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// Civil & Environmental Engineering
May 14, 2016
Tags: civil and environmental engineering, faculty research, Wisconsin Idea
// Mechanical Engineering
May 12, 2016
Tags: alumni, commencement, mechanical engineering, Milton Griswold, veteran, WWI
// College of Engineering
May 11, 2016
Tags: active learning, education, Educational Innovation, engineering education, Grainger Institute, technology, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery
// Industrial & Systems Engineering
Tags: ISyE, National Library of Medicine, Patricia Flatley Brennan
// Chemical & Biological Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Biomedical Engineering
Tags: American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, biomedical engineering, chemical and biological engineering, Electrical and computer engineering, Faculty
Tags: civil and environmental engineering, education, STEM teaching, UW-Madison Teaching Academy
May 10, 2016
Tags: CEE, Greg Harrington, In the Media
// Electrical & Computer Engineering, Engineering Physics
Tags: Craig Schuff, ECE, EP, graduate student, posthumous PhD
// Engineering Physics
Tags: Adam Creuziger, alumni, EP, PECASE