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ASME Graduate Teaching Fellowship Awarded to ME Ph.D. Candidate

PhD Candidate Rachel VitaliThe American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is a membership organization that thrives on collaboration, career enrichment, and skill development. Every year a select few are chosen for the ASME Graduate Teaching Fellowship which encourages outstanding graduate students to pursue a doctorate in mechanical engineering. For the 2018-2019 academic year, Ph.D.

ME Students Receive Awards at the 2018 Engineering Graduate Symposium

The Engineering Graduate Symposium (EGS) was held on October 26th. Poster sessions at EGS highlight the research achievements demonstrated by graduate students and focus on the communication of that work to a non-expert engineering audience.

The following ME students received awards for their research:

Emerging Research Basic Science Award

  • Michael Wadas

Michael Wadas

Five ME Students Receive 2018 NSF GRFP awards

Five ME graduate students received NSF GRFP (National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program) awards this year. The NSF GRFP's goal is to increase the nation's human capacity in science and engineering by providing fellowships to early-career graduate students to support the development of a diverse and globally engaged U.S. science and engineering workforce. The recipients are:

ME students receive 2018 ME Departmental Awards

The ME Department would like to recognize the following students who have received honors and awards for their accomplishments.

Alexander Azarkhin Fellowship
This scholarship is presented to a U-M ME Ph.D. student who has an interest in Applied Mechanics. Alexander Azarkhin, who came to the U.S. from Russia to earn a second Ph.D, gifted it. After the U-M ME Department provided him with some much-needed assistance by helping to fund his studies, Azarkhin later decided to pay-it-forward by establishing this award for graduate students in ME.