Michael Bernitsas, NAME and ME professor, and his research assistant discuss the flow of the current through the Vortex Induced Vibrations for Aquatic Clean Energy (VIVACE) device. Read more »


    Margaret Wooldridge, ME and AERO professor, discusses the nuances of a single cylinder optically accessible gasoline direct injection (GDI) engine with graduate students. Read more »

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    Jennifer Bukowski, CLaSP grad student, studies weather maps that show 300 mb winds over the continental US; she draws four quadrant jet streaks to help predict future patterns. Read more »

Michigan Engineers Make a Difference

The world is facing some big challenges, ranging from public health to health care, climate change to transportation and security. We need bold ideas and breakthrough solutions. Michigan Engineering graduates are prepared to be leaders. They are intellectually curious and socially conscious. They are ready to tackle society’s “wicked problems” while simultaneously serving  the common good.

Educational Programs. The University of Michigan is the only institution with highly rated engineering, law, business, performing arts and medical schools. Michigan Engineering offers an impressive range of education programs and options, including:

  • Top ten ranked graduate and undergraduate programs in nearly every engineering field
  • 14 departments/divisions and 60+ fields of study
  • Flexible, interdisciplinary degree programs for students who choose to customize their course of study
  • Combined bachelor’s/master’s programs that enable students to earn both degrees in just five years
  • Unique global study, travel, and work opportunities

For more College of Engineering facts and figures, please visit www.engin.umich.edu/college/about/facts .

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