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2012-2013 Annual Report highlights department’s progress

From achieving record student enrollment to attaining successes in educational and research innovation, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering celebrated significant achievements in 2012-2013 – all of which are included in this year’s annual report.

The report, available online, highlights our new educational concepts that are placing the department on the leading edge of the national dialogue in higher education.

This year’s report includes:

Research: From developing high-tech robots that can be used in place of humans in nuclear disaster zones to performing research into developing new materials with extraordinary thermal properties, the faculty, researchers and students at Ohio State ECE are making a great impact at the national and international levels.

Educational innovation: From experimenting with the concept of “flipped classrooms” to participating in exchange programs with two of China’s largest and most prestigious engineering universities, ECE is changing how our students learn.

Diversity: We are more diverse than ever before. In the fall of 2013, Ohio State ECE had the highest percentage of female faculty members in its history. We also are enrolling more female and underrepresented minority students than ever before.

The annual report also includes a message from ECE Chair Robert Lee, plenty of statistics, news about our faculty, students and alumni, and much more!

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