The U-M College of Engineering Spring Commencement Ceremony took place on Saturday, April 30 at the Crisler Center—and needless to say, ISD was well-represented.
After introductory remarks from Dean of Engineering David C. Munson, Jr., ISD's own Ryan Moody—who "[made] the most of the breadth of opportunity at Michigan," according to Munson—addressed the crowd on behalf of the graduating students.
Design Science PhD candidate Alex Burnap is taking crowdsourcing to the next level. As part of an interdisciplinary team spanning mechanical engineering, statistics, psychology, and computer science. Alex is studying methods of crowdsourced evaluation for design processes ? and their limitations ? in order to better understand end-user preferences.
Integrative Systems + Design (ISD) is a division of the University based in the College of Engineering. ISD integrates the depth and breadth of intellectual resources of the College of Engineering and the University—art and design; business; literature, sciences and the arts; medicine; and public policy—into uncommon educational opportunities.
A star both on the basketball court and in the classroom, Integrative Systems + Design student Jordan Morgan used online courses to make the most of his time during his fifth year of eligibility at Michigan. He graduated in 2014 with a Master of Engineering in Manufacturing and a Big Ten Championship ring.
Panos Papalambros, Chair of the Division of Integrative Systems + Design (ISD) and the James B. Angell Distinguished University Professor of Engineering, delivered his Distinguished University Professorship Lecture, Design Science: A Weltanschauung, on February 12, 2014 at the Rackham Amphitheatre.
The Honorable Donald Winter, professor of engineering practice and former secretary of the navy, is the voice of experience as he shares lessons learned throughout his rich and diverse background in industry and the military in his Fall 2013 course, ISD 520 Introduction to Systems Engineering.
Professor Panos Papalambros shares the vision behind the development of the Integrative Systems + Design Division. He explains how the unique intersection of design and systems thinking will prepare engineering leaders of the future.
The University of Michigan College of Engineering has been a recognized leader in distance education since 1969 when we began offering credit courses to students around the world. Today, our expertise allows us to offer four interdisciplinary Master's degree programs that can be completed entirely online.