skills in leadership theories, […]

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ME Department Seminar – Coupling Insights into Emerging Markets with Engineering Science to Create High-Performance, Low-Cost, Global Technologies

Speaker: Amos Winter, Global Engineering and Research (GEAR) Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Abstract: The MIT Global Engineering and Research (GEAR) Lab characterizes the unique technical and socioeconomic constraints of emerging markets, then combines these insights with engineering science and product design to create high-performance, low-cost, globally-relevant technologies. This approach has catalyzed […]

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2019 Design of Medical Devices Conference – Submit Now!

The 8th Annual Student Design Showcase helps to promote and publicize excellence in medical device design by teams of undergraduate and graduate students conducted as part of their course work from around the world. Outstanding student designs will be selected for presentation on Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 during the 18th Annual Design of Medical Devices […]

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