Academic Innovation

The Office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education has the goal of supporting academic innovation and the College’s mission to introduce new pedagogical methods & advanced tools for the delivery of preeminent engineering education.

Opportunities for Faculty

New technologies continue to emerge that have the potential to alter, if not completely revolutionize the modes in which we teach. Learn more about funding opportunities to support academic innovation.

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Opportunities for Faculty

Opportunities for Students

Find out more about experiential learning funding opportunities for First-Generation and Middle-Income undergraduate students.

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Opportunities for Students

College and University Resources

The James and Anne Duderstadt Center

The James and Anne Duderstadt Center provides faculty and students with the tools and collaborative space for creating the future. In partnership with the Duderstadt Center, Michigan Engineering has committed to providing world class facilities for instruction, experimentation and the development of tools and resources for courses.

The University of Michigan Center for Academic Innovation

The University of Michigan Center for Academic Innovation is charged with creating a culture of innovation in learning.