Q1 2018

Marketing & Communications Impact

Quarterly highlights, impact and reach

Q1 2018 | 7/1/2017 – 9/30/2017
All metrics are accurate as of 9/30/2017

Leadership & Excellence

News Hits

  • Stanford
  • University of Michigan
  • Berkeley
  • MIT
  • GA Tech

Top Faculty Media Sources

Seth Guikema, IOE

Hurricane power outages

Max Shtein, MSE

Printed medicine could reinvent pharmacies

Edwin Olson, CSE

May Mobility startup

Top Influencers

Selected Impact Quotes

Fu’s hope is that synthetic embryology might eventually help engineers grow complete human organs. “I am not talking about a human body without a brain. But what is a true possibility is you could develop a mini-gut or a mini-liver, since the embryo develops them, too. And if you have the primitive organs, they could grow into a functional one.“
– Jianping Fu, associate professor of mechanical engineering in MIT Technology Review, 9/19/17

University of Michigan engineering professor Matthew Johnson-Roberson says recent deadly navy collisions underscore the need for technology to make the water safer. “It shows you that it is still a really critical thing to get right, that you can’t make mistakes. And what we want to do is create technology that makes it safer than what we’re doing right now, and as soon as it is safer and cheaper, I think you’re going to see that happening.“
– Matthew Johnson-Roberson, assistant professor of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, in an Associated Press video, 9/14/17

“Our (CYGNSS) simulations have shown that the forecast skill is improved. Now we need to demonstrate it for real.”
– Chris Ruf, professor of climate and space sciences and engineering, in Science Magazine story “Hurricane Harvey provides lab for US forecast experiments”, 8/28/17

More Top Research + College News


Top Research Videos


Serving the Common Good

Top Common Good Stories


Target Audience Impact


Global Impact

Developing Intellectually Curious and Socially Conscious Minds

Top Two Student Stories

Colin Powell Conversation

Colin Powell

Student Org: Mellor Lecture
Estimated Reach: 8M

Next Gen Computing

Solar Car Race Prep

Student Org: Solar Car
Estimated Reach: 1.7M

Student Engagement Metrics


Twitter Followers: 20,580

Growth: 5.31%

Instagram Followers: 8,314

Growth: 8.51%

Snapchat Score: 4,021

Growth: 2.66%

Application
Traffic

Number: 815

# of Students
Impacted

4,786

Facebook Followers: 66,373

Growth: -0.03%

Student Impact


Resource Generation & Alumni Engagement

$30M+

associated with C&M Efforts

Alumni Page
Traffic
4,978

Volunteer
Interest
4