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Members of the University of Mississippi chapter of Engineers Without Borders

E-Week helps students 'See the Engineer' within themselves

National Engineers Week, known on campus as "E-Week," was held in February. The annual series of daily campus activities is aimed at creating an awareness of engineering throughout the community and introducing the degree and profession to middle and high school students and to Ole Miss students who are undecided about a major. Read more...

Paul Dongieux

General engineering senior admitted early to medical school

Being accepted into medical school is quite an accomplishment for any student, but Jennie Katherine Ellis finds being admitted before she completes her general engineering degree at the University of Mississippi in May is especially satisfying. Read more...

Cornelius Hughes

Alumnus makes tough 'double E' degree pay off

Mark Harrison (BBA 81, BSEE 85) believes that being an electrical engineer is at the "top of the food chain when it comes to engineering." Read more...

Paul Dongieux

Robotics tournament draws future inventors

More than 20 robots and their student designers visited the University of Mississippi in March for the inaugural FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics Tournament hosted by the Center for Mathematics and Science Education. Read more...

UM nanomaterials research helping to improve national infrastructure

Imagine seeing metal-penetrating bullets stopped by a substance less than an inch thick but stronger than steel. Visualize a bomb explosion inside a building, but the blast is practically neutralized by flexible outer walls that contain the spread of debris. Read more...

Inaugural Members of Woods Society Invited to Reception

University of Mississippi School of Engineering alumni, faculty, staff and friends who have become inaugural members of a new initiative to increase donations to their alma mater are invited to attend a special reception in their honor April 18. Read more...

To contribute to engineering student activities, faculty support or alumni initiatives, please give online or call the Foundation at 1-800-340-9542.