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Your latest online and professional education news and updates from Nexus and the College of Engineering.

Empowered Problem Solving with Dr. Billi

Lean Healthcare instructor Dr. Jack Billi recently shared some of his experiences and insights about the transformative five-day course.

First Cybersecurity Graduating Classes Excel in the Industry

Several cohorts have now graduated from the Cybersecurity Professional Bootcamp presented by HackerU. Graduates are finding jobs in the fast-paced industry.

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Interim Executive Director Dr. Pat Hammett

Introducing Interim Executive Director Dr. Hammett

Team Nexus is pleased to announce the appointment of Interim Executive Director Dr. Patrick Hammett who took on the role on September 1.

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Steps Toward Improvement with Kevin DeHority

Lean Healthcare instructor Dr. Jack Billi recently shared some of his experiences and insights about the transformative five-day course.

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Empowered Problem Solving with Dr. Billi

Lean Healthcare instructor Dr. Jack Billi recently shared some of his experiences and insights about the transformative five-day course.

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Optimizing Your Product Development with John Drogosz

Lean thinking has positively impacted Nexus instructor John Drogosz’s life. He wants to teach others how to use the methodology to improve their product development processes.

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Nexus Team Recognized for Excellent Faculty Support

The U-M College of Engineering recently recognized Nexus team members for their excellent faculty support throughout the past year. The team ensured that faculty and students could teach and learn in an educational environment designed for their success throughout the pandemic.

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Pat Hammett, PhD Recognized For Teaching Excellence

Pat Hammett, PhD has received this year’s Jon R. and Beverly S. Holt Award for Excellence in Teaching. The award was announced by the College of Engineering on March 12, honoring Dr. Hammett for his extensive achievements as an instructor and educational leader.

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Brave New Road: The Role of Technology in Achieving Safe and Just Transport Systems

The Michigan Law Journal of Law and Mobility is hosting it’s 2021 Conference virtually in co-sponsorship with the University of South Carolina School of Law. Panel events streaming Tuesdays and Thursdays, Mar 23 – Apr 8, 2021.

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An Interview with Diana E. Páez

Diana E. Páez is a Senior Director of Grants & Partnerships at the William Davidson Institute (WDI). In this conversation, we discuss what led her to Nexus’ Foundations of Mobility online certificate and what she plans to do with her new knowledge.

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Protecting the Local Manufacturing Sector

University wins STEM grant to aid manufacturing cybersecurity.

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Continuous Improvement Leaders: Boeing’s Jason Casebolt, Pt. II

Jason Casebolt is a Production System Quality Leader for The Boeing Company. In Pt. II of our Q&A, we discuss his drive for professional education and why continuous improvement runs in the family.

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Continuous Improvement Leaders: Boeing’s Jason Casebolt, Pt. I

Jason Casebolt is a Production System Quality Leader for The Boeing Company. In Pt. II of our Q&A, we discuss his drive for professional education and why continuous improvement runs in the family.

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University of Michigan Engineering Remains Top 10 for Best Online Graduate Programs

In its 2021 rankings released this week, the U.S. News and World Report once again recognized the U-M College of Engineering among the nation’s top-10 Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs.

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$15M Continues U-M Partnership with Toyota Research Institute

Building on a successful five-year collaboration with U-M faculty, the Toyota Research Institute will renew its research partnership with U-M for an additional five years, with projects funded up to $3M per year.

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5 Benefits of Remote-Live Learning

How can you stay up-to-date and responsive to the changing global market? New knowledge and skills go a long way. For those who learn more effectively in a live class setting, here are five key benefits to consider.

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Mobility Matters: Equity and Socioeconomic Factors

Dr. Hampshire covers the social and behavioral implications of mobility, including the intersection between transportation and economic mobility, urban sprawl and segregation, and transportation equity.

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The Importance of Mobility Education: A Q&A with Jim Sayer, PhD

In this Q&A, Dr. Jim Sayer discusses the importance of mobility education and why Foundations of Mobility is the first program of its kind.

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Stories of Continuous Improvement: Grote Industries

Grote Industries has worked with Nexus for several years to train their employees through custom programs designed for their company.

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