Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan

Climate & Space Features

  •  Prof Thomas Zurbuchen Will Head Up NASA Science Mission Directorate
  •  Climate & Space Researchers Develop New Space Weather Prediction Model
  • Professor Rood Featured in Weather Channel Forecasting Discussion.

Alumni Spotlight: Aisha Bowe

Aisha Bowe

Alumna Aisha Bowe is the co-founder and CEO of STEMBoard, a technology solutions company that works to close the achievement gap by empowering historically underrepresented youth to help build transformational technologies.

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Upcoming Events

Students Gain Hands-On Experience in Space Engineering MEng Program.

Climate & Space Professor Nilton Renno, Director of the Master of Engineering Space Engineering Program, and industry leaders from Lockheed Martin and Battel Engineering talk about the advantages of the MEng program for students seeking a career in the space industry. MEng students are exposed to relevant coursework and curricula based on what is practiced in the industry, as well as critical training in space systems and managing the big picture. Program graduates emerge as qualified engineers possessing the skill set necessary to step confidently into a career.