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Alumna Beth McBride traveled to India this summer to host a science and engineering summer camp for secondary students with the U-M Society of Women Engineers. “We were happy to give students an opportunity to learn about science and engineering in a new way,” McBride says. Read more: http://aoss.engin.umich.edu/pages/spotlight

Alumna Beth McBride traveled to India this summer to host a science and engineering summer camp for secondary students with the U-M Society of Women Engineers. “We were happy to give students an opportunity to learn about science and engineering in a new way,” McBride says. Read more: http://aoss.engin.umich.edu/pages/spotlight

Jessica Parker (B.S.): Meteorologist for Weather Underground in San Francisco. "The programs in the department were well rounded and allowed students to study both the science and engineering sides of Earth Sciences with world renowned faculty,” she says.

Jessica Parker (B.S.): Meteorologist for Weather Underground in San Francisco. "The programs in the department were well rounded and allowed students to study both the science and engineering sides of Earth Sciences with world renowned faculty,” she says.

Gavin Chensue says, "I think I have the most exciting job in the world." He is an officer in the NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps, which operates research vessels and acts as a liaison between physical research and station laboratories.

Gavin Chensue says, "I think I have the most exciting job in the world." He is an officer in the NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps, which operates research vessels and acts as a liaison between physical research and station laboratories.

MEng Alumnae Emily Potter is a systems engineer at Spider9 and an entrepreneur of Yo Mama Packed It, a healthy meal service for students on the go.

MEng Alumnae Emily Potter is a systems engineer at Spider9 and an entrepreneur of Yo Mama Packed It, a healthy meal service for students on the go.

AOSS: Alum (PhD) Martin Mlynczak earned the NASA Distinguished Service Medal, the highest honor bestowed by NASA | Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences at the University of Michigan, College of Engineering

AOSS: Alum (PhD) Martin Mlynczak earned the NASA Distinguished Service Medal, the highest honor bestowed by NASA | Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences at the University of Michigan, College of Engineering

Leo Donner (B.S. in Atmospheric Science) is a lecturer at Princeton University and a Physical Scientist for the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory at Princeton.

Leo Donner (B.S. in Atmospheric Science) is a lecturer at Princeton University and a Physical Scientist for the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory at Princeton.

Congratulations to Dr. Shannon Curry (PhD ’13) who earned an Outstanding Student Presentation Award (OSPA) from the American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) Meeting of the Americas.

Congratulations to Dr. Shannon Curry (PhD ’13) who earned an Outstanding Student Presentation Award (OSPA) from the American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) Meeting of the Americas.

Dennis W. Weatherby, Ph.D (December 4, 1959 – September 15, 2007) was an inventor, scientist, university administrator, and proponent of minority college students' success.     Dr. Weatherby had a patent on "lemon scented Cascade" while working at Procter & Gamble. As the founding director of Auburn University's Minority Engineering Program, he made Auburn one of the top universities for graduating African Americans in the field of engineering

Dennis W. Weatherby, Ph.D (December 4, 1959 – September 15, 2007) was an inventor, scientist, university administrator, and proponent of minority college students' success. Dr. Weatherby had a patent on "lemon scented Cascade" while working at Procter & Gamble. As the founding director of Auburn University's Minority Engineering Program, he made Auburn one of the top universities for graduating African Americans in the field of engineering

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