Impact - Fall 2005
After 13 years at the helm of UDM’s College of Engineering & Science, a three-month summer sabbatical allowed Dean Leo E. Hanifin to step back from administrative duties to explore “trends and emerging developments in our country, in the organizations that hire our graduates, and throughout the world” with the intent of defining potential new directions and opportunities for the College.
More ambassadors join Engineering Road Show
A group of alumni, trained as presenters for the “Engineering Road Show,” are eager to share their experiences with high school students in an effort to increase their interest in engineering.
Alumni Profile: Steven Hamlin ’94, bets on new company
Including minority and women-owned businesses in the construction markets in which he works is a passion of Engineering alumnus Steven M. Hamlin ’94.
Exceptional programs offered for exceptional students
Three fast-track programs offer motivated students the opportunity to earn bachelor’s and advanced degrees at an accelerated pace.
Wireless capability, other upgrades benefit students, faculty
As technology advances, so does UDM. Recent enhancements provide high-speed wireless internet connectivity for all users throughout the Engineering and Science buildings.
Renewable energy project to save money, help educate
With higher heating bills forecast for winter and energy usage a growing concern, UDM is taking steps to be more energy efficient.
Faculty Profile: Katherine Snyder at home in UDM community
About UDM and her work Katherine Snyder says, “UDM plays an important role in trying to make great things happen for Detroit and its people. I enjoy the students, faculty, staff and administration with whom I work, and I enjoy the challenges that come from the job we are trying to do.”