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University of Michigan-Dearborn students Adam Woitulewicz and Jordan Necovski turned their free time into a portfolio-enhancing—and lucrative—experience.

The software engineering students recently earned the top two spots in a national game development contest sponsored by Domino's Pizza and EPrize/HelloWorld. The challenge? Develop a game in HTML5 featuring Domino's Pizza.

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Go with the Flow
High school students visited the College of Engineering and Computer Science on July 16 as part of the Michigan Introduction to Technology and Engineering (MITE) program for a hands-on workshop dedicated to autonomous vehicles. Read more at the link below.
Robotics Team Sets Speed Record at International Competition
UM-Dearborn's Team OHM 2.0 placed second in the AutoNav Challenge at the 22nd Annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition, held June 6-9 in Rochester, Michigan. The team also set the speed record in the preliminary phase of the race and finished with the fastest run. Read more at the link below. To see the run, visit
The Future of Engineering on Campus
Representatives from UM-Dearborn's engineering student chapters and clubs visited the Big M Manufacturing Convergence on June 10 to scope out new technologies. They met with the CECS dean and alumni later that day to share what they learned from the Big M exhibitors. Read more at the link below.
Junge Family Endowed Engineering Scholarship
Graduates of the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy (JRLA), interested in studying engineering, will be eligible to receive a full scholarship to the University of Michigan-Dearborn because of the generosity of a UM-Dearborn alumnus. The Junge Family Endowed Engineering Scholarship, funded by UM-Dearborn alumnus John Junge, will cover the costs for two JRLA students to study engineering at the university. The first scholarship recipient will enroll at UM-Dearborn in fall 2015, with a second in fall 2016. Read more at the link below.
New Robotics Program Launched
Students interested in the growing field of robotics will have a new academic option this fall. University of Michigan-Dearborn will offer a Bachelor of Science Engineering degree in robotics engineering in response to demand for qualified graduates. The program will be one of five undergraduate robotics engineering programs in the nation. Read more at the link below. For more information, visit, call 313-593-5510 or email