Our faculty members are such an important part of the Integrative Systems + Design (ISD) family, so I am excited to share some wonderful news …
As K-12 and higher education schools across the country prepare to reopen, there have been recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local and state governments.
In recognition of her impact on the Integrative Systems + Design (ISD) community, ISD is proud to announce Alisyn Malek (BS ‘08, ESE ‘12) as the 2020 ISD Alumni Award winner. Alisyn was chosen as this year’s award winner because of her combination of leadership, technical aptitude and business acumen, as well as her artistic flair.
Jiacheng Liu, an alumna from the Manufacturing Master’s program, won the 2019 ISD Outstanding Capstone Award. The award is presented annually to the capstone design project that demonstrated outstanding impact, excellent contributions to practice, exemplary deployment of classroom material in an industrial application, excellent quality of the project work, and great potential value-added benefits for the sponsor.
John Meluso, PhD received the Distinguished Leadership Award for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, for his strong leadership and communication abilities in the Design Science program.
The Dow Sustainability Fellows Program works with interdisciplinary groups of students from different UM colleges and backgrounds– from public policy to environmental engineering– on sustainability challenges.
The College of Engineering honored ESE graduate Shuhaib Nawawi for his excellent research in sustainable energy as well as his leadership and service to the community.
The Dow Sustainability Fellows Program works with interdisciplinary groups of students from different colleges and backgrounds, on sustainability issues with an outside stakeholder.
University of Michigan’s MLK Symposium to honor and commemorate the life and legacy of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Six faculty members have been recognized for outstanding contributions to undergraduate education as 2019’s Arthur F. Thurnau Professors.