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Ghassan Kridli

Dean
College of Engineering and Computer Science

The College of Engineering and Computer Science is a major talent source for organizations in Michigan and beyond. Almost 1,000 graduates enter the market every year, equipped with UM-Dearborn degrees. More importantly, our students graduate with debt loads among the lowest in the state. Alumni and donors like you make this possible.

As the proud dean of CECS, I want to share a few highlights of the last academic year with you:

  • The college continued to embrace project-based learning in educating its students.
  • Our students experienced a robust and safe return to campus.
  • We returned to an in-person Senior Design Day in the Engineering Laboratory Building.
  • Our research funding from corporate and national agencies increased.

Through your support, we can look forward to another year of growth at CECS. This includes a new Engineering Learning Center (ELC) for CECS students. The ELC will equip students for a timely graduation and, in turn, increase the college’s completion rates.

We’re also excited to launch the CECS Innovation Hub. The hub will connect the campus and its resources with the local innovation community for research and invention collaboration, creating real-world student opportunities in innovation, research, and entrepreneurship. By expanding industry-sponsored senior design projects and revamping a contemporary cooperative education program, we’re continuing to grow community connections that benefit our students.

Please make your gift today, so we can keep innovating for our students and graduating the talent our state and our world need.

Sincerely,

Ghassan-Kridli

Ghassan Kridli
Dean, College of Engineering and Computer Science

P.S. Donor support for CECS fuels student success through scholarships, state-of-the-art labs, new programs, senior design projects, and so much more.

As the proud dean of CECS, I want to share a few highlights of the last academic year with you:

  • The college continued to embrace project-based learning in educating its students.
  • Our students experienced a robust and safe return to campus.
  • We returned to an in-person Senior Design Day in the Engineering Laboratory Building.
  • Our research funding from corporate and national agencies increased.

Through your support, we can look forward to another year of growth at CECS. This includes a new Engineering Learning Center (ELC) for CECS students. The ELC will equip students for a timely graduation and, in turn, increase the college’s completion rates.

We’re also excited to launch the CECS Innovation Hub. The hub will connect the campus and its resources with the local innovation community for research and invention collaboration, creating real-world student opportunities in innovation, research, and entrepreneurship. By expanding industry-sponsored senior design projects and revamping a contemporary cooperative education program, we’re continuing to grow community connections that benefit our students.

Please make your gift today, so we can keep innovating for our students and graduating the talent our state and our world need.

Sincerely,

Ghassan-Kridli

Ghassan Kridli
Dean, College of Engineering and Computer Science

P.S. Donor support for CECS fuels student success through scholarships, state-of-the-art labs, new programs, senior design projects, and so much more.

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