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// Electrical & Computer Engineering
May 30, 2016
Tags: circuits, ECE, In the Media, Jack Ma
// Mechanical Engineering
May 27, 2016
Tags: alumni, Bruce Tobis, fellowship, gift, graduate student, ME
Tags: alumni, Brian Rauch, EMA, gift, ME
Tags: ECE, Jack Ma, Kellett Mid-Career Award, Ma
// Biomedical Engineering
Tags: BME, students, Wisconsin Idea, Wisconsin Idea Fellowships
Tags: ECE, Faculty, Jack Ma, research, wearable electronics
// Electrical & Computer Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering
May 26, 2016
Tags: CEE, ECE, fuel efficiency, graduate student, Johnson Controls, Marc Anderson, research, Thomas Jahns
// Civil & Environmental Engineering
Tags: CEE, CIRTL, Educational Innovation, MOOC, research, STEM teaching, Trina McMahon
// Chemical & Biological Engineering
May 25, 2016
Tags: bioimaging, biosensing, chemical and biological engineering, computer simulations, Focus on new faculty, Reid Van Lehn, synthetic nanoparticles
// Industrial & Systems Engineering
May 24, 2016
Tags: industrial and systems engineering, INFORMS, Laura Albert McLay