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Highlighting Dr. Miller and Dr. Fagg's Research Project: Progressive Locomotor Learning in Infants at Risk for Cerebral Palsy
Dr. David Miller and Dr. Andrew Fagg are working with researchers and children all over the country to develop a device called the Self-Initiated Prone Progression Crawler (SIPPC) that they hope will be a new treatment for cerebral palsy. The project (More)
Research in Ultra-High Thermal Conductivity
Dr. Jivtesh Garg and his graduate students are exploring a new class of ultra-hard boron-carbide materials s (More)
Using EEG to Understand Engineering Creativity
Tess Hartog, Md Tanvir Ahad, and Amin Alhashim are working together to explore the uses of electroencephalogram (EEG) to understand neuro-responses as they pertain to creativity in engineering. They are working under Dr. Zahed Siddique; Tess Hartog i (More)
AME Graduate Student Award Winners Announced!
This month, AME announced the graduate students who will be receiving scholarships and fellowships for their hard work during the 2019-2020 school year. Graduate students recognized include: Marathon Oil Scholarship: Adam Flenniken   (More)
Colton Ross Selected for the NSF GRF
Graduate Student Colton Ross was selected for the 2020 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program. Ross is a graduate student in the BBDL studying (More)
Funding Opportunities for Graduate Students
AME Graduate Students - The School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering graduate committee is currently soliciting applicants for three fellowships to be awarded in the coming weeks. The fellowship names, award requirements and award amounts ar (More)
Graduate Student Orientation
Graduate Student Orientation On Tuesday, August 19, 2014 the AME Graduate Student Community (GSC) held (More)
AME Student Spotlight
Lauren Reiners is a senior in Mechanical Engineering at AME. Lauren has exemplified herself as a dedicated engineering student throughout the course of her academic c (More)
GSC International Food Festival
The School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Graduate Student Community (GSC) hosted an International Food Festival on Friday, October 3, 2014. The event was open to AME (More)
AME Kudos
As the School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering continues to grow, the faculty and students keep things exciting with great accomplishments and honors. We want to recognize some of the recent accomplishments with AME kudos'. Dr. Rong Gan an (More)
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