ADHD in engineering: Improving education for neurodiverse college STEM students
The researchers look to increase the diversity of the STEM workforce.
Caroline Crockett awarded Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship for research bridging two fields
Crockett’s dissertation will integrate two fields: image processing & machine learning and engineering education research
Building ethical engineering leaders: public welfare awareness in graduate education
A new NSF-funded project will result in a unique engineering graduate course on professional responsibility
2021 EECS Outstanding Achievement Awards
The EECS Department has honored five faculty for their sustained excellence in instruction and curricular development, distinguished participation in service activities, or for their significant achievements in scholarly research.
ECE students, faculty recognized with 2021 MLK Spirit Awards
The award celebrates those who have gone above and beyond to service and support social justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.
Prof. Cindy Finelli named IEEE Fellow for leadership and scholarship in engineering education
Prof. Finelli’s programs and scholarship have enriched the education of countless engineering students.
ECE Faculty and Staff Living the Values
Seven staff and two faculty are recognized for taking extra steps to advance the College of Engineering's vision, mission and values within Electrical and Computer Engineering.
$1.8M for ‘active learning’, a step toward broader change in higher education
Rare in engineering education research, the project involves a randomized control trial to determine if it’s effective.
New grad program: Engineering Education Research
New program turns a researcher’s eye on engineering education in the service of better teaching, learning and diversity at U-M and beyond.
Cindy Finelli: Community building and envisioning the future of engineering education research
Finelli takes on the future of educating engineers
Cindy Finelli invited to NAE Frontiers of Engineering Education Symposium
Prof. Finelli will discuss a more student-centered electrical engineering classroom through pre-class reading and in-class problem solving, integrating some elements of a “flipped” classroom.
Pioneering engineering education research
In the first approach of its kind, U-M is making big strides in the field of Engineering Education Research (EER).
Cynthia Finelli earns award at Frontiers in Education Conference for being an agent of change
Prof. Finelli's research is in engineering education, and she currently studies student resistance to active learning, faculty adoption of evidence-based teaching practices, and institutional change.