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Education *Draft


Our goal

We will ensure that every Michigan Engineering student benefits from an educational experience that is among the finest in the world.

Academic innovations

We are assessing experiential and online learning, learning analytics and the instructional setting through a series of committees to evaluate:

  • Introducing new pedagogical methods & advanced tools for the delivery of preeminent engineering education
  • Exploring creative ways to empower our students with the critical skills & beyond-the-degree experiences required of the engineers who will invent our future
  • Pioneering new educational models for professional and continuing engineering education with global impact
Sample Undergraduate Student

Interests: Career in global corporation or NGO, leadership skills, design knowledge, cultural competency

Activity preferences: On-campus coursework, study abroad, professional associations

Sample Graduate Student

Interests: Field research, Recruiting underrepresented students to STEM

Activity preferences: Mentorship, outreach, research

Experiential Learning

The new Immersed initiative will help bring all experiential opportunities together, guiding students in practicing their purpose by making options more accessible and navigable.

Identity organization

Business-sponsored challenge

Mentoring

Skill/Creativity challenge

Alternative spring break

STEM outreach

Senior design project/Capstone

Internship/Co-op

Student government /board

Professional association

Lab & field research

Multidisciplinary collaboration

Study abroad

International project

Project-based team competition

Conference/ Workshop presentation

Extracurricular team

Socially-centered design work

Entrepreneurship

Volunteer opportunity

Access to Learning

In addition to traditional academic opportunities, educational innovation accelerator grants and the new College-wide online and professional education unit will help with instructional design and technological support for faculty, enabling them to create even more accessible pathways to a Michigan Engineering education.

On-campus education

Stackable credential

Honors program

Thesis defense

Graduate Certificate

Minor concentration or specialization

Professional education & lifelong learning

Augmented and virtual reality

Professional certification

Grant

Scholarship

Online education

Degree

Fellowship

Award

Flipped classroom

Dual/Joint degree

Credential

MOOC

Sample Undergraduate Student
Interests:

Career in global corporation or NGO, leadership skills, design knowledge, cultural competency

Activity preferences:

On-campus coursework, study abroad, professional associations

Experiential Learning

The new Immersed initiative will help bring all experiential opportunities together, guiding students in practicing their purpose by making options more accessible and navigable.

Identity organization

Business-sponsored challenge

Mentoring

Skill/Creativity challenge

Alternative spring break

STEM outreach

Senior design project/Capstone

Internship/Co-op

Student government /board

Professional association

Lab & field research

Multidisciplinary collaboration

Study abroad

International project

Project-based team competition

Conference/ Workshop presentation

Extracurricular team

Socially-centered design work

Entrepreneurship

Volunteer opportunity

Access to Learning

In addition to traditional academic opportunities, educational innovation accelerator grants and the new College-wide online and professional education unit will help with instructional design and technological support for faculty, enabling them to create even more accessible pathways to a Michigan Engineering education.

On-campus education

Stackable credential

Honors program

Thesis defense

Graduate Certificate

Minor concentration or specialization

Professional education & lifelong learning

Augmented and virtual reality

Professional certification

Grant

Scholarship

Online education

Degree

Fellowship

Award

Flipped classroom

Dual/Joint degree

Credential

MOOC

Sample Graduate Student
Interests:

Field research, Recruiting underrepresented students to STEM

Activity preferences:

Mentorship, outreach, research

Experiential Learning

The new Immersed initiative will help bring all experiential opportunities together, guiding students in practicing their purpose by making options more accessible and navigable.

Identity organization

Business-sponsored challenge

Mentoring

Skill/Creativity challenge

Alternative spring break

STEM outreach

Senior design project/Capstone

Internship/Co-op

Student government /board

Professional association

Lab & field research

Multidisciplinary collaboration

Study abroad

International project

Project-based team competition

Conference/ Workshop presentation

Extracurricular team

Socially-centered design work

Entrepreneurship

Volunteer opportunity

Access to Learning

In addition to traditional academic opportunities, educational innovation accelerator grants and the new College-wide online and professional education unit will help with instructional design and technological support for faculty, enabling them to create even more accessible pathways to a Michigan Engineering education.

On-campus education

Stackable credential

Honors program

Thesis defense

Graduate Certificate

Minor concentration or specialization

Professional education & lifelong learning

Augmented and virtual reality

Professional certification

Grant

Scholarship

Online education

Degree

Fellowship

Award

Flipped classroom

Dual/Joint degree

Credential

MOOC

Timeline

Fall 17: Launch education committees

2018: Committee recommendations, launch pilot programs

2019: Implementation

2020: Initial assessment

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