Faculty Spotlight: Jesse Austin-Breneman

Engineers as People: Understanding the human elements of decision making on a design team. C-SED consultant and Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor, Jesse Austin-Breneman, conducts research focused on the decision making process of complex system design. He hopes to use his findings to help project teams improve their technical outcome. The time Jesse Austin-Breneman spent in […]

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Workshops for International Program Leads

The Global Michigan team is offering 4 workshops for students, staff, and faculty who will be leading groups of students abroad. Prospective program leaders from all across the 3 U-M campuses are welcome to attend whichever workshop/s meets their interests. For the workshops this year, staff experts and former faculty program leaders will share their […]

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CSCAR Consulting Available for Stats, Computing, & Analytics

Consulting for Statistics, Computing and Analytics Research (CSCAR) provides consulting services and training opportunities in statistics, data science, and advanced research computation to researchers in all fields, regardless of skill level. We invite all members of the campus community interested in making more effective use of computational and data analytic techniques, or in developing their […]

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Socially Engaged Design Showcase 1/25/18, 5-8PM

BLUElab and M-HEAL are partnering with C-SED to host our very first Socially Engaged Design Showcase on Thursday, January 25, 5-8pm in GGBrown (on north campus). This is an awesome opportunity for you to meet and collaborate with BLUElab and M-HEAL teams practicing socially engaged design and network with other technical and methodological experts in socially engaged design.  There will […]

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University of Minnesota Innovation Fellows Program – Applications Open & Rolling

Applications Now Being Accepted! 2017-2018 Innovation Fellows Program Apply early! Openings are limited. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and qualified candidates invited for on-site interviews. Be an Innovator! The University of Minnesota is recruiting dynamic and creative individuals to join our cross-disciplinary team for 10½ months of medical device innovation. Applicants must […]

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SURE Program Seeking Faculty Mentors – 12/8

Dear Colleagues: The College of Engineering is seeking faculty who would like to mentor rising juniors and rising seniors during summer 2018 to submit research projects for SURE, the Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering Program.  The SURE Program is open to all College of Engineering and LS&A Computer Science majors who have attained a cumulative GPA […]

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Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Info Session – Nov 7

Do you have an interest in the health field? Are you interested in service to the community? Join us for an information session for the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship program. Please see the attached flyer.   Tuesday, November 7, 2017 School of Social Work B780 1-2pm Schweitzer Fellows are graduate students in health care, social work, law, education […]

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North Campus Sustainability Hour: Societal Safety in Changing World – 9/18

North Campus Sustainability HourMonday, Sept 18, 2017  Modeling and Analysis to Foster Societal Safety and Sustainability in a Changing WorldProf. Seth Guikema, IOE and Civil Eng Depts.  Noon – 1:00pm Johnson Rooms, Lurie Engineering Center (3rd Floor) The University of Michigan, North CampusThis presentation provides an overview of Prof. Guikema’s research. His research focus is […]

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Deep Dive: Using Design Ethnography to Define URES – 9/29, 1-3PM

Design Ethnography tools like interviews and observations are useful beyond the needs assessment phase.  Ongoing interaction and observations with stakeholders throughout the design process is critical to co-design.  Discover and practice applying tools to elicit information from users that can be used to define user requirements and specifications. This event will be a learn & apply […]

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