See how Michigan Engineering students are designing the future!
The Michigan Engineering Design Expo showcases the achievements of our students in engineering design and prototyping, and demonstrates applications of their studies that solve real-life problems. These opportunities enhance our undergraduate engineering experience and give students the edge they need to be successful professionals in today’s demanding marketplace.
We appreciate the faculty and generous sponsors who have made the Design Expo and student projects possible. Thank you for supporting our students!
Location: Duderstadt Center, Bob & Betty Beyster Building, Chrysler, EECS, and Pierpont Commons
MEUS provides a venue for our exceptional undergraduate students to showcase their projects from RISE (Research, Innovation, Service and Entrepreneurship) as well as their Design and Manufacturing X50 Courses. MEUS will be held in the G.G. Brown Galleria.
The Center for Socially Engaged Design (C-SED) will recognize design teams that demonstrate substantial attention to social, cultural, economic, and environmental contexts in their design process and presentation. In addition to the Socially Engaged Design Award recognition, top teams may win up to $250. All are invited to the C-SED Socially Engaged Design Awards Ceremony on Friday, December 7th in 3360 GG Brown.