Final beam for Leinweber Computer Science and Information Building is signed, sealed, and deliveredA key milestone is met as the building takes shape.
CSE welcomes new faculty to campus for the 23/24 academic yearMeet the new arrivals.
Workers find enjoyment on north campus during breakWe all need a break now and then.
CSE announces 2023 faculty promotionsThe Division commends these individuals for their contributions to research, education, and the CSE community.
Prof. Trevor Mudge retires after 46 years in computer architectureHe worked in a wide variety of computer related topics, but his focus was on computer architecture – the design of computers. In particular, he helped to frame the discussion about and develop the technology for ultra-low-power computing.
EECS community comes together to commemorate JuneteenthThe department’s annual Juneteenth celebration featured remarks from community leaders and emphasized the importance of diversity in STEM.
Three CSE faculty named teaching professorsThese career teaching faculty are recognized for their expertise and excellence in advancing experiential learning at Michigan.
Andrew DeOrio named first Associate Chair for Undergraduate Affairs in CSEHis primary goals will be to improve the student experience and to better connect students to support and resources.
Prof. John P. Hayes retires after half a century in computer architectureAlways curious about technology, he has made significant contributions to test and fault tolerant computing, while also exploring the potential of novel architectures.
CSE announces updated National Advisory BoardNew and continuing board members have been tapped to advise CSE on current academic and societal issues related to computing.
Kids Have Fun, Learn at CSE’s Take Your Child to Work DayWith thirteen stations for kids to visit, there was plenty of learning and not a dull moment.
Drilling for geo-exchange system that will heat and cool Leinweber CSI Building near completeThe first to heat/cool a large-scale building at the university, the system is an important step in advancing toward U-M’s carbon neutrality goals.
Sarah Jabbour selected for CSE HACKS Spirit AwardThrough her contributions, Sarah embodies the values that are central to who CSE is as a community.
Five CSE graduate students recognized for improving diversity, equity, and inclusion at CSEThe award recognizes students who make significant contributions toward increasing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the division.
CSE graduate students celebrated at recognition receptionThe CSE HACKS Spirit Award and DEI Service Awards were presented at the event, in addition to recognizing the contributions of the graduate community as a whole.
Explore CS Research year-long effort concludes with poster sessionDesigned to engage students in research, this year’s program has included workshops, panel sessions, and – of course – research!
Andrew DeOrio voted 2023 HKN Professor of the Year in CSEDr. DeOrio has established a well-earned reputation for his excellence in teaching and advancing the practice of education, and this is the third time he’s been voted HKN Professor of the Year.
2022-23 Undergraduate Student AwardsThese students are recognized for their outstanding scholarship, research, service, leadership, and entrepreneurship.
Jane Im earns 2023 Meta Research PhD FellowshipPhD candidate Jane Im hopes to use the fellowship to advance research into how social media companies can better implement usable privacy controls.
CS Undergrad Meera Kumar selected for WISE Sister Mary Ambrosia Fitzgerald Mentoring AwardShe has been recognized as an exceptional mentor of STEM students.
Lauren Biernacki receives GSI Award from Rackham Graduate SchoolShe is recognized for her sustained excellence in teaching, course development, and mentoring.
Julie Tashjian receives College of Engineering Staff Excellence AwardShe has been a great asset to CSE as the Division has faced a changing environment.
Remembering Dragomir Radev, former colleague and faculty memberDuring his 17 years on the faculty at Michigan, Drago led research into NLP and touched many through his outreach and mentorship activities.
Who’d have guessed? The Friars are (pretty much) all EECS and engineering students!Everyone in the U-M a cappella group is enrolled in an engineering major or minor – and their timing is great.
Mahdi Cheraghchi receives Vulcans Education Excellence AwardHe is recognized for his work in course development, his engaging and inclusive instruction, and his compassion as an educator and mentor.
Sindhu Kutty receives Jon R. and Beverly S. Holt Award for Excellence in TeachingHer aim has been to combine the personal attention afforded to students at small liberal arts colleges with the resource-rich experience that a leading research university provides.
Five EECS faculty receive Ted Kennedy Family Faculty Team Excellence AwardThese faculty each contributed toward a successful center that developed specialized hardware “building blocks” for a range of applications.
CSE staff build and renew bonds at end of year outingThe event was a rare opportunity for CSE staff to gather in person to socialize.
2022 CSE Graduate Student Honors Competition highlights outstanding researchThe competition recognizes top research done by PhD students at CSE.
CSE Graduate Programs Office and CSEG host fall open house for studentsAttendees gathered in Tischmann Hall for donuts, cider, and a pumpkin decorating contest.
CSE celebrates Halloween with door decorating contest, trick-or-treating, and moreFaculty, staff, and students gathered for candy and cider in the Beyster Building third-floor alcove.
U-M celebrates Leinweber Computer Science and Information Building constructionHousing Computer Science and Engineering together with the School of Information will drive advances in information and computing through a convergence of disciplines.
DEI Committee hosts OUTdoors@CSE mixer for LGBTQ+ students and alliesThe event saw over 100 attendees learning about LGBTQ+ resources on campus, eating ice cream, chalking the Grove sidewalk, and painting flower pots.